A project manager is working with a seller on a project that is time-sensitive due to government regulations requiring the project to be completed by a certain date. She learns one of the sellers has bribed a subcontractor to work on this project instead of fulfilling previous commitments to other projects. What should she do?
She should report the offense to management and the project managers of the affected projects.
She should resign from the project so as to remove herself from this type of activity, but keep her discovery to herself rather than cause problems.
She should report this to other subcontractors.
She should not do anything because this is the vendor's problem. The project manager herself didn't do anything wrong.
The project deadline is the end of the year. The project consists of two activities. Activity A has a duration of two months and activity B has a duration of three months. Activities A and B can be performed concurrently. The start date for the project is set for the beginning of July. What is the maximum duration of the project?
Which process groups must be included in every project?
Initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing
Planning, executing, and monitoring and controlling
Planning, executing, and closing
Initiating, planning, and executing
Performance reporting is important during administrative closure in order to:
Show progress made on activities.
Gain approval to start the lessons learned.
Communicate the team's success.
Prove formal acceptance has been achieved.
If the team is creating more efficient processes and eliminating waste on the project, they are involved in:
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