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1.

A small sample of your project’s critical path is shown in the following table. Assuming each activity must finish before the next activity can begin, which of the following options is not correct?

Activity
Duration
Early Start
Early Finish
1225/15/22
255/235/28
375/96/4
41

Select one
2.

A small sample of your project’s PERT calculations is shown here. Activity 2 is particularly important to the project, and your stakeholders are asking for a confidence level for this activity. You tell them there is a 95.44 percent chance of completing activity 2 within how many days?

Activity
Optimistic
Pessimistic
Likely Expected Value
1101412
2203023
3333
Select one
3.
Match the project life cycle with its corresponding goal.
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Project Life Cycles
Type Description
Predictive
Correctness of solution
Iterative
Customer value via frequent deliveries and feedback
Incremental
Speed
Agile
Manage cost
4.
Crystal is a family of methodologies intended to support a wide range of projects, depending on project size and criticality. Match the Crystal Method used when basing the selection solely on the range of stakeholders involved.
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Crystal Methods
Crystal Method Name Number of Stakeholders Involved
Crystal Clear
20 to 40 people
Crystal Yellow
5 to 100 people
Crystal Orange
6 to 20 people
Crystal Red
1 to 4 people
5.
Match the leadership style with its description.
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Leadership Styles
Type Description
Servant Leader
Focuses on management by exception; rewards based on goals, feedback, and accomplishments
Transactional
Uses a combination of transactional, transformational, and charismatic
Charismatic
Enthusiastic, high-energy, and able to inspire others
Interactional
Allows the team to make their own decisions and establish their own goals
Laissez-faire
Puts others first and demonstrates commitment to serve
6.
Match the conflict resolution technique with its description.
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Types of Conflict Resolution Techniques
Type Description
Avoid
To push one’s viewpoint at the expense of others. This is considered a win-lose situation.
Reconcile
To search for a temporary solution that satisfies all parties. This is considered a lose-lose situation.
Direct
To incorporate multiple viewpoints and lead to consensus and commitment. This is considered a win-win situation.
Problem Solve
To emphasize agreement and concede one’s position to maintain harmony or relationships. This is considered a win-lose situation.
Accommodate
To retreat from the conflict situation. This is considered a lose-lose situation.
7.
Match the Agile approach with its description.
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Agile Approaches
Approach Description
Kanban
A pull-based concept where work progresses to the next step only when resources are available
Scrum
Focuses on delivering software that’s ready when the customer needs it
Feature-driven development
Focuses on delivering usable, working software continually in a timely manner
eXtreme Programming (XP)
A family of methodologies designed to scale to the project needs
Crystal methods
A single-team process framework typically used to manage product development
8.
Match the domains that make up the Five-Factor Model with their corresponding aspects.
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Five-Factor Model Domains and Spectrums
Domains Aspects of Domain
Openness to experience
Outgoing vs. reserved
Conscientiousness
Efficient vs. careless
Extraversion
Inventive vs. easy-going
Agreeableness
Sensitive vs. confident
Neuroticism
Compassionate vs. detached
9.
Match the theory with the name of the individual responsible for developing it.
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Motivational Theories
Theory Theorist
Theory of X and Y
David McClelland
Hygiene Theory
Victor Vroom
Achievement Theory
Douglas McGregor
Expectancy Theory
Frederick Herzberg
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Abraham Maslow
10.
Match the power type with its description.
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Power types
Type Description
Punishment
When a person being influenced believes the manager, or the person doing the influencing, is knowledgeable about the subject
Expert
When power comes about as a result of the influencer’s position
Legitimate
When power is inferred to the influencer by their subordinates
Referent
When the employee is threatened with consequences if expectations are not met