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PMP Chapter 6

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A previous project that can be adapted for the current project complete with forms that are pre-populated with organizational specific information are called (BLANK). Template
Planning the immediate portions of the project in detail and the future portions at a higher level is known as (BLANK). Rolling Wave Planning
The work package, which is the smallest component in the WBS, is further broken down into (BLANK) which includes labor managing project time. Schedule Activites
True or False - Since activities are directly derived from the work packages, no activity should fall outside of the project scope. True - Activities should be created directly from the WBS (Scope Baseline).
What are the 3 outputs of the Process 6.2 Define Activities? 1. The Activity List 2. Activity Attributes 3. Milestone List
To ensure the project team has detailed information, each activity is further defined. An identifying number, the preceding and succeeding activities and/or the leads and lags may be included, as well as other info. These are called (BLANK) Activity Attributes
Also known as Mandatory Dependency, this term describes activities that must happen in a particular order. For instance, the dirt must be excavated before the foundation can be built. Hard Logic
Requiring that the painting activity be completed prior to the start of the carpeting installation activity is an example of which PDM activity relationship? Finish to Start
Activities in the (BLANK) have no float and sum to the project duration. Critical Path
True or False - There can be more than one critical path. True
A form of schedule compression that adds resources to an activity on the critical path in an effort to complete rapidly. Crashing
Relying on historical information to predict what current activity durations should be is known as what? Analogous estimating
What are the three estimates that comprise a 3-Point Estimate? Optimistic, Most Likely and Pessimisstic
True or False - 3-Point Averaging should fall closer to the "Most Likely" estimate than PERT. False - PERT weighs the "Most Likely" estimate 4 times more than optimistic or pessimistic.
Positive Time that moves two or more activities further apart and is also known as "waiting" is (BLANK) Lag time
Process 6.7 Schedule Control feeds change requests to what other Project Management Process and Code of Accounts? 4.5 Integrated Change Control
(BLANK) works to modify the project schedule based on the availability of resources rather than activity sequencing. CCM or Critical Chain Method
Crashing adds resources to an activity but it also adds (BLANK). Cost
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