1. Knowledge Areas
    • Project Integration Mangement
    • Project Scope Management
    • Project Time Management
    • Project Cost Management
    • Project Quality Management
    • Project Human Resource Management
    • Project Communication Management
    • Project Risk Management
    • Project Procurement Management
    • Project Stakeholder Management
  2. Process Groups
    • Initiating
    • Planning
    • Executing
    • Monitoring and Controlling
    • Closing
  3. As a Project Management, 90% of your time is spent doing what?
  4. What is the key output of stakeholder identification
    Stakeholder register
  5. Project Management Plan
    formal document that describes how the project will be executed, monitored, and controlled
  6. Traceability Matrix
    grid representation of project requirements that were determined and mapped directly to the outcomes of a project.  Justifies each requirement determined to link it directly to business and project objectives.
  7. What two things are only associated with scope
    • Features
    • Functions
  8. How are features and functions related to the Iron Triangle
    If scope is expanded while time & cost are constant, features and/or functions must be eliminated.
  9. In the integrated change control process what is system manages changes in scope
    Configuration Management System
  10. What falls under the Configuration Management System
    • WBS (Work breakdown structure)
    • Project Scope
    • WBS Dictionary
  11. All changes go through what?
    Integrated Change Control system
  12. What does WBS stand for
    Work Breakdown Structure
  13. What are some tools & techniques for collecting requirements
    • Interviews
    • Focus Groups
    • Facilitated Workshops
    • Group creativity techniques
    • Questionnaires and Surveys
    • Observations
    • Prototypes
    • Benchmarking
    • Context diagrams
    • Document analysis
  14. In what process does the requirements management plan get developed
    Plan Scope Management
  15. Group Decision Making Techniques
    • Unanimous
    • Majority
    • Plurality
    • Dictatorship
  16. What statement includes quality requirements, project deliverables, constraints, and assumptions
    Project Scope Statement
  17. What is a unique and verifiable product, result or capability to perform a service that is required to be produced to complete a process, phase or project
  18. How does the project scope statement differ from the project charter
    The project scope statement is more detailed.

    The project charter includes lots of things, but it is very general.
  19. What inputs are fed into the Scope
    • Scope Management Plan
    • Project Charter
    • Requirements documentation
    • Operational Process Assets
  20. Product Analysis
    a tool that generally means asking questions about a product
  21. What is "Thinking outside the box"
    Alternatives Generation
  22. What technique uses anonymous surveys, hated by Deondrea
    Delphi Technique
  23. What is affected by a change in scope
    • WBS
    • Work Breakdown Structure
  24. What is a logical grouping of project deliverables arranged in a hieratchical structure
    • WBS
    • Work Breakdown Structure
  25. What are the individual components at the lowest level of the WBS hierarchy or a label for the smallest deliverable within the WBS which is mostly about things not activities
    work packages
  26. What rule defines the size of a work package
    • 8/80 rule
    • work package must be more than 8 hours but less than 80
  27. What are points in the WBS that supply subtotals by verifying cost within a budget
    Control Accounts
  28. What is composed of the scope statement, WBS & WBS definition
    Scope Baseline
  29. What is visual mapping of othe subdivision of project deliverables
    • WBS
    • Work Breakdown Structure
  30. What are WBS outputs
    • Scope baseline
    • Project documents update
  31. What might include all of the following
    - WBS
    - Assumptions and Constraints
    - Schedule milestones
    Scope baseline
  32. What tool is often used for creating & maintaining Schedule Management Plan
    Microsoft Project
  33. What inputs are needed for the Schedule Management Plan
    • Project Management Plan
    • Project charter
    • EEF: external environmental factors
    • OPA: organizational process assets
  34. What are guidelines for developing a schedule management plan
    • Review project management plan for information to develop the schedule
    • Review Project Charter for summary, high-level milestone schedule
    • Review External Environmental Factors
    • Review Organizational Process Assets
    • Use tools & techniques like expert judgement and historical information
    • Use analytical techniques like fast tracking or crashing
    • use meetings to develop
    • document schedule management plan
  35. What are three attributes of an activity
    • expected duration
    • consumes budget and/or human resources
    • named in verb-noun format
  36. What is an iterative planning technique in which near term work is defined at a detailed level and future work is left at a higher level, until becomes the near term work
    Rolling Wave Planning
  37. What is a form of progressive elaboration of developing work packages into activities as more is known about those work packages
    Rolling wave planning
  38. What processes are at the intersection of Planning & Project Time Management after the Planning Schedule Management
    • Define Activities
    • Sequence Activities
    • Estimate Activity Resources
    • Estimate Activity Duration
    • Develop Schedule
Card Set
PMP 5th Edition - New Horizons Dec 2013