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PMI PgMP Program Management Professional (PgMP) Exam Practice Test

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Program Management Professional (PgMP) Questions and Answers

Question 1

You are the program manager for your organization. Your current program is to create a new recreational facility in your city. Franklin, the Chief Executive Officer, is concerned about meeting all of the financial and schedule requirements of the proposed program. Martina, the mayor of your town, wants to make certain the program meets all safety requirements and building codes. Your supervisor, Mary Ann, is the Program Director, and she is concerned about the start date of your program. Another stakeholder, Hal, is worried that your resources may be spread thin on the program as some of the resources are on multiple projects in your program.

To whom will you report to in this program?

Options:

A.

Franklin

B.

Martina

C.

Hal

D.

Mary Ann

Question 2

A program manager is concerned because several change requests in a component project are causing delays to the program's work package milestones. There are insufficient skilled resources within the component project to complete both the change requests and the milestone tasks.

What should the program manager do next to address this risk?

Options:

A.

Prioritize which resources are critical to the project based on an impact analysis of the critical change requests and update the program roadmap.

B.

Prioritize which change requests are critical to the project based on an impact analysis, resource only critical change requests until overdue milestones are achieved, and update the risk register.

C.

Mandate that no component project change requests will be processed until overdue milestones have been completed and update the risk register to reflect this.

D.

Add the lack of skilled resources to facilitate the large number of change requests to the issue log.

Question 3

A company is building a global monitoring network in 40 countries. The program completes the planning phase and a review is conducted of the program components’ strategic alignment with the intended program and company goals. The review identifies issues that should be resolved to improve program progress. One of the issues identified is the lack of incorporation of both software and configuration management tools.

Which of the following must be addressed?

Options:

A.

Program performance monitoring and controlling

B.

Program management information system (PMIS)

C.

Program delivery management

D.

Program roadmap

Question 4

Holly is the program manager for her program. She is creating with her team a plan that will address how the program team will achieve program goals based on who the program will need to interact with in the program. This plan should define all of the people, groups, and other entities the program needs to interact with in order to move the program forward. On what plan is Holly working?

Options:

A.

Stakeholder management plan

B.

Communications management plan

C.

Human resource management plan

D.

Interface management plan

Question 5

A municipal agency manages a city's water and wastewater infrastructure. Its six-year capital improvement program (CIP) is approximately US$4 billion, and is used for such things as improving aging infrastructure, addressing regulatory requirements, and upgrading facilities. The mayor and key stakeholders are concerned because of yearly rate increases for residents. After receiving proposals from program managers for this key program, which is half of the current CIP, a program management team is hired and receives an approved business case.

What should the project manager do next?

Options:

A.

Discuss the program change and its challenges.

B.

Create a program management plan.

C.

Conduct a program performance analysis.

D.

Develop a program charter.

Question 6

As a program manager you must also understand the project management lifecycle and the project lifecycle. What is the difference between the two?

Options:

A.

The project management lifecycle and the project lifecycle are the same thing.

B.

The project management lifecycle is comprised of the phases initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing. The project lifecycle is comprised of phases that are unique to the project work.

C.

The project management lifecycle is unique to each project while the project lifecycle is universal to all projects.

D.

The project management lifecycle is universal to all projects and the project lifecycle is unique to each project.

Question 7

An organization requests that a junior project manager, with no previous experience or training in the industry, take over a complex program component. The program component involves senior subject matter experts and has dependencies with other large projects to deliver key benefits to the organization.

How should the junior project manager respond to this request?

Options:

A.

Accept the assignment, identify the skill gaps, and request training.

B.

Reject the assignment, because of the ethical requirement not to accept work for which the project manager is not qualified.

C.

Accept the assignment as a challenge and an opportunity to acquire new skills and seek advice from a senior project manager.

D.

Reject the assignment because of fear of failure and resulting negative career impact.

Question 8

An organization is considering a new program. The business analyst believes that the benefits to the organization would equate to $1,550,000 in five years. If the rate of return for this program is six percent what is the maximum amount the organization should invest in this program?

Options:

A.

$1,158,250

B.

It depends on the internal decision making process. C. $2,074,249

C.

$1,550,000

Question 9

After program closure, the lessons learned document becomes the part of?

Options:

A.

The risk register

B.

The company's organizational process assets

C.

The program's performance record

D.

The program charter

Question 10

Which of the following can be an effective tool during quality control to help determine the how the problem occurred?

Options:

A.

Rework

B.

Flowcharting

C.

Trend Analysis

D.

Pareto Diagram

Question 11

You are the program manager for your organization. Management has assigned you to a new program that has been chartered. Your team is in the process of the Manage Program Issues process. One of the two outputs of this process is change requests. Which one of the following is the other one?

Options:

A.

Audit reports

B.

Program management plan

C.

Program performance reports

D.

Program issues register updates

Question 12

You are the program manager for your project. You are working with the project managers regarding the procurement processes for their projects. You have ruled out one particular contract type because it is considered too risky for the program. Which one of the following contract types is usually considered to be the most dangerous for the buyer?

Options:

A.

Cost plus incentive fee

B.

Cost plus percentage of costs

C.

Time and materials

D.

Fixed fee

Question 13

You are the program manager for your organization and you are trying to determine the possible outcomes of

a risk event. You're analyzing the risk event's worst case scenario, most likely scenario, and optimistic scenario to simulate the possible affects of the risk on the program's cost, time, and scope ramifications. What simulation technique are you using in this situation?

Options:

A.

Monte Carlo simulation

B.

Sensitivity analysis

C.

Force field analysis

D.

Decision tree analysis

Question 14

You are the program manager of the YHT Program. You have been working with a vendor in the program but have decided that the contract between your program and the vendor needs to be terminated. What two things must be documented if you wish to terminate a vendor's contract?

Options:

A.

Contract and the quality measurements for the vendor's work

B.

The scope verification document and the termination notice

C.

Contract and scope verification process documents

D.

Work that has been completed and uncompleted work

Question 15

A program includes the development and shipping of 12 million product units over the next year. However, one program supplier has a history of overestimating its planned volume, which puts the product launch at risk.

What should the program manager do to monitor and control the supplier?

Options:

A.

Use expert judgment, and update the program procurement plan.

B.

Seek stakeholder approval of program procurement management activities.

C.

Examine performance reports, audits, and inspections.

D.

Review proposal evaluation criteria, risk analyses, and mitigation strategies.

Question 16

Josh is the program manager for his organization and he's leading the analysis for a new program that may be initiated by his company. The analysis is a focus on the return on investment for new software that may be created if the program is initiated. What type of a document is Josh likely creating for his company?

Options:

A.

Business case

B.

Program charter

C.

Program scope statement

D.

Statement of work

Question 17

You are program manager for the HYH Program. Your program governance is requiring you to use earned value management to predict how closely your program is tracking to the cost and schedule baselines and to predict overall program performance. Which earned value management formula can you use to predict how much more will need to be invested in the program based on current program performance?

Options:

A.

EV/AC

B.

EV/PV

C.

BAC/CPI

D.

EAC-AC

Question 18

Robert is the program manager for his organization which operates in a matrix structure.

Resources in Robert's program will be utilized on several projects in and out of his program. He wants to be certain that all of the resources will be planned accordingly and that the project managers communicate with one another about when the resources will be needed and utilized in the projects. What plan should Robert create along with the project managers to ensure that the resources are scheduled and managed effectively?

Options:

A.

Resource management plan

B.

Program management calendar

C.

Schedule management plan

D.

Resource calendar

Question 19

You are the program manager of the HNG Program. This program has a budget at completion of $2,345,900 and is expected to last two years. The program is currently 30 percent complete and you have spent

$789,000. The program is supposed to be 35 percent complete but do to some delays you're slightly behind

schedule. Based on this information, what is the schedule performance index (SPI) for this program?

Options:

A.

$821,065 B. .86

B.

1.05

C.

.89

Question 20

You are a program manager for a large construction program. You need to ensure that the projects in the program are in accordance with the schedule. You are tracking start and finish dates for them. Which of the following processes are you on?

Options:

A.

Report Program Performance

B.

Monitor and Control Program Scope

C.

Monitor and Control Program Schedule

D.

Monitor and Control Program Performance

Question 21

You are the project manager for the JJY Project, which is similar to the HHG Project you managed last quarter. You would like to model the current project scope on the previous project to save time and effort. This is an example of what kind of scope definition?

Options:

A.

Analogous estimating

B.

Organizational process assets

C.

Parametric scope definition

D.

Template driven

Question 22

You are the project manager for the GGG Project and are about to close the project kick off meeting. All of the project team members and the key stakeholders are in attendance. What final item should you talk about before closing the meeting?

Options:

A.

Discuss the importance of the project scope.

B.

Thank everyone for attending.

C.

Discuss the action items and the importance of the items being completed as planned.

D.

Remind everyone that you're the project manager if they have QUESTION NO: NOs.

Question 23

You are the program manager for the BHN Program. Your program has 122 stakeholders that you'll need to plan to communicate with. Considering the size of the program how many communication channels do you have in this program?

Options:

A.

244

B.

122

C.

14,884

D.

7,381

Question 24

A program stakeholder is concerned about information they receive about a project. Who is responsible for reviewing the communications management plan to assure adequate information is provided to the stakeholder?

Options:

A.

Program sponsor

B.

Communications manager

C.

Project manager

D.

Program manager

Question 25

Part of program management is to identify what motivates your program team members. If you subscribe to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, which need is at the top of the hierarchy?

Options:

A.

Physiological

B.

Safety

C.

Self actualization

D.

Esteem

Question 26

An initiative involves the development of new technology and leverages existing technologies. It is determined critical by the program governance board and the program sponsor that a comprehensive risk management plan be put in place.

In what phase is the risk management plan created?

Options:

A.

Program definition

B.

Program execution management

C.

Program delivery

D.

Program risk management planning

Question 27

A new program manager joins a multi-year program that has been underway for almost a year. During interviews, several stakeholders state that they do not understand how the program will help the organization.

At the next stakeholder meeting, what should the program manager present to address their concerns?

Options:

A.

Program charter

B.

Program scope assessment results

C.

Business and program roadmap

D.

Expected program benefits management plan

Question 28

All of the following are benefits of a program except for which one?

Options:

A.

Projects can operate independently of one another.

B.

Resource management in a program allows resources to be shared across all projects in the program.

C.

The program manager can use the same approach in stakeholder management for all projects in the program.

D.

All projects follow the policies of the program and organization.

Question 29

You are the program manager of the BHG Program. One of the projects in your program will be using new materials that are somewhat untested. You are worried that there may be delays and waste because the project team is unaware of how to accurately use these materials. You elect to send the people that will be using the new materials through training on how to complete their project work. You also allow them to purchase some of the materials to experiment on their use before the actual project work is to be done. You want to ensure that mistakes do not enter into the project. What type of action have you provided in this scenario?

Options:

A.

This is an example of a preventive action.

B.

This is an example of team development.

C.

This is an example of quality assurance.

D.

This is an example of a corrective action.

Question 30

What cost estimating approach uses the work breakdown structure to create a cost estimate?

Options:

A.

Analogous

B.

Definitive

C.

Top down

D.

Parametric

Question 31

You are coaching Tammy, a project manager in your program, on the benefits of program management. She is stumped as to why you would create a program so you're sharing with her all the difference benefits of a program. Which one of the following is a benefit of creating a program?

Options:

A.

Programs always cost less than multiple projects in an organization.

B.

Project management is centralized to the program manager.

C.

Programs provide centralized risk management.

D.

Program management makes communication easier among the project managers and project team.

Question 32

You are the program manager for your organization. You're currently creating an accountability matrix starting with yourself, the program manager and the program sponsor. What program management process identifies the program sponsor?

Options:

A.

Pre-program setup phase

B.

Authorization of program processes and projects

C.

Initiate program process

D.

Initiation of the program management team

Question 33

A company is evaluating the implementation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. The program manager performs an analysis to confirm the program's feasibility.

What other important step should the program manager complete?

Options:

A.

Development of the program's vision statement

B.

Review of strategic goals against any external environmental factors

C.

Identification and documentation of the initial risks for ERP software implementation

D.

Mapping of the financial benefits to the ERP software's functionality

Question 34

A program is completed and the expected benefits are realized.

Before executing the transition and closing of the program, what should the program manager do?

Options:

A.

Create a final program report

B.

Archive documents and lessons learned

C.

Obtain approval from the program governance board to initiate program closure activities

D.

Perform administrative and program management information system (PMIS) closure activities

Question 35

A program is midway through the program delivery phase when a key stakeholder asks if the program is meeting its defined objectives.

How should the program manager demonstrate the program's progress?

Options:

A.

Define the key performance indicators (KPIs) for the program's outcome.

B.

Invite the key stakeholder to review the program charter and the program objectives.

C.

Provide additional program performance reports to the key stakeholder.

D.

Maintain the benefits register and provide it to the key stakeholder.

Question 36

You are the program manager for your organization and your team has reported on a new issue among your program stakeholders. You want to address this issue as soon as possible, but it will need to be studied and reviewed. You recommend that Shirley, one of your program team members, study the issue and present a few solutions in a week's time. What else should you do with the issue?

Options:

A.

Determine the time and cost of researching the issue for resolution.

B.

Record the issue in the issue log.

C.

Document the issue in the lessons learned.

D.

Communicate with the stakeholders that you are addressing the issue.

Question 37

Marty is the project manager of the recently completed NHK Project. The project was deemed successful by the project customer and they have signed the formal acceptance documentation. Marty has written the final project report, released the project team, and completed the lessons learned documentation. What else should Marty do in the closure of the NHK Project?

Options:

A.

Summarize the project variance.

B.

Archive the project records.

C.

Summarize the project risks costs.

D.

Close the project office.

Question 38

Which of the following statements are true regarding the Monitoring and Controlling Program Risks process? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Choose all that apply.

Options:

A.

Risk Monitoring and Control is an ongoing process for the life of the program.

B.

Planned risk responses should be continuously monitored for new and changing risks.

C.

Monitoring reduces the impact of risk by identifying, analyzing, reporting, and managing risks on a continuous basis.

D.

It is the process of selecting the most suitable response to reduce the threats to the program objectives.

Question 39

Don is the project manager of the NQP Project for his organization. This project is scheduled to last for 18 months and will have several elements of the project that have government regulations. Management is concerned with the regulations and would like Don to report on the activities that will be affected by the regulations. What document should Don reference for information on the activities and the regulations?

Options:

A.

Risk management plan

B.

Risk register

C.

Activity list

D.

Activity list and attributes

Question 40

An experienced program manager is leading a development program in a new company. While reviewing company procedures for formulating a program, they discover there is no company practice for managing key suppliers.

What should the program manager do first to obtain program approval?

Options:

A.

Prepare the stakeholder engagement plan for approval by the program steering committee.

B.

Analyze the business environment to identify key stakeholders, and then perform a stakeholder analysis.

C.

Conduct a brainstorming session with the program team to identify and analyze external stakeholders.

D.

Create a project-level stakeholder analysis, and then perform a high-level program stakeholder analysis.

Question 41

After a company's senior executive management meeting, the CEO issues a mandate to automate a new- client on-boarding process that would effectively eliminate the current, manual, paper-based process. The assigned program sponsor selects a program manager.

Both the program sponsor and the program manager must ensure that the program charter contains which of the following?

Options:

A.

Justification, benefits management plan, scope, and resources needed

B.

Justification, benefits strategy, scope, and resource management plan

C.

Justification, outcomes, scope, and stakeholder considerations

D.

Justification, benefits management plan, program business case, and stakeholder considerations

Question 42

You are the program manager for your program and are creating a communications management plan. Management wants you to address the type of communications based on the number of communication channels you'll have within the program. Currently there are 345 stakeholders in your program but next week you'll have 387 stakeholders. How many more communication channels will you have next week in your program?

Options:

A.

59,340

B.

15,351

C.

861

D.

74,691

Question 43

You have identified several issues in your program and have assigned issue owners. What component of program management oversees issue resolution?

Options:

A.

Program governance

B.

Program risk management

C.

Quality assurance

D.

Issue owner management

Question 44

You are the program manager for your organization. Your current program has fourteen projects and one project manager in your program is about to close her project. She will need all of the following inputs to the close project process except for which one?

Options:

A.

Project management plan

B.

Organizational process assets

C.

Project deliverables

D.

Quality control measurements

Question 45

You are the project manager of a construction project. You have to close a phase of the project. Which is the only technique (or tool) available in the Close Project or Phase process?

Options:

A.

Change control meetings

B.

Project management information system

C.

Expert judgment

D.

Observations

Question 46

A program has been established and preparation is complete.

Component projects are planned as a part of which of the following?

Options:

A.

Program definition phase

B.

Program formulation

C.

Program planning

D.

Program delivery phase

Question 47

To meet growth expectations and its board's mandate, an organization drafts a new business strategy to meet future challenges and put the business on track. Key to the new strategy is upgrading the IT infrastructure and strategic direction by transitioning from an on-premise to a cloud-based computing platform that will optimize costs and offer scalability, performance, and high availability.

To appropriately plan for program success, what should the program manager do to engage stakeholders?

Options:

A.

Outline how stakeholders will be engaged using the stakeholder register and stakeholder map.

B.

Understand the organizational culture and politics, the overall program impact, and program-related stakeholder concerns.

C.

Identify and clearly outline stakeholders' key requirements and expected benefits to create a framework that addresses ongoing program activities and stakeholder needs.

D.

Capture stakeholder issues and concerns in the issue log to help the program team understand stakeholder feedback and manage them to closure.

Question 48

Your program has a budget at completion of $1,550,000 and is expected to last one year.

Currently your program is 45 percent complete and has spent $725,000. According to the program schedule you are actually to be fifty percent complete by this time, but due to some vendor delays your program is running just a bit late. Based on this information which is performing worse, the cost or schedule?

Options:

A.

The schedule is performing worse because the SPI is .90

B.

The cost is performing worse because the EAC is $1,611,111.

C.

The schedule is performing worse because the SV is -$27,500.

D.

The cost is performing worse because the CPI is .96.

Question 49

A company hires a program manager to create a healthcare management system. After five months, the program manager identifies an opportunity to integrate an online medical solution, which could provide additional value to the stakeholders. The program sponsor approves the change in scope.

The program manager should ensure that the results obtained by this opportunity are working in tandem with which of the following?

Options:

A.

Critical success factors

B.

Key performance indicators

C.

Benefits management plan

D.

Stakeholder engagement plan

Question 50

You are the program manager for your organization and are working with Tracy, one of the project managers in your program. Tracy is having some trouble understanding the concept of the critical path in her project's network diagram. Which one of the following is the best definition of the critical path?

Options:

A.

It is the path that carries the most risk of project failure.

B.

It is the path that reveals the earliest date the project can finish.

C.

It is the path with the most important activities in the project.

D.

It is the duration of all the project activities if the labor is summed.

Question 51

Your program has just been chartered during the program initiation process. Your program also needs to create three program statements. Which program statement defines how your program will manage tradeoffs, competing objectives, and program and organization decisions?

Options:

A.

Value

B.

Vision

C.

Scope

D.

Mission

Question 52

Mike is the program manager of the NHQ Program. Mike and a vendor are in disagreement over the deliverable the vendor has created for Mike's program. Mike does not believe the vendor has correctly created the deliverable, while the vendor is adamant that his company has indeed completed the contract. Both parties have documented their stance in the debate.

This is an example of what?

Options:

A.

Breach of contract

B.

Issue

C.

Risk

D.

Claim

Question 53

What is the present value of a program that will be worth $3,567,000 if it lasts for six years and the rate of return is five percent?

Options:

A.

$1,550,850

B.

$3,532,000

C.

$2,502,750

D.

$2,661,750

Question 54

A request for proposal (RFP) yields a bid with a better delivery schedule and a lower cost, but originates from a vendor not on the prequalified vendor list. During the final review of the RFPs, the program manager is informed that the new bidder is a relative of the project manager. Although the bid meets all company policies, the program manager is concerned about a conflict of interest.

What should the program manager do?

Options:

A.

Select the best bid from the prequalified vendor list.

B.

Accept the bid from the new vendor and document the decision.

C.

Advise the sponsor of a possible conflict of interest prior to awarding the bid.

D.

Add the new vendor to the prequalified list and replace the project manager.

Question 55

You are the program manager for your organization and you're dealing with several issues about the materials used in the program. Right now, the issues have been assigned to issue owners for resolution in ten days. In the interim, what should you do with the issues?

Options:

A.

Nothing - the issue owners will manage all concerns with the issues.

B.

Record the issues in the issue register.

C.

Communicate the issue status with the program sponsor.

D.

Document the issues in the risk register.

Question 56

A company CEO meets with key customers to learn how they can be better served. After discovering that

some executive team members disagree with each other, the CEO asks the program management office (PMO) to develop a program to better serve key customers based on their strategic importance to the company’s long-term goals.

What should the program manager do to establish and successfully manage the program’s direction?

Options:

A.

Create a program strategy to obtain the required funding from the portfolio decision team

B.

Develop and foster relationships with stakeholders to improve communication

C.

Conduct stakeholder interviews to address their concerns and expectations

D.

Identify a list of projects, and then assign them suitable project managers

Question 57

A program experiences issues during execution. The stakeholders are concerned and the program manager feels pressure to act on these issues.

What tool should be used to trigger a planned response when receiving lower than expected results?

Options:

A.

Key performance indicators

B.

Benefits management plan

C.

Communications management plan

D.

Ishikawa diagram

Question 58

What is the primary purpose of a project kick-off meeting?

Options:

A.

To establish why the project has been initiated.

B.

To establish the direction and purpose of the project management plan.

C.

To establish the roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders.

D.

To establish who the project manager and project sponsor are for the project.

Question 59

You are the program manager for your organization and are reviewing several proposed change requests for your program. Mary, a stakeholder, who has made a change request is asking why it is taking you so long to review the change. You tell her that you must perform integrated change control to review each change request. What is integrated change control?

Options:

A.

It is the review of the impact of the change on the program's knowledge areas.

B.

It is the review of the impact of the change on the time, cost, scope, and quality baselines.

C.

It is the review of the impact of the change on the program's triple constraints.

D.

It is the review of the impact of the change on the program's Iron Triangle.

Question 60

A program to implement a new payroll processing system at a healthcare company is nearing completion and is under budget.

What should the program manager do next?

Options:

A.

Request permission from the program governance board to initiate program closure activities.

B.

Present additional opportunities to the program sponsor.

C.

Apply the remaining budget to operational activities.

D.

Apply the remaining budget to deferred enhancement requests.

Question 61

You are the program manager for your organization and are working on gathering the requirements for a new solution and mission statement. There are several instances in the stakeholder pool where the stakeholders and their manager are being queried on possible requirements. You worry that the subordinates may have requirements, ideas, and suggestions to offer but they may be not submitting their thoughts because they do not want to contradict their managers. You believe you need a method to gather all requirements without the stakeholders having any fear of retribution. Which one of the following allows you to anonymously gather iterations requirements and still allow all stakeholders to review what has been submitted in an attempt to find consensus?

Options:

A.

Delphi Technique

B.

Focus groups

C.

Web surveys

D.

Workshops

Question 62

What quality control chart compares two or more variables over time to determine how closely the variables may be related to one another?

Options:

A.

Run chart

B.

Scatter diagram

C.

Control chart

D.

Pareto diagram

Question 63

You are the program manager for your organization. Management has asked you to create a document that will capture the stakeholders concerns, perceived threats, and specific objectives about the program and its

projects. What document is management asking you to create in this instance?

Options:

A.

Requirements document

B.

Project charter

C.

Business case

D.

Scope statement

Question 64

You are the program manager for your organization. Management has asked you to create a method to track the program stakeholders' concerns, threats, and demands for communication. They would like you to map out each stakeholder or stakeholder group and identify trends within the chart to help your program communicate better. What type of a chart should you create for management?

Options:

A.

RACI chart

B.

Stakeholder analysis chart

C.

Roles and responsibilities chart

D.

Communication matrix

Question 65

You are the program manager for your organization. One of the projects within your program is to install 15,000 light fixtures throughout your organization's corporate campus. The new fixtures will save on electrical costs. Which one of the following choices is an ideal approach to quality assurance and the installation of the light fixtures for this project team?

Options:

A.

The cost and time of each installation should go down because of the learning curve.

B.

The project manager should work with the project team to understand how each fixture is to be installed.

C.

The project team members should develop their own system for installation of the fixtures.

D.

Use a checklist for the installation because it is repeatable work.

Question 66

The program manager must define the program and understand the organization’s target market and customer needs.

What should the program manager do first?

Options:

A.

Brainstorm with the program team to decide on the definitions of the target market.

B.

Meet with peers to identify the company’s competitors in the target market.

C.

Meet with the project managers to identify the target market.

D.

Work with the program sponsor to assess the needs of the target market.

Question 67

What project management term would you associated with a predetermined budget you’re your program?

Options:

A.

Program governance

B.

Constraint

C.

Cost baseline

D.

Assumption

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