#1 Which could be the benefits of using PRINCE2?
1. Defines an economic structure of reports
2. Provides a defined structure for accountability and delegation
3. Ensures participants focus on the viability of the project
4. Enables organizational change management
#2 The guiding obligations and good practices which determine if the project is genuinely managed using PRINCE2 relate to _________
#3 Which of the following principle addresses associations of projects with corporate strategy?
Defined roles and responsibilities
Continued business justification
Tailor to suit the project environment
Focus on products
#4 Which one of the following is not concerned with ‘manage by exception’ principle?
Setting tolerances against six objectives
Putting an assurance mechanism to ensure each management layer is confident that controls are effective
Having a detailed plan for short term and an outline plan for the long term for control
Ensuring decisions are made in the right level in the organization
#5 Who is responsible for ensuring that the desired outcome of the project is specified?
The Project Manager
The Senior User
The entire Project Board
#6 Which of the following is not a review point for Business Case?
At each stage end by the Project Board
As a part of impact assessment by the Project Manager in response to an issue
As a part of benefits review by corporate management
At each of the team review meetings
#7 When the Change Authority needs to get defined?
During the ‘Starting up a Project’
As a part of ‘Managing a Project’
During ‘Controlling a Project’
Before the Project moves out of Initiation Stage
#8 Who is primarily responsible for the technical integrity of the project?
#9 Which one of the following is not true of quality assurance?
Is the function within the organization which establishes and maintains the quality management system
Providing assurance to the wider corporate or programme organization that the project is being conducted appropriately
Is the responsibility of the Project Board
Is independent of the project team
#10 Which of the following principles is not a purpose of the quality review technique?
To baseline the product for change control
To get acceptance for the product
To promote wider acceptance of the product
To provide information that the product is complete and ready for approval
#11 When does a Team Plan get created?
On approval of the Project Plan by the Project Board
On approval of the Stage Plan by the Project Board
In parallel with the Project Manager creating the Stage Plan for the Management Stage
During initiating a project
#12 How many levels of Plans are recommended by PRINCE2?
It can vary with the project context
#13 Which can be a goal of the Evaluate step in a Risk management procedure?
Prepare specific management responses to threats and opportunities
Understand the stakeholders view of the specific risks captured
Understand how quickly the risks are expected to materialize if no actions were taken
Assess whether the project has continued business justification
#14 ‘Do –something if the risk occurs’ option related to which of the following risk responses?
#15 Which is not a consideration when the Project Board considers a request for change?
Using the change budget
Using the project tolerance
Increasing the project budget
#16 Which of the following documents continuously maintains information on the progress of a product?
Product status description
Configuration Item Record
Product Status Account
#17 Which of the following does not connote to PRINCE2 approach to Progress?
Time driven and event driven progress reporting and reviews
Delegation of authority from one level to next level below it
Continuous reporting of project progress to Project Board
Dividing the project into management stages and authorizing the Project one stage at a time
#18 Which of the following does not get tolerances associated?
#19 Which could be a purpose of ‘Starting up a Project’ process?
Incorporate the lessons learned in prior projects
Ensure that the change control procedures are well documented
Develop roles and responsibilities for appropriate risk management
Prevent poorly conceived projects being initiated
#20 X is a Project – launched as a part of Programme A. During preparation of which document, the Project Manager for X will first consider these interdependencies?
#21 When does the ‘Directing a Project’ start?
Alongwith ‘Starting up a Project’ process
On completion of ‘Starting up a Project’ process
Anytime during the Project duration
As decided by the Project Board
#22 What could be a best sequence of following reports to report on issues – as applicable?
Issue Reports, Highlight Reports, Exception Reports
Highlight reports, Checkpoint reports , Exception Reports
Exception Reports, Issue Reports, Highlight Reports
Exception Reports, Highlight Reports, Issue Reports
#23 Which of the following gets included in the Communication Management Strategy?
Target dates for deliverables
#24 Which is not a primary use of the PID?
Ensuring that the project has a sound basis before making major commitments
Providing the information about the status of the products within defined limits
Providing a base document to assess the ongoing viability of the project
Gathering information for agreement by key stakeholders
#25 Which activity is likely to examine the Product Status Account?
Take corrective action
Review the stage status
Receive completed Work Package
Review Work Package status
#26 Which of the following is not a trigger for the Project Manager to authorize a Work Package?
Approval of the Exception Plan
A new issue entering the Issue Register
#27 Who may need to be first consulted while producing the Team Plan?
Project business Assurance
Project user Assurance
Project supplier Assurance
#28 Which is not a part of the Work Package?
Stage Plan extract
Quality methods to be used
Benefit Review dates of the outcome of the Work package
#29 Which of the following represents a purpose of ‘Managing a Stage Boundary’ Process?
Tracking to ensure if the delivery of project’s products remain with agreed tolerances
Producing an Exception Plan
Reporting the progress of the stage
Allocating the work to the concerned resources
#30 Which of the following represent purposes of ‘Closing a Project’?
To provide a fixed point for which acceptance for the project product can be confirmed
To provide the Project Board with information to confirm continued business justification
To assess the extent of risks for the project
To Update Lessons Report
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