1. Which of the following is more reflective of managerial task?a. creating vision and strategiesb. problem-solvingc. long-term risk-takingd. communication by word and deed2. Which of the following is more reflective of a leader’s task?a. efficiency of operationsb. delegation and maintainingc. motivation and inspirationd. marshalling resources3. A more apt title for a project manager is ______________.a. controllerb. comptrollerc. project directord. project leader4. Friendliness with a purpose describes ______________.a. empathyb. self-regulationc. obsequiousnessd. social skill5. Project management is first and foremost a ______________ challenge.a. people managementb. customer servicec. perception managementd. budget management6. The ability to cognitively bring the past and future closer together is ______________.a. creating future visionb. time warpingc. time compressingd. tesseracting7. A project manager should have the ability to generate estimates of what will occur in thefuture, which is termed ______________.a. time warpingb. creating future visionc. predictingd. chunking time8. The organizational structure for the project team, including policies and procedures, is the_______________.a. work breakdown structureb. rules statementc. scope statementd. management plan9. Which of these scope statement steps create the all-important bureaucracy for a project?a. the management planb. the work breakdown structurec. the scope baselined. the project goal criteria10. In the case of projects developed for external clients, work authorization typically addresses______________.a. budget linkageb. audit trail establishmentc. resource requirementsd. contractual obligations11. All projects are promised in terms of the specific functionality or performance criteria they will meet. The key feature of the contractual documentation that specifies this functionality or criteria is the ______________.a. contractual requirementsb. valid considerationc. contracted termsd. contractual performance12. The exchange that is specified by the contractual documentation is ______________.a. the termsb. valid considerationc. reciprocityd. fair and unencumbered13. The status accounting step of configuration management functions primarily as_____________.a. a hierarchyb. binding arbitrationc. cost controld. memory14. If viewed from a flow standpoint, the stage of configuration management that has provisionfor variable routing to the next step, depending on outcome at this stage, is _______________.a. configuration controlb. configuration reviewsc. status accountingd. configuration identification15. Your first project team meeting got off to a bad start when the functional manager for yourteam’s physician refused to allow her to attend the meeting. This ______________.a. goal-oriented conflict threatened the project’s success.b. administrative conflict posed a serious threat to the project’s success.c. interpersonal conflict was devastating to the project’s chance for success.d. interactionist conflict meant there would be no project completion party in your future.16. The husband in the marriage project meekly apologized and hid in the garage while the otherproject team member rampaged through the house. The husband holds the ______________view of conflict.a. behavioralb. interactionistc. traditionald. attributional17. Some of the team members took great delight in stirring the pot at team meetings. They knew just how to get each team member agitated and then sat back and enjoyed the show. Thesetrouble-makers defended their actions by claiming that they took the _______________ view of conflict.a. traditionalb. behavioralc. the high reliabilityd. the interactionist18. When a project manager imposes a judgment on warring parties, he is involved in______________.a. mediationb. eliminationc. arbitrationd. acceptance19. Principled negotiation is the art of ______________.a. getting agreement with the other party while maintaining a win-win attitudeb. refusing to compromise your principles for the sake of a business dealc. creating conflict to test for an adversary’s weakness and reducing conflict once theweakness has been exposedd. dividing your resources in the face of superior numbers20. An excellent starting point in negotiations is to ______________.a. deduce their intentions from your fearsb. identify the person that is the source of the problemc. deduce their fears from your intentionsd. put yourself in their shoes21. The greatest project risk occurs when the probability of the event is _______________ and theconsequences of the event are ______________.a. high; highb. high; lowc. low; highd. low; low22. The greatest project opportunity occurs when the project is in the _______________ phase.a. conceptb. developmentc. implementationd. termination23. The amount a company has at stake in a project rises above the dollar value of opportunity in the ______________ phase.a. implementationb. developmentc. conceptd. termination24. The mouse executive board meeting was drawing to a conclusion; the only way they would be able to detect the presence of the cat was to tie a bell around its tail. Under their riskmanagement identification scheme, this would fall under _______________ risk.a. commercialb. executionc. financiald. technical25. A method for conducting risk factor identification that consolidates the judgments of isolated, anonymous respondents is _______________.a. a brainstorming meetingb. the Delphi methodc. past historyd. multiple assessments

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