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By Marchesl | Last updated: Feb 11, 2020
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Below is a project scope management practice test! During the planning stage of a project, it is advisable that a manager set boundaries of what they can do within the project to make it successful, and this is exactly what the scope is. Go through this test an get to see what a project scope entails; it is so important to understand.
Questions and Answers
Formal acceptance occurs at the [Blank] of a project or phase.
Which of the following breaks the project scope into smaller, more manageable pieces called work packages?
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
The Requirements [Blank] Matrix is a tracking mechanism used to link requirements to their origin and trace them throughout the project life cycle.
Which of the following is NOT done during the Planning phase?
Define Scope is the process of developing a detailed description of the project and product. True or false?
[Blank] is defined as compliance with the regulations, requirements, or specifications of a project.
Which comes last in Project Scope Management?
Plan Scope Management
True or False: "Decomposition is completion measured against the requirements"
What we have here is some project scope management practice questions! Knowing the scope of activities you are expected to do so as to have a successful project is a very important aspect that helps you manage time, resources,...
Youhave joineda software development project as project manager when it was in execution stage.You and your team is busy on it since last 4 months. So far the project is on track.But there is one work package which is troubling you. Nobody exactly knows who is responsible for it. Even the work associated with it is unknown. Account department is unaware of its code of account. Which of the following would best help you in this situation.
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You are the project manager of the OQH Project and are working with the project stakeholders to determine the project requirements. You and the stakeholders are discussing as many solutions to the project as possible. A recorder documents all of the solutions on a whiteboard so everyone can see the ideas and how they may be related. After the solutions have been documented, you lead the group through a voting process to discuss and rank each idea and requirement that has been proposed. What is this requirements gathering called?