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MGT437 Self-Assessment Questions
Week Five Project Termination
Note: Answers to questions appear on the last page of this document.
1. The primary purpose of a final project audit is to:
a. Reward participants
b. Recommend improvements for future projects
c. Lower costs
d. Introduce new products
e. Help the environment
2. Which of the following is least needed in the final project audit report?
a. Current status
b. Project start date
c. Future status
d. Status of crucial tasks
e. Limitations of the audit
3. Which of the following is not a way to close out a project:
a. Extinction
b. Integration
c. Starvation
d. Addition
e. Fatigue
4. What are the primary goals of control?
a. Performance, attendance, organizational structure
b. Cost, participation, monitoring
c. Attendance, scope, termination
d. Time, cost, performance
e. Crashing, monitoring, termination
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5. The primary reason for project failure is:
a. Poor planning
b. Objectives successful complete
c. New boss
d. Project manager quit
e. Earthquake
6. The termination process includes:
a. Complete documentation, redistribute personnel, final report
b. Planning staffing resource allocation
c. Monitoring, measuring, corrective action
d. Scheduling, team building, management support
e. Justifying projects, allocating resources, setting project goals
7. The most critical factor in the success of a project is:
a. The project mission statement
b. Trouble shooting
c. Communication
d. The network
e. An easy evaluator
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MGT437 Answers to Self-Assessment Questions
Author, chapter, and subtitle references below each answer
1. b.
Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 12, 12.1 Purpose of Evaluation-Goals of the System
2. b.
Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 12, 12.2 The Project Audit
3. e.
Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, 13.1 The Varieties of Project Termination
4. d.
Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 11, Summary
5. a.
Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, 13.2 When to Terminate a Project
6. a.
Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, The Termination Process
7. a.
Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, 13.2 When to Terminate a Project

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MGT437 Project Management MGT437 Self-Assessment Questions Week Five – Project Termination Note: Answers to questions appear on the last page of this document. 1. The primary purpose of a final project audit is to: a. Reward participants b. Recommend improvements for future projects c. Lower costs d. Introduce new products e. Help the environment 2. Which of the following is least needed in the final project audit report? a. Current status b. Project start date c. Future status d. Status of crucial tasks e. Limitations of the audit 3. Which of the following is not a way to close out a project: a. Extinction b. Integration c. Starvation d. Addition e. Fatigue 4. What are the primary goals of control? a. Performance, attendance, organizational structure b. Cost, participation, monitoring c. Attendance, scope, termination d. Time, cost, performance e. Crashing, monitoring, termination Page 1 mgt437r MGT437 Project Management 5. The primary reason for project failure is: a. Poor planning b. Objectives successful complete c. New boss d. Project manager quit e. Earthquake 6. The termination process includes: a. Complete documentation, redistribute personnel, final report b. Planning staffing resource allocation c. Monitoring, measuring, corrective action d. Scheduling, team building, management support e. Justifying projects, allocating resources, setting project goals 7. The most critical factor in the success of a project is: a. The project mission statement b. Trouble shooting c. Communication d. The network e. An easy evaluator Page 2 mgt437r MGT437 Project Management MGT437 Answers to Self-Assessment Questions Author, chapter, and subtitle references below each answer 1. b. Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 12, 12.1 Purpose of Evaluation-Goals of the System 2. b. Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 12, 12.2 The Project Audit 3. e. Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, 13.1 The Varieties of Project Termination 4. d. Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 11, Summary 5. a. Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, 13.2 When to Terminate a Project 6. a. Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, The Termination Process 7. a. Meredith & Mantel: Chapter 13, 13.2 When to Terminate a Project Page 3 mgt437r Name: Description: ...
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