Question;Q1. ____ involves;allocating ownership of the risk to another party.;Q2. A project manager can chart the probability;and impact of risks on a ____.;Q3. Many people cite;research that says in a face-to-face interaction, ____ percent of communication;is through body language.;Q4. ___ involves building individual and group;skills to enhance project performance.;Q5. The ____ ultimately;decides if quality is acceptable.;Q6. Those who are ____ have;a higher tolerance for risk, and their satisfaction increases when more payoff;is at stake.;Q7. Since information;technology projects often require a lot of coordination, it is a good idea to;have ____ meetings.;Q8. Psychologist David;Merril describes ____ as reactive and people-oriented.;Q9. _____ involve;estimating individual work items or activities and summing them to get a;project total.;Q10 - ___ involves shifting;the consequence of a risk and responsibility for its management to a third;party.;Q11. _____ involves;eliminating a specific threat, usually by eliminating its causes.;Q12. The main outputs of ____ are a quality;management plan, quality metrics, quality checklists, a process improvement;plan, and project document updates.;Q13. ____ includes the processes required to;ensure that a project team completes a project within an approved budget.;Q14. ____ describe where;the project stands at a specific point in time.;Q15. _______ are often more effective;particularly for sensitive information.;Q16. The ____ is an;estimate of what it will cost to complete the project based on performance to;date.;Q17. People who believe in;assume that the average worker wants to be directed and prefers to avoid;responsibility.;Q18. KLCI Research Group?s;2001 survey revealed that the most frequently cited benefit from software risk;management practices is to ____.;Q19. The communications;management plan can be part of the team ____.;Q20. Utility rises at a;decreasing rate for a ____ person.;Q21. With a(n);contract, the buyer pays the supplier for allowable performance costs plus a;fixed fee payment usually based on a percentage of estimated costs.;Q22. Many practitioners;define project success as ____.;Q23. ____, with assistance;from financial experts in their organizations, should create estimates of the;costs and benefits of the project for its entire life cycle.;Q24. ____ helps integrate;traditionally separate organizational functions, set process improvement goals;and priorities, provide guidance for quality processes, and provide a point of;reference for appraising current processes.;Q25. A(n) ____ might;provide an estimate of $50 per line of code for a software development project;based on the programming language the project is using, the level of expertise;of the programmers, the size and complexity of the data involved, and so on.;Q26. In any normal;distribution, ____ percent of the population is within three standard;deviations of the mean.;Q27. People with a high;need for ____ desire harmonious relationships with other people and need to;feel accepted by others.;Q28. The Standish Group?s;CHAOS studies reported an average cost overrun for unsuccessful IT projects;ranged from 180 percent in 1994 to ____ percent in 2004.;Q29. Since organizations;depend on reliable information technology, there are also huge costs associated;with ____.;Q30. ____ are/is a;qualitative risk analysis tool, and in addition to identifying risks, it;maintains an awareness of risks throughout the life of a project.;Q31. In the MBTI, the;dimension relates to the manner in which you gather information.;Q32. According to the;guidelines provided by Practical Communications, Inc., a(n) ____ is the only;method that is ?excellent? for encouraging creative thinking.;Q33. A(n) ____ is a;document used to solicit proposals from prospective suppliers.;Q34. A certainty factor of;1.960 is used for ____ percent desired certainty.;Q35. Juran?s final step to;quality improvement is ____.;processes of the company;Q36. According to the;guideline governing ____, many meetings are most effective with the minimum;number of participants possible.;Q37. KLCI Research Group?s;2001 survey revealed that ____ percent of the participants said they had;procedures in place to identify and assess risk.;Q38. A(n) ____ is a;diagramming analysis technique used to help select the best course of action in;situations in which future outcomes are uncertain.;Q39. Variances are;calculated by subtracting the actual cost or planned value from ____.;Q40. Research indicates;that project managers favor using ____ for conflict resolution over the other;four modes.;Q41. ?Organizations can;gain access to specific skills and technologies when they are required by using;outside resources.? refers to the ____ benefit of outsourcing.;Q42. As the number of;people involved in a project ___, the complexity of communications ____.;Q43. Some items discussed;in a(n) ____ include reflections on whether project goals were met, whether the;project was successful or not, the causes of variances on the project, the;reasoning behind corrective actions chosen, the use of different project;management tools and techniques, and personal words of wisdom based on team;members? experiences.;Q44. ____ involves getting;the needed personnel assigned to and working on the project;Q45. ___ issues cause the;most conflicts over the project life cycle.;Q46. One of ____ ten steps;states that an organization should build awareness of the need and opportunity;for improvement.;Q47. ___ involves;developing an approximation or estimate of the costs of the resources needed to;complete a project.;Q48. In the Tuckman model;occurs when the emphasis is on reaching the team goals, rather than;working on team process.;Q49. ___ describe what the;project team has accomplished during a certain period.;Q50. With a(n);contract, the buyer pays the supplier for allowable performance costs along;with a predetermined fee and an incentive bonus.
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