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  • 1. 

    The following are all inputs to the Develop Project Charter process except:

    • A.

      Project Statement of Work

    • B.

      Business Case

    • C.

      Contract

    • D.

      EEF (Enterprise Environmental Factors)

    • E.

      OPA (Organizational Process Assets)

    • F.

      Preliminary Scope Statement

    Correct Answer
    F. Preliminary Scope Statement
    Explanation
    The Develop Project Charter process involves creating a document that formally authorizes the existence of a project and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities. The inputs to this process typically include the Project Statement of Work, Business Case, Contract, EEF (Enterprise Environmental Factors), and OPA (Organizational Process Assets). However, the Preliminary Scope Statement is not an input to this process. It is a document that outlines the high-level project requirements and deliverables, and is usually developed during the early stages of project initiation.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following is an output of Develop Project Charter process?

    • A.

      Project Charter

    • B.

      Project Management Plan

    • C.

      Schedule

    • D.

      WBS and WBS Dictionary

    Correct Answer
    A. Project Charter
    Explanation
    The output of the Develop Project Charter process is the Project Charter. The Project Charter is a document that formally authorizes the existence of a project and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities. It outlines the project's objectives, scope, stakeholders, and high-level requirements. The Project Charter serves as a reference throughout the project's life cycle and provides a foundation for decision-making and project governance.

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  • 3. 

    All of the following are inputs to the Develop Project Management Plan process except:

    • A.

      Project Charter

    • B.

      Outputs from planning process

    • C.

      EEF (Enterprise Environmental Factors)

    • D.

      OPA (Organizational Project Assets)

    • E.

      Define Stakeholders

    Correct Answer
    E. Define Stakeholders
    Explanation
    The Develop Project Management Plan process involves creating a comprehensive document that outlines how the project will be executed, monitored, and controlled. The inputs to this process include the Project Charter, which provides the high-level project information and objectives, the outputs from the planning process, which include the detailed plans and documents created during the planning phase, the EEF (Enterprise Environmental Factors), which are external factors that can influence the project, and the OPA (Organizational Project Assets), which are internal assets such as templates, processes, and historical information. However, the Define Stakeholders process is not an input to the Develop Project Management Plan process. This process is focused on identifying and analyzing stakeholders and their expectations, which is done before the project management plan is developed.

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  • 4. 

    What is an output of Develop Project Management Plan process?

    • A.

      Project Management Plan

    • B.

      Project Charter

    • C.

      Quality Audit

    • D.

      Contracts

    Correct Answer
    A. Project Management Plan
    Explanation
    The output of the Develop Project Management Plan process is the Project Management Plan. This plan is a comprehensive document that outlines how the project will be executed, monitored, and controlled. It includes various components such as the scope, schedule, cost, quality, communication, risk, and procurement plans. The Project Management Plan serves as a roadmap for the project team and stakeholders, providing guidance on how the project will be managed and ensuring that everyone is aligned and working towards the same goals and objectives.

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  • 5. 

    All are inputs to the Direct and Manage Project Execution process except:

    • A.

      Project Management Plan

    • B.

      Approved Change Requests

    • C.

      Enterprise Environmental Factors

    • D.

      Organizational Process Assets

    • E.

      Statement of Work

    Correct Answer
    E. Statement of Work
    Explanation
    The Direct and Manage Project Execution process involves the implementation of the project management plan and the execution of approved change requests. It also takes into consideration the enterprise environmental factors and organizational process assets, which provide important information and resources for the execution of the project. The statement of work, on the other hand, is an input to the Develop Project Charter process and defines the project's objectives, deliverables, and scope. Therefore, it is not directly related to the execution of the project and is not an input to the Direct and Manage Project Execution process.

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  • 6. 

    Which are outputs of the Direct and Manage Project Execution process?

    • A.

      Deliverables

    • B.

      Work Performance Information

    • C.

      Change Requests

    • D.

      Project Management Plan Updates

    • E.

      Project Document Updates

    • F.

      Charter

    • G.

      Approved Change Requests

    • H.

      Performance Reports

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Deliverables
    B. Work Performance Information
    C. Change Requests
    D. Project Management Plan Updates
    E. Project Document Updates
    Explanation
    The Direct and Manage Project Execution process produces several outputs. Deliverables are the tangible products or results of the project that are delivered to the stakeholders. Work Performance Information includes data on how the project is progressing, such as the status of activities, costs, and schedule. Change Requests are formal requests to modify any aspect of the project. Project Management Plan Updates involve making changes to the project management plan based on the execution process. Project Document Updates involve updating project documents such as risk registers, issue logs, and lessons learned.

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  • 7. 

    Which of the following are inputs to the Monitor and Control Project Work process?

    • A.

      Project Management Plan

    • B.

      Performance Reports

    • C.

      Enterprise Environmental Factors

    • D.

      Organizational Process Assets

    • E.

      Scope Statement

    • F.

      Stakeholder Analysis

    • G.

      Change Requests

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Project Management Plan
    B. Performance Reports
    C. Enterprise Environmental Factors
    D. Organizational Process Assets
    Explanation
    The inputs to the Monitor and Control Project Work process include the Project Management Plan, Performance Reports, Enterprise Environmental Factors, and Organizational Process Assets. The Project Management Plan provides the overall framework and guidance for managing the project. Performance Reports provide information on the project's progress and performance. Enterprise Environmental Factors refer to external factors that may impact the project, such as market conditions or government regulations. Organizational Process Assets are the organization's internal resources, such as templates, guidelines, and historical data, that can be used to support project management activities.

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  • 8. 

    Which of the following is not an output of the Monitor and Control Project Work process?

    • A.

      Change Requests

    • B.

      Deliverables

    • C.

      Project Management Plan Updates

    • D.

      Project Document Updates

    Correct Answer
    B. Deliverables
    Explanation
    The Monitor and Control Project Work process is responsible for tracking, reviewing, and reporting the progress of the project. It involves monitoring the project activities, comparing them with the planned objectives, and taking corrective actions if necessary. Deliverables, on the other hand, are the tangible outputs or results of the project activities that are provided to the stakeholders. Therefore, deliverables are not an output of the Monitor and Control Project Work process.

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  • 9. 

    The following are all inputs to the Perform Integrated Change Control process - (Select all that apply) 

    • A.

      Project Management Plan

    • B.

      Work Performance Information

    • C.

      Change Requests

    • D.

      EEFs

    • E.

      OPAs

    • F.

      Project Charter

    • G.

      Change Control Meetings

    • H.

      Lessons Learned

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Project Management Plan
    B. Work Performance Information
    C. Change Requests
    D. EEFs
    E. OPAs
    F. Project Charter
    Explanation
    The Perform Integrated Change Control process involves reviewing change requests, evaluating their potential impact on the project, and making decisions on whether to approve or reject them. In order to make these decisions, the project team needs to have access to various inputs. The Project Management Plan provides the overall framework and guidance for managing the project, while Work Performance Information gives insight into the current status and performance of the project. Change Requests are the formal documentation of proposed changes, and EEFs (External Environmental Factors) and OPAs (Organizational Process Assets) provide additional contextual information and guidelines. The other options listed, such as the Project Charter, Change Control Meetings, and Lessons Learned, may be relevant to the change control process but are not specifically mentioned as inputs in this question.

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  • 10. 

    All are outputs of Perform Integrated Change Control process except:

    • A.

      Change Request Status Updates

    • B.

      Project Management Plan Updates

    • C.

      Project Document Updates

    • D.

      Deliverables

    Correct Answer
    D. Deliverables
    Explanation
    The Perform Integrated Change Control process is responsible for reviewing, evaluating, and approving or rejecting change requests. It ensures that changes are properly assessed and implemented to minimize any negative impact on the project. The process involves updating various project documents, such as the project management plan and project documents, to reflect approved changes. However, deliverables are not considered outputs of this process. Deliverables are the tangible results or outputs of the project activities and are not directly related to change control.

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  • 11. 

    Which of the following are inputs to the Close Project or Phase process?

    • A.

      Project Management Plan

    • B.

      Accepted Deliverables

    • C.

      OPAs

    • D.

      EEFs

    • E.

      Change Requests

    • F.

      Lessons Learned

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Project Management Plan
    B. Accepted Deliverables
    C. OPAs
    Explanation
    The Close Project or Phase process is responsible for finalizing all activities and deliverables of a project or phase. The inputs to this process include the Project Management Plan, which provides the overall framework and guidance for the project. Accepted Deliverables are also important inputs as they represent the outputs that have been approved and accepted by the stakeholders. Organizational Process Assets (OPAs) are another input, as they provide valuable historical information and lessons learned from previous projects. This information can help in identifying best practices and improving future projects.

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  • 12. 

    Which of the following are outputs to the Close Project or Phase process?

    • A.

      Final Product, Service, or Result Transition

    • B.

      OPA Updates

    • C.

      Charter

    • D.

      Change Requests

    • E.

      Approved Change Requests

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Final Product, Service, or Result Transition
    B. OPA Updates
    Explanation
    The outputs to the Close Project or Phase process include Final Product, Service, or Result Transition, which refers to the deliverables or outcomes of the project that are transferred to the customer or end-users. OPA Updates, on the other hand, are updates made to the organizational process assets based on the lessons learned and experiences gained during the project. These updates can help improve future project management processes.

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