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1. You are working with your project team to begin identifying risks for the project. As part of your preparation for identifying the risks within the project you will need many inputs for the process. Which one of the following is NOT an input to the risk identification process?
2. Project manager wants to apply risk rating rule. Which of the following provides the same information?
3. As a part of Control risk process, the project manager should update the risk register with information on risk reassessment, risk audits, and periodic risk reviews. What else can be updated in the risk register?
4. You and the project team are assessing the risk events and creating a probability and impact matrix for the identified risks. Which one of the following statements best describes the requirements for the data type used in qualitative risk analysis?
5. You are the project manager for your company and a new change request has been approved for your project. This change request, however, has introduced several new risks to the project. You have communicated these risk events and the project stakeholders understand the possible effects these risks could have on your project. You are elected to create a mitigation response for the identified risk events. Where will you record the mitigation response?
6. You have declined a proposed change request because of the risk associated with it. Where should the declined change request be documented and stored?
7. Which of the following is the output of qualitative analysis process?
8. PM, the project team, and the key project stakeholders have completed a round of qualitative risk analysis. PM needs to update the risk register with his findings so that he can communicate the risk results to the project stakeholders including management. Expect for which one will PM need to update all of the following information?
9. The risk transference is referred to the transfer of risks to a third party, usually for a fee, it creates a contractual relationship for the third party to manage the risk on behalf of the performing organization. Which one of the following is NOT an example of the transference risk response?
10. You are the project manager in company XYZ. You have been asked to create a proposal for a construction project for a client. While studying the relevant details, you realize that there are several requirements within the SOW and RFP provided by the client that would eliminate XYZ from bidding on the construction project. You propose to management to allow XYZ to create a partnership with a competitor GFK so that together they could bid on the construction project and qualify for the customer's requirements. What risk response are you proposing to management?
11. The project is scheduled to last for 18 months. Management asks PM how often the project team is participating in risk reassessment in this project. What should PM tell the management if he is following the best practices for risk management?
12. Which of the following risk responses guide that the project plan will not be changed to deal with the risk?
13. You and the project team have created risk responses for many of the risk events in the project. Where should you document the proposed responses and the current status of all identified risks?
14. While addressing the root causes of the risks, you are using cause and effect diagram. But sponsor is not happy and advises you to use Ishikawa or fishbone diagram. To what conclusion will you come after analyzing this?
15. Which one of the following is NOT a tool or technique for the quantitative risk analysis process?
16. Which diagramming technique are you using as a part of the risk identification process that helps in finding the causes of the issues?
17. You have identified the risk and carried out the risk analysis. What should be the next process from risk management point of view?
18. Sensitivity analysis is a technique for systematically changing parameters in a model to determine the effects of such changes and is useful for computer modelers for a range of purposes. Which of the following options will not be useful to meet the purpose of sensitivity analysis?
19. You have completed the risk analysis processes for the risk events. You and the project team have created risk responses for most of the identified project risks. Now, you would like to assign risk owners to the events. Which risk events should have risk response owners?
20. Which of the following technique helps in finding any risk associated with respect to schedule?
21. You are about to perform qualitative risk analysis on the identified risks within your project. Which one of the following will NOT help you to perform this project management activity?
22. The project has a budget of $567,000 and is schedule to last for three years. You want to examine the risk events to determine which risk events have the most potential impact on the project. Which modeling technique can help you to accomplish this goal?
23. You are reviewing the risk register for your project. The risk register provides information to you, the project manager and to the project team during the risk response planning. All of the following are included in the risk register except for which option?
24. You are working with the project stakeholders to begin the qualitative risk analysis process. You will need all of the following as inputs to the qualitative risk analysis process except for which one?
25. Which process addresses if any changes are to be implemented after risk analysis, the same is carried in controlled manner?
26. One of the team members find risk management very difficult to manage. She asks you, a lead project manager, at what stage in the project will risk management become easier. What answer best resolves the difficulty of risk management practices and the efforts required?
27. You and project team have agreed that if the vendor is late by more than ten days they will cancel the order and hire another Company to fulfill the order. The new Company can guarantee orders within three days, but the costs of their products are significantly more expensive than the current vendor. What type of a response strategy is this?
28. What is the reason behind updating work breakdown structure after the risk response decision?
29. You are the project manager for a new project using a technology that has recently been released. There is relatively little information available about this technology. Initial testing of the technology looks promising, but while tracking the project, you discovered that there's still uncertainty as to its longevity and reliability. You want to consider the technology factors a risk for your project. Where should you document the risks associated with this technology so that you can track the risk status and responses?
30. Your project has several risks that may cause serious financial impact, if they happen. You have studied the risk events and made some potential risk responses for the risk events but management wants you to do more. They'd like you to create a type of chart that identified the risk probability and impact with a financial amount for each risk event. What is the likely outcome of creating this type of chart?
31. You are the project manager of a Project and there's a risk that your team has identified, which could cause the project to be delayed by more than a month. You don't want this risk event to happen so you devise extra project activities. The extra steps, however, will cost the project an additional $10,000. What type of risk response is this approach?
32. You are the project manager managing a big team. During the risk management you carried out qualitative risk analysis and started quantitative risk analysis. One of the team members asked why you are carrying out quantitative risk analysis too? Which one of the following statements best defines what quantitative risk analysis is?
33. You are working with management on defining a contingency reserve for your project. Currently the project is scheduled to last 18 months and it has a cost budget of $2.5 million. What two areas of the project can the contingency reserve address in regard to risk management?
34. You and your project team are just starting the risk identification activities for a project that is scheduled to last for 18 months. Your project team has already identified a long list of risks that need to be analyzed. How often should you and the project team do risk identification?
35. What is the significance of earned value technique from the risk management perspective when carrying out the variance and trend analysis as part of monitoring and controlling?
36. Which of the following techniques examine the degree to which the organizational strengths offset opportunity and threat while looking into risk?
37. You are communicating to the stakeholders about the project status showing there is a delay in the project. You decide to carry out fast tracking as part of schedule compression in collaboration with stakeholder agreement. What is the impact of this technique?
38. You are working with the project team members and two subject matter experts to assess the identified risk events in the project. Which of the following approaches is the best to assess the risk events in the project?
39. Along with your team members you are facilitating about risk response analysis along with understanding of each response from the team point of view. Which of the following activities are you carrying out?
40. What is the other name for positive risks from the risk management books?
41. In addition to monitoring and controlling the project risks for their status and information, the risk monitoring and controlling process accomplishes four key things for a project. Which one of the following is NOT a determination that is made by the risk monitoring and controlling process?
42. You are working in a project and identified some risks related to procurement. You identified the procurement manager as a person who is empowered with a risk response and will control all aspects of the identified risk response in which a particular risk event will happen within the project. What title, in regard to risk, is bestowed on procurement manager?
43. You are the project manager of a large construction project. Part of the project involves the electrical cabling work in the building your project is creating. You and the project team decide that the cabling work is too dangerous so you hire an experienced electrician to perform the work for the project. What type of risk response is this an example of?
44. You are conducting risk management meeting and identified a risk with low probability and less impact. What do you do with this risk?
45. What is the best a project manager can do after carrying out qualitative risk analysis? Choose the best option.
46. Based on the information in the table below, what amount would you need to include in your risk contingency fund?
47. You and the project team are recreating a probability and impact matrix using RAG rating. There is some confusion and disagreement among the project team as to how a certain risk is important and priority for attention should be managed. Where can we determine the priority of a risk, given its probability and impact?
48. Identify Risk process determines the risks that affect the project and document their characteristics. Why should the project team members be involved in the Identify Risk process?
49. Your project requires that you install 190 computers. The vendor offers you a 15% discount on the basic software if your company will purchase 200 or more computers. You communicate this offer with other functions within the organization so that your project can save significant amount of funds. What is this risk response called?
50. Which of the following plan directs the process of quantitative risk analysis?
51. You are managing the project along with key stakeholders. One of the key requirement from customer is their satisfaction and even the other stakeholders believe in this. As a project manager what do you think or is your action about this point from risk management point of view?
52. You are preparing for the risk identification process. You will need to involve several of the project's key stakeholders to help you identify and communicate the identified risk events. You will also need several documents to help you and the stakeholders identify the risk events. Which one of the following is a document that will help you identify and communicate risks within the project?
53. A PM has created a contingency response that the cost performance index should be less than 0.80. The project has a budget at completion of $100,000 and is 35 percent complete - though the project should be 50 percent complete. The project has spent $45000. What is the project's cost performance index?
54. You are using the applications of IRGC model to understand and manage the rising of the overall risks that have impacts on the economy and society. One of your team member wants to know what is the need to use IRGC. What will be your reply?
55. What is pure risk?
56. Management has asked you to perform a risk audit and report the results. A project team member asks you what a risk audit is. What do you tell the team member?
57. Consider the risk probability-impact matrix in the figure given below: If Risk B happens in this project, how much will be left in the contingency reserve?
58. You are the project manager working with your project team and other key stakeholders to identify the risks within the project. You are currently aiming to create a comprehensive list of project risks. For that you are using a facilitator to help generate ideas about project risks. What risk identification method is the project manager likely to use?
59. You are working with his project team to plan the risk responses for a Project. You would like the project team to work together on establishing risk thresholds in the project. What is the purpose of a risk threshold?
60. Your current project has 75 internal stakeholders and 245 external stakeholders. Many of the risks within your project will only affect the internal stakeholders, but several of the identified risk events will affect the external stakeholders. Management would like to know the total number of communication channels in the project. How many communication channels exist in this project?
61. You are working with the project team on the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis process. You are having the project team to review the project scope statement as an input to the qualitative risk analysis process. Why?
62. You and the project team have identified the risk that the project may not complete on time, as required by the management, due to the creation of the user guide for the software you're creating. You have elected to hire an external writer in order to satisfy the requirements and to alleviate the risk event. What type of risk response have you elected to use in this instance?
63. As a project manager you are working with stakeholder to assess the qualitative and quantitative risk analysis. What is the best course of action when dealing with bias and attitude of the stakeholders considering risk management?
64. You are the project manager of your organization. Your organization will receive a bonus if the project finishes before Christmas . The bonus amount is about $700,000. After assessing the situation considering the trend and the forecast, you realize that by spending about $200,000 with crashing technique, the goal can be achieved. What is the response you are taking here?
65. Which of the following is the output of control risk process?
66. Which process performs the probability and impact analysis?
67. You have a list of risks in the risk register. While reassessing the list of risk, you come to the conclusion that some of the risk will not materialize. What would you do with these risks?
68. What is the EMV for a risk which is threat with probability of 40% and impact of $7000?
69. You added extra features to the project and this has introduced new risks to the project work. The project manager elects to remove the features that you added. The process of removing the extra features to remove the risks is called?
70. The --------- is the risk or danger of an action or an event, a method or a (technical) process that still conceives these dangers even if all theoretically possible safety measures would be applied.
71. Which of the following process is not mandate for short term project as per PMI?
72. You are working with the project stakeholders on the qualitative risk analysis process in your project. You have used all the tools to the qualitative risk analysis process in your project. Which of the following techniques is NOT used as a tool in qualitative risk analysis process?
73. You would like to utilize sensitivity analysis in your project, but the management does not understand how this will be displayed. What type of chart is usually used with sensitivity analysis to show the relative effect of risks on the project?
74. Which risk response indicates the allocation of ownership of opportunity to third party?
75. You are working with project team to plan the risk responses for their project. A project team member, does not understand the process that you are using to plan the risk responses. Which approach is the preferred method to address project risks and the risk responses?
76. The PM asked you to help him complete some probability distributions for his project. What portion of the project will you most likely use for probability distributions?
77. You are the project manager of a large, high-profile project in your organization. You have realized that politics within your company may affect the true identification of risk events within the project. You decide that you'd like to use a method to identify risk events through an anonymous process. Which one of the following risk events will allow you to collect and distribute risk information without the stakeholders knowing what other stakeholders are communicating about the project risk events ?
78. You have created a contingency response that the cost performance index should be equal to or less than 0.8. From the earned value technique, your project shows EV as $9000, AC as $10000 and PV as $7200. Are you preferred to use contingency reserve?
79. Why the qualitative risk analysis should be carried out?
80. When you are working on a project to mitigate the risk you decide to use compression technique. Which of the following technique calls for updating HR management plan?
81. On which of the following processes does The Project Risk Management knowledge area focuses?
82. In a project there are certain enterprise environmental factors that require PM to use modeling and simulation techniques to predict the likelihood of achieving cost and schedule objectives in the project. PM is using a technique for which the cost estimates are chosen at random for each iteration of the analysis, such as pessimistic, most likely, and worst-case scenarios. What type of analysis is PM using in this project?
83. In what portion of a project are risk and opportunities greatest and require intense planning and anticipation of risk events?
84. You are working to complete the qualitative risk analysis for your project. During the analysis you encourage the project team to begin the grouping of identified risks by common causes. What is the primary advantage to group risks by common causes during qualitative risk analysis?
85. You are the project manager of a project that has recently finished the final project deliverables. The project customer has signed off on the project deliverable and you have a few administrative closure activities to complete. In the project, there were several large risks that could have wrecked the project but you and your project team found some creative methods to resolve the risks without affecting the project costs or project end date. What should you do with the risk responses identified during the project's monitoring and controlling process?
86. Teaming agreement solution refers to which risk response?
87. You have been actively communicating and working with the project stakeholders. One of the outputs of the manage stakeholder expectations process can actually create new risk events in the project. Which output of the manage stakeholder expectations process create risks?
88. You identified a supplier who can create stained glass windows for 1,000 window units in a construction project. The supplier is an artist who works by himself, but creates windows for several companies throughout the United States. Management reviews the proposal to use this supplier and while they agree that the supplier is talented, they do not think the artist can fulfill the 1,000 window units in time for the project's deadline. Management asked you to find a supplier who can fulfill the completion of the windows by the proposed date in the schedule. What risk response has management asked you to implement?
89. You are asked to identify risk events within the project. You would first like to examine the project documents including the plans, assumptions lists, project files and contracts. What key thing will help you to discover risks within the review of the project documents?
90. Your organization is running a project with budget of $X. You already progressed about 80% of the work and come to know that a new law is being implemented which may affect the project. What is the best response you can take at this point of time?
91. You are working on a project. A risk is identified because you don't have expertize to carry out the activity. You decided to outsource it, but the supplier is asking for the price which exceeds the budget. What is this risk called?
92. There are six inputs to the quantitative risk analysis process. Which one of the following is NOT an input to the perform quantitative risk analysis process?
93. You hired a contractor to complete a portion of your project work. The contract used was a cost-plus contract. If you were to perform a risk audit, who would carry the risk in this scenario?
94. What will you need as inputs for the qualitative risk analysis of the project in this scenario?
95. You are preparing to plan risk responses for your project with your project team. How many risk responses are available for a positive risk event in the project?
96. You are determining which risks can affect the project. Which of the following are the inputs to the identify risks process that you will use to accomplish the task? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Choose that will not apply.
97. Which is the best technique to identify the risk in a project which provides four different perspective?
98. What is salience model which helps in identifying risks from different stakeholders?
99. Which of the following statement is true?
100. Decision tree can be classified as
101. Based on the enterprise environmental factors and the risk attitude of the stakeholders within the organization, what can be determined?
102. You are a project manager with a financial firm that has multinational dealings. You feel the financial meltdown in one of the client countries could affect your project adversely, so you want to hedge your risks. Although the probability of occurrence of the event is low, you are advised to play it safe. In terms of risk attitude, your organization could best be described as?
103. You are actively communicating and working with the project stakeholders. One of the outputs of the Manage Stakeholder Expectations process can create new risks for the project. Which output of the Manage Stakeholder Expectations process can create risks?
104. You are the project manager of a new project that uses newly released technology and there's relatively little information about the technology. Though the initial testing looks promising, there's still uncertainty regarding the reliability of the technology. You need to document this aspect of technology risk. Which of the following documents would she use to document the risk, so that she can track and respond to the risk?
105. You have just been appointed project manager for a new telecommunications project. There appear to be many risks on this project, but no one has evaluated them to assess the range of possible project outcomes. What needs to be done?
106. You are coming up with risk responses plan. You realized that if any unknown risk materializes, you need to park some money for the same. For this you refer to historical data and come up with some figure of how much should be parked. What is this called?
107. Over lunch with another project manager, you discuss ways to identify risks on your project. The next day, the other project manager sends you risk identification software created by her company with a copyright date of 1998. What should you do?
108. You are budgeting for a project and while interacting with one of the stakeholders, he provides a statement saying that inflate the budget about 25% and asks you to consider the pessimistic estimation. You understood from this conversation that he is referring to the risk. But as a project manager what is the best you can do?
109. During execution, a major problem occurred that was not included in the risk response plan. What should you do FIRST?
110. For the risk identification process, we are using Ishikawa diagram. All of the following statements are true except for:
111. All of the following statements are true regarding risk events except which one? Choose the least correct answer.
112. You are a project manager working on a software development project. You have developed the risk management plan, identified risks, and determined risk responses for the risks. One of the risks you identified occurs, and you implement the response for that risk. Then, another risk occurs as a result of the response you implemented. What type of risk is this called?
113. Your team is developing a risk management plan. Which tool and technique of this process is used to develop risk cost elements and schedule activities that will be included in the project budget and schedule?
114. Monte Carlo simulation modeling is used for the developing the schedule and coming up with budget for the project. For the risk management under which process is it used?
115. All of the following statements are true regarding risks except for which one?
116. Which of the following will not increase the quality risk?
117. With regards to control risk, which of the following statement is not true?
118. Choose the incorrect statement:
119. You are the project manager on an industrial design project. You found a pattern of defects occurring in all projects over the past few years and think there might be a problem in the process the company is using. You start using Ishikawa diagrams to come up with the root cause for this trend over projects so that you can make recommendations for process changes to avoid this problem in the future. Which process are you doing?
120. You are in the middle of the project and one of the key stakeholder comes up with a change request. By looking into the change request, you realize that there will be an impact to the project from the schedule perspective, if this is implemented and also sure that because of the business advantage by this implementing this change, CCB is going to approve it. So considering the impact what is your first action?
121. You are managing a construction project. During your risk identification interviews you learn that there has been a string of construction site thefts over the past few months in the area where you will be building your project. The team agrees that it's unlikely people will be able to steal from your site. Even if thieves could get around your security, it's even more unlikely that your project will lose a significant amount of material if a theft does occur. You decide to monitor the risk from time to time to be sure that it continues to have a low probability and impact. Where do you record the risk so that you don't lose track of it?
122. As a project manager you are collecting information on risks secretly. Which of the following techniques, you are using?
123. You are selecting a project for your organization from different customers. You have delivered projects for these customers earlier. From the previous history data you know that after delivering the projects, the payment system is not good in spite of the delivery as per the scope requirements. You feel that this can be a risk. What is the best you can do?
124. Qualitative risk analysis uses lot of tools and techniques. Which is not one of them?
125. Which of the following is NOT a tool in Identify Risks?
126. You are managing a software engineering project, when two team members come to you with a conflict. The lead developer has identified an important project risk: you have a subcontractor that may not deliver on time. The team estimates that there is a 40% chance that the subcontractor will fail to deliver. If that happens, it will cost an additional $15,250 to pay your engineers to rewrite the work, and the delay will cost the company $20,000 in lost business. Another team member points out an opportunity to save money an another area to offset the risk. If an existing component can be adapted, it will save the project $4,500 in engineering costs. There is a 65% probability that the team can take advantage of that opportunity. What is the expected monetary value (EMV) of these two things?
127. You are working on a project which is in the development of a software. This software is in the new technology and after the development you know that there will be defects which may get delivered to the customer. If the customer reports these defects, rework will be required and will cost more to the organization as part of the operations. To reduce this overhead cost, you decide to take a proactive approach of introducing special testing task. But this will cost about increase in the project of about 15%, but overall the organization is able to save about 25% of the cost. What is this risk response called?
128. What is a risk owner?
129. You are a managing a project and outsourced some of the work to contractors. In the status meeting with the contractor, you sensed that there can be delay from the contractor's deliverable or in the extreme conditions, he may not deliver the work packages at all. To overcome this risk, you formed a team with some experts who can work on those work packages in case the contractor fails to deliver. What is the risk response plan here?
130. You are conducting a status meeting and monitoring your risk register when you discover a risk that remains even after you implement all of your response strategies. What kind of risk is this and what should you do about it?
131. You are working on a mobile cell phone project which calls for erecting towers. While planning, you identified that there is a risk of erecting all the towers very late in the financial year which will affect the revenue growth of the organization. You decide to approach the competitors who already erected the towers and is in operation, to use their tower on revenue sharing model. Which of the following response is being taken to overcome the risk?
132. As you are executing your project, you are constantly checking your risk register to be sure that you have planned responses for all of your risks. At one of the team status meeting, you find that a lower priority risk has suddenly become more likely. Where do you keep information about low priority risks?
133. Which risk analysis tool is used to model your risks on a computer to show random probabilities?
134. In which process does the tool Ishikawa or cause and effect diagram tool used?
135. Which of the following is NOT a tool or technique of Control Risks?
136. What are the strategies for dealing with positive risks?
137. In which process do you create the Risk Breakdown Structure?
138. Which of the following is not a communication method while addressing stakeholders and communicating with them?
139. All of the following are tools and techniques for risk identification except:
140. You are managing a project which is very critical for the organization. But the key stakeholders are not attending the status and risk management meeting. What is this attributed as?
141. Your team has utilized all of the appropriate tools and techniques for responding to identified project risks and has discovered that some risks have been reduced in impact but remain a potential threat. These risks require further monitoring and are referred to as:
142. All of the following are tools and techniques for Control Risks except:
143. Project risk is typically characterized by which three elements:
144. Purchasing insurance is considered an example of risk:
145. Using the following information and a normal distribution curve, what is the probability that the project will be completed in 64 days? Optimistic time is 48 days. Pessimistic time is 72 days. Most likely time is 60 days
146. Once the risks have been identified on the project, the next step is to manage the risks. Of the following, which is not a suitable way of managing the risks?
147. As a project manager you decide to create an issue log which captures issue description, owner, and the target date for issue closure. All of the following are common examples of issues in the project except?
148. You are in the middle of the project and while collecting the information as part of earned value management, you find that CPI is 0.74. What you do to make CPI as 1?
149. A project team is in the process of risk tracking and control. The risk control action defined by the mitigation and contingency plans is being implemented in accordance with the details of those plans. Who is responsible for implementing these actions?
150. Which of the following option is true regarding stakeholder engagement level?
151. You are a project manager in a financial firm with multinational dealings. You feel the financial meltdown in one of the client's countries could affect your project adversely and you want to hedge your risks. Although the probability of occurrence of the event is low, you are advised to play it safe. In terms of risk attitude, your organization could best be described as?
152. A project manager knows that managing the expectations of stakeholders helps to increase the probability of project success by ensuring that stakeholders understand the project benefits and risks. For this process, he could use all of the following tools and techniques except?
153. A project manager working on a construction project identifies a risk of a heavy storm in the coming months which might affect the construction activity. However, he doesn't have any reliable information on the weather forecast or the severity of the storm. In this case, what is the best project manager can do?
154. You are a project manager working on a compliance project in a banking firm. The project is scheduled to complete six weeks from now. Your sponsor tells you that if the project is finished sooner, the company can get some monetary incentives offered by the government. Deciding to fast track the project, would have what effect?
155. You have identified a risk earlier in the project and accepted it. While monitoring the project, the risk occurred. Which of the following documents helps in taking further action?
156. While identifying risks for a new construction project, you discover that a chemical you are using on your building cannot be applied in rainy conditions. You also learn that your project will be ready for the chemical application around the time when most of the rainfall happens in that part of the country. Since the project can't be delayed until after the rainy season and you need to make sure the building gets the chemical coating. You decide that your team will just have to work around the rain. Which strategy is this an example of?
157. Defining ------------- will provide a structure for systematically identifying risks to a consistent level of detail during the project planning process. The areas defined in this process should reflect common sources of risk for the industry or application area.
158. The project manager has just found an unidentified risk which requires workaround. The project manager is working for weak matrix organization. Who approves this workaround?
159. Risk related contractual decisions is used when created in which of the following plans?
160. Two team members are arguing over who was responsible for distributing the risk status. Where should they look to clarify the responsibility?
161. The project team is in the process of performing qualitative risk analysis. All of the following updates will be included within the risk register updates except:
162. Communication management plan contains all of the following except:
163. While executing the project, risk trigger was identified. The project manager responds to this with contingency plan which proved to be ineffective. One of the stakeholders is not happy with this and escalates about his dissatisfaction with risk management team. What should the project manager do?
164. The project team is in the process of developing risk responses. While dealing with a particular risk, the team discover that it cannot be avoided and attempts to transfer or mitigate the risk is unsuccessful. What the team should do?
165. All are inputs to Plan stakeholder management except for:
166. A Project manager is in the planning stage. In the first planning meeting, the project manager has begun the initial process of finding the risk tolerance levels and attitudes of the stakeholders. Which of the following provides good platform for the project manager to start this step?
167. All of the following are included in risk management plan except
168. Which of the following inputs provide information to compare the actual technical accomplishments during project execution to the project's planned schedule of technical achievements?
169. You are the project manager of a construction project. You have completed the risk response planning with your project team and ready to update the risk register to reflect the risk response. Which of the following statements best describes the level of detail you should include with the risk responses which has been created?
170. Which of the following is not an input for identifying stakeholders process?
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