The project you’ve been working on for the last six months is slightly behind schedule. Since you have a contingency fund available and the project is currently under budget, you figure the best way to catch up is to on time is to add a temporary staff for the next three months. What contract type is typically best for staff augmentation?
A. Fixed Price
C. Time and Material
D. Depends on the project budget
After taking a position as a project manager for a new department, you learn that they follow a change control process that maps to the Perform Integrated Change Control process in the PMBOK®. What is the likely scenario when making a change to a project?
A. Document the change request, bring it to a change control meeting, update the change request status
B. Document the change request, notify the manager, notify the customer, make the change
C. Go to a change control meeting, document the change request, make the change
D. Go to a change control meeting, notify the manager, notify the customer, document the change request
Lisa is creating the human resource plan for her project. One important element that she wants to identify during this process is how she is going to staff the resources necessary to complete her scheduled tasks. What type of output does Lisa need as part of her human resource plan?
C. Staffing management plan
Julie is scheduling a project to develop a new feature for her company’s website. Since she works in a functional organization, her team has other assigned projects and therefore, have limited availability for her project. What type of scheduling technique should Julie use to get the best estimate for her project?
A. Resource leveling
B. Schedule compression
C. Critical chain method
D. Critical path method
Of the following projects, which would not require you to complete Close Project tasks immediately?
A. A construction project that was completed
B. A construction project that was put on hold during the execution phase
C. A software project that was canceled during the execution phase
D. A software project that was canceled just during the planning phase