Chapter#4 - Integration management - test#1
Test#1 Coverage - Pages 69 to 81 of PMBOK Version 6

Project integration management comprises of all the processes that binds the different components of the project as a single whole. It is easy to remember these processes through the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle. The processes under project integration management are;

1) Develop project charter (Plan)
2) Develop project management plan (Plan)
3) Direct and manage project work (Do)
4) Manage project knowledge (Do)
5) Monitor and control project work (Check, Act))
6) Perform integrated change control (Act)
7) Close project or phase (Act)

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1) Which of the following is not a process under the knowledge area 'Project integration management) *
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2) The project manager is the one who combines the results in all the other Knowledge Areas and has the overall view of the project. The project manager is ultimately responsible for the project as a whole. True / False? *
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3) Project Charter document formally authorizes the existence of a project and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities. True / False? *
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4) Which of the following are the benefits of the project chartering process? *
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5) Project charter is prepared by the sponsor of the project or his representative during project initiation. Which of the following is not an input for develop project charter process? *
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6) This technique bring together stakeholders and subject matter experts to learn about the perceived project risk, success criteria, and other topics in a more conversational way than a one-on-one interview. *
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7) This technique is used to identify a list of ideas in a short period of time. It is conducted in a group environment and is led by a facilitator. Comprises two parts: idea generation and analysis. It can be used to gather data and solutions or ideas from stakeholders, subject matter experts, and team members when developing the project charter. *
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8) The project charter is the document issued by the project initiator or sponsor that formally authorizes the existence of a project and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities. It documents the high-level information on the project and on the product, service, or result the project is intended to satisfy, such as: Project purpose, Measurable project objectives and related success criteria, High-level requirements, High-level project description, boundaries, and key deliverables, Overall project risk, Summary milestone schedule, Pre-approved financial resources, Key stakeholder list, Project approval requirements (i.e., what constitutes project success, who decides the project is successful, and who signs off on the project), Project exit criteria (i.e., what are the conditions to be met in order to close or to cancel the project or phase), Assigned project manager, responsibility, and authority level; and Name and authority of the sponsor or other person(s) authorizing the project charter.At a high level, the project charter ensures a common understanding by the stakeholders of the key deliverables, milestones, and the roles and responsibilities of everyone involved in the project. In your project, all of a sudden new sponsor took over the project. Should we update the project charter? *
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9) High level strategic and operational assumptions and constraints are normally identified in the business case before the project is initiated and will flow into the project charter. Lower-level activity and task assumptions are generated throughout the project such as defining technical specifications, estimates, the schedule, risks, etc. The ------------------- is used to record all assumptions and constraints throughout the project life cycle. *
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10) Project charter gives authority to the project manager. True / False? *
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11) Project charter is prepared during which phase of the project? *
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12) The project manager may assist the project sponsor to create the project charter, but the approval of the project charter must always come from the sponsor or from the designated stakeholders by the management (management representative) True / False? *
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