A project sponsor comes to the project team with an urgent change. This change was part of the original plan, and the project team is afraid of negative impact. What should the project manager do?
Analyze the impact and then implement the change.
Update the change request process.
Ask the sponsor to maintain the original plan.
Submit a change request.
A project manager is briefing the sponsor on project progress. During the briefing, the sponsor requests that the project timeline is compressed by 45 days, and says that the request for compression came from another executive stakeholder. What should the project manager have done to manage stakeholder impact on the project?
Evaluated stakeholder using a direction-of-influence analysis to determine stakeholder’s overall impact.
Engagement directly with stakeholders and promoted project artifacts in public spaces to gauge stakeholder impact.
Compared current and desired engagement levels by developing a stakeholder engagement assessment matrix.
Applied mind-mapping techniques to organize information about stakeholders and their relationship to each other and the organization.
A project manager begins the estimating process for a new project. Since the project manager knows that a similar project was completed 18 months ago, what type of estimating should they use?
An issue arises on a project. A team member recalls that this issue has occurred before, but cannot remember the solution. Where is the first place the project manager should look to find the solution?
Organizational process assets
While reviewing a status report, a project manager notices that, over a period of six months, the coding quality for one developer is statistically lower than another developer assigned the same task. Which tool should the project manager use to trace the problem’s back to its action root cause?
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