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Project Management Skills for Life

Quiz by Ersilia Pagano

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  • Q1
    What is the primary purpose of project management?
    To achieve project goals and objectives within the given constraints
    To make sure the project is never completed on time
    To create as much work as possible for the project team
    To spend as much money as possible on the project
  • Q2
    What is a project?
    A temporary endeavor with a defined beginning and end, undertaken to achieve a specific goal
    Something that can be completed in a single day
    A daily routine that never changes
    An ongoing task with no specific goal in mind
  • Q3
    What is a milestone?
    A small pebble on the road to success
    A meaningless point in time
    A significant point in the project that marks progress toward the goal
    A point of no return where the project cannot be changed
  • Q4
    What is a project scope?
    The boundaries and deliverables of the project
    The number of people working on the project
    The amount of money spent on the project
    The length of time the project will take to complete
  • Q5
    What is risk management?
    The process of ignoring risks and hoping everything will turn out okay
    The process of identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks that could interfere with project success
    The process of avoiding risks altogether
    The process of creating as many risks as possible
  • Q6
    What is a project plan?
    A vague idea of what needs to be done
    A document created after the project is completed
    A list of tasks with no deadlines or resources
    A detailed document outlining the approach, scope, schedule, budget, and resources required for the project
  • Q7
    What is a stakeholder?
    Someone who actively opposes the project
    Any person or group with an interest in the project or its outcome
    Someone who only cares about their own interests
    Someone who has no interest in the project
  • Q8
    What is communication management?
    The process of not communicating at all
    The process of communicating only with certain stakeholders
    The process of communicating only when something goes wrong
    The process of planning, creating, distributing, and managing project communication
  • Q9
    What is change management?
    The process of ignoring changes and hoping everything will work out
    The process of making changes without documenting them
    The process of creating as many changes as possible
    The process of identifying, documenting, and controlling changes to the project
  • Q10
    What is project closure?
    The process of continuing to work on the project indefinitely
    The process of abandoning the project when it becomes too difficult
    The process of celebrating the halfway point of the project
    The process of bringing a project to an orderly end
  • Q11
    What is the first step in project management?
    Negotiating a budget
    Completing the project plan
    Hiring a project team
    Defining the project scope
  • Q12
    What is a project charter?
    A document that outlines the project's purpose, scope, and stakeholders
    A project status report
    A cost-benefit analysis
    A detailed project plan
  • Q13
    What is a work breakdown structure?
    A hierarchical decomposition of the project into smaller, manageable components
    A list of project milestones
    A schedule of project tasks
    A breakdown of project costs
  • Q14
    What is the critical path in project management?
    The most important tasks in the project
    The tasks that require the most resources
    The tasks with the longest duration
    The sequence of tasks that must be completed on time to ensure the project stays on schedule
  • Q15
    What is risk management in project management?
    The process of identifying, assessing, and mitigating potential risks that could impact the project
    The process of identifying project stakeholders
    The process of creating a project schedule
    The process of managing project costs

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