To communicate with stakeholders on the resolved issues and the issues that are hard to resolve, you use an issue log in your project. Since you assign an owner for every issue and resolve it by proactively working on it, your stakeholders actively support all your efforts in managing the project. This method of actively resolving issues and reducing risks to the project is known as:
A. Quality management B. Scope Management C. Communications management D. Stakeholder management
Peter’s project is in execution. Peter has a monthly stakeholder update meeting set up where he presents the project’s progress and current issues to the key stakeholders. During the last stakeholder update meeting, the stakeholders requested Peter to provide bi-weekly project updates instead of monthly updates. The communication management plan has been broadly framed and it doesn’t restrict Stanley from doing bi-weekly updates. What should Peter do?
A. Start providing bi-weekly updates instead of monthly updates. B. Update the communication management plan prior to providing the bi-weekly updates. C. Disregard the stakeholders’ request and continue with the monthly updates. D. Request the stakeholders to submit a change request.
A. Start providing bi-weekly updates instead of monthly updates.
A project manager is giving a project update to the key stakeholders. During the meeting, he finds out that most of the stakeholders are busy checking and replying to their emails. Which of the following is the best action that could have eliminated this issue?
A. A meeting ground rule on active listening B. Providing snacks to the stakeholders during the meeting C. Including the company’s code of conduct in the presentation handouts D. Asking sudden unexpected questions outside the scope of the project
A project team is currently assessing the project stakeholder management plan for its validity. The project documents are essential inputs to this process. Which of the following project documents must be used by the project team during this process?
A. All project documents prepared during the project so far. B. Project documents prepared during the project planning. C. Project documents prepared during the project execution. D. Project documents prepared during the project initiation.
A. All project documents prepared during the project so far.
John’s project is in execution. During the monitoring and controlling of the project, John finds out that the current stakeholder engagement strategy needs to be thoroughly reviewed. He invites selected key stakeholders and some subject matter experts to brainstorm on new ideas and approaches that can be used. John is planning to facilitate the session himself. The planed session in this scenario is an example of?
A. Project status update meeting B. Integrated change control C. Project quality control D. Expert judgment obtained through a focus group
Emily is about to review her project stakeholder engagement plan to make some necessary adjustments. She has got her project management plan, the recent issue log and the work performance data. Which of the following inputs is still missing for this process?
A. Project charter B. Stakeholder engagement plan C. Project documents D. Communication management plan
Jen is the project manager at a pharmaceutical company. She begins her day by analyzing her team’s work requirements. She then assigns daily tasks to her team members over a centralized project management information system that then generates automatic task assignment notifications for the team members. Which of the following types of communication methods has been selected by Jen?
A. Formal, push communication B. Informal, pull communication C. Formal, pull communication D. Informal, push communication