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21.
Match the examples provided to the corresponding categories of influence that affect projects.
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Categories of Project Influence
Examples Category
Organizational culture
Enterprise environmental factors
Employee capability
Organizational process assets
Organizational policies
Lessons learned
Marketplace conditions
22.
Match the levels of stakeholder engagement with their descriptions.
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Levels of Stakeholder Engagement
Name Description
Unaware
Stakeholders are not supportive of the project and may actively resist engaging.
Resistant
Stakeholders have positive expectations of the project and are supportive and engaged.
Neutral
Stakeholders are neutral, neither supporting nor resisting the project, and may be minimally engaged.
Supportive
Stakeholders are actively engaged in the project and helping to ensure its success.
Leading
Stakeholders are not engaged in the project.
23.
Match the conflict resolution technique with its synonym.
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Categories of Project Influence
Examples Category
Accommodate
Reconcile
Withdraw
Avoid
Compromise
Direct
Collaborate
Problem solve
Force
Smooth
24.
Match the project ending with the corresponding description.
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Types of Project Endings
Type Description
Integration
When resources are cut off from the project prior to completing all requirements
Starvation
When the project comes to an end because it was completed and accepted by the stakeholders
Addition
When resources are distributed to other areas in the organization or assigned to other projects
Extinction
When a project evolves into ongoing operations
25.
Match the project life cycle with its corresponding description of when planning occurs.
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Term Description
Predictive
Planning occurs early in the project’s life. The plan is modified through each iteration, and work completed informs future work.
Iterative
Most of the planning occurs upfront. The team strives to identify as much detail about requirements as possible early on.
Incremental
Teams plan one or more subsets of the overall project. Completion of these deliveries informs the future wor
26.
Match the PMO type with its corresponding description.
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PMO Type Description
Supportive
Serves in a management role. Assigns project managers to projects and directly manages projects
Controlling
Serves in a consultative role. Provides templates, best practices, training, and lessons learned from other projects
Directive
Serves in a supportive and compliance role. Provides project management and governance frameworks that are followed by PMs
27.
Match the term with its corresponding description.
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Term Description
Burnup chart
The total time it takes to deliver an item, measured from the time the work is committed to the time it is completed
Lead time
The time required to process a work item
Velocity
A measurement of the schedule efficiency expressed as a ratio of earned to planned value
Cycle time
A visual depiction of the work completed
Schedule performance index
The sum of story point sizes for the features completed in an iteration
28.
Match the project manager’s level of authority based on the organizational structure type.
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Organizational Structure Type Authority
Functional
High to almost total
Strong matrix
Low
Project-oriented
Little to none
Weak matrix
Moderate to high
29.
Match the term with its description.
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Term Description
Organizational process assets
Plans, processes, policies, procedures, and knowledge bases that are specific to and used by the performing organization
Enterprise environmental factors
Conditions, not under the immediate control of the team, that influence, constrain, or direct the project, program, or portfolio
30.
Match the type of PMO with its description.
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PMO Type Description
Supportive
Takes control of projects by directly managing them via project managers that report to the PMO
Controlling
Provides consultation to project teams by providing resources, training, and access to information
Directive
Provides support and requires compliance against published project management and governance frameworks