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Module 2 Quiz – Scope and Activities
You'll need to correctly answer at least 8 of the 10 questions below (at least 80%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is a decomposition of all the work necessary to complete a project. A WBS is arranged in a hierarchy and constructed to allow for clear and logical groupings, either by activities or deliverables.
Question #2: A stakeholder excludes your employees or sub-contractors.
Question #3: Defining the project activities involves identifying the specific tasks needing to be done in order to produce the project's deliverables.
Question #4: Knowledge of the terms in the WBS dictionary is not necessary to successfully complete a project.
Question #5: Unplanned changes to scope is called scope creep.
Question #6: It is not necessary to clarify the parameters of the project immediately, especially if there is an urgency to begin.
Question #7: Keeping projects on track - especially in the face of constant change requests and additions - is a project manager's greatest challenge.
Question #8: Making sure that you have a very clear scope when starting a project is essential.
Question #9: Defining the activities is a simple, broad-brush step, used to note key processes, but not the details.
Question #10: It is best not to share bad news with the client, such as being behind on schedule, as it will reflect poorly on your project management skills.