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Michael and John are having some conflicts and they come to you. Since you are too busy and the problem is complex, you go with the midway of both parties and partially satisfy both of them. What conflict resolution technique are you using here?
  1. Accommodate
  2. Withdraw
  3. Collaborate
  4. Compromise

Q2. A project manager is quantifying risk for her project. Several of her experts are offsite, but wish to be included. How can this be done?

  1. Use Monte Carlo analysis using the Internet as a tool
  2. Apply the critical path method
  3. Determine options for recommended corrective action
  4. Apply the Delphi technique.
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Q3. You have a project with a budget of 100,000 USD. The duration of the project is 20 months, and the work is evenly distributed throughout the duration. After 10 months, you review the project’s progress and you find that 55% of the work is completed and 65,000 USD has been spent. Based on the above information, you come to the conclusion that:

  1. The project is behind schedule
  2. The project is ahead of schedule
  3. The project is under budget
  4. Not enough information
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Q4. Which of the following is the WORST way to resolve conflict?

  1. Compromising
  2. Forcing
  3. Smoothing
  4. Withdrawal.
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Q5. The project you are working on has an increase in cost effectiveness, increased productivity, and increased morale. What might be the reason for these changes?

  1. Project objectives are in line with those of the performing organization
  2. Increased quality
  3. Management’s focus on cost containment
  4. Rewards presented for individual efforts
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Q6. Midway through the Collect Requirements process, a project manager finds there are many unresolved issues regarding product requirements. Which of the following is usually the best way to discover and resolve issues?

  1. Interviewing
  2. Use of a stakeholder register
  3. Questionnaires
  4. Workshops
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Q7. A good friend at work tells you that when his wife was diagnosed with cancer, he stole items from work and sold them, using the money for her treatment. He has since paid back the money taken, in ways that kept his theft secret. Ethically, what should you do?

  1. Advise your friend to tell his company and do nothing
  2. Report him to his manager
  3. Talk with a lawyer to see if this can be justified
  4. Attempt to gather evidence to determine whether or not the theft in fact occurred.
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Q8. You are managing an oil-drilling project. With oil at $143 per barrel, this could be a highly lucrative project. However, there is a chance that the price of oil will drop below $105 per barrel, which would eliminate the profit in the project. This is an example of:

  1. Requirement
  2. Assumption
  3. Risk
  4. Constraint
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Q9. A project manager wants to use a group decision-making technique to generate, classify and prioritize requirements. Which of these is not a valid group decision-making technique?

  1. Plurality
  2. Singularity
  3. Majority
  4. Unanimity
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Q10. If the optimistic estimate is 1, the pessimistic is 9, and the mostly estimate is 8, what is the PERT estimate?

  1. 9
  2. 7
  3. 8
  4. 3
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