After contract sign-off, a project manager learns that the vendor has a reputation of not delivering according to the contract. To ensure the vendor’s compliance, what should the project manager do?
Perform period inspections of the vendor’s work and progress.
Cancel the current contract and select another vendor.
Insist on a firm fixed price (FFP) contract with the vendor
Conduct a make-or-buy analysis to verify vendor reliability.
A project manager retains technicians from other departments for a new project. However, the technicians complain that their existing workloads are seriously affecting the new project's progress. The project manager has the right to arrange for the technicians to make completion of the new project a priority. What type of organizational structure does this describe?
Six weeks after the addition of new project resources, the project team completes the work. However, the project sponsor refuses to pay for the additional resources. What should the project manager have done before adding resources?
Reviewed the contract requirements
Processed a change request
Reviewed the communications management plan
Updated the contingency reserve
A stakeholder identifies an issue with which the project manager disagrees. Both agree that this requires escalation. Where would the project manager find the information required to escalate the issue?
Organizational process assets
Communications management plan
Stakeholder engagement plan
Prior to project closure, a few stakeholders ask questions and express some concerns about the protect results. What should the project manager do to address the stakeholders questions and concerns?
Inform the project sponsor
Meet with the stakeholders
Document them in the issue log
Refer the stakeholders to the quality management plan
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