Chapter#4 - Integration management - test#3
Test#1 Coverage - Pages 96 to 89 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) A change request is a formal proposal to modify any document, deliverable, or baseline. When issues are found while project work is being performed, change requests can be submitted, which may modify project policies or procedures, project or product scope, project cost or budget, project schedule, or quality of the project or product results. Other change requests cover the needed preventive or corrective actions to forestall negative impact later in the project. Any project stakeholder may request a change. Change requests can be initiated from inside or outside the project and they can be optional or legally/contractually mandated. Change requests may include: *
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2) Trend analysis is used to forecast future performance based on past results. It looks ahead in the project for expected slippages and warns the project manager ahead of time that there may be problems later in the schedule if established trends persist. This information is made available early enough in the project timeline to give the project team time to analyze and correct any anomalies. The results of trend analysis can be used to recommend preventive actions if necessary. True / False? *
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3) ----------------------- reviews the differences (or variance) between planned and actual performance. This can include duration estimates, cost estimates, resources utilization, resources rates, technical performance, and other metrics. *
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4) Which of the following is not a decision making technique? *
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5) This technique analyzes the interrelationships between different project variables that contributed to the project outcomes to improve performance on future projects. *
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