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1.  What are the four lifecycle stages of a project?
3-Carryout Work
2.  Each stage has 3 different characteristics.  They are:
1-Cost and Staffing
3-Cost of Change
3.  Cost and staffing levels are lowest at which stage(s)of a project:
Starting and Closing stages
4.  Cost and staffing in highest during which stage(s) of a project?
Carrying out stage
5.  Level of Uncertainty is highest during which stage(s) of a project?
Starting stage
6.  Uncetainty is lowest during which stage(s) of a project?
Closing stage
7.  Cost of changes are lowest at which stage of a project?
Starting stage
8.  Cost of changes are highest at which stage of a project?
Closing stage
9.  How many steps are there in starting a project?
10.  What are the 7 steps of starting a project?
1-Determine the need and feasibility of the project.
2-Set Project goals
3-Create a proposal
4-Convince stakeholders
5-Determine resource requirements
6-Create budget
7-Appoint staff
11.  Organizing and Preparing stage has how many steps?
12.  What are the 6 steps to the Organizing and Planning stage?
1-Conduct research
2-Design prototype or service for testing
3-Prepare and Implement schedule
4-Identify project targets
5-Distribute tasks and resources to team
6-Adjust project team as necessary
13.  There are ___ steps in the Carrying out work stage?
14.  The 5 steps of Carrying out the work stage are?
1-Getting materials
2-building/producing a product or service.
3-Quality and Performance testing
4-Making modifications
5-Preparing product or service for delivery
15.  How many steps in the Closing the Project stage?
16.  What are the seven step in Closing the Project stage?
1-transferring product/serice to customer
2-completing all contractual agreements
3-transferring responsibility
4-training personnel
5-rewarding project team
6-Reassigning team members
7-transferring resources
17.  A PRODUCT lifecycle goes through how many stages?
18.  What are the five stages of a product lifecycle
1-Product inception and development
2-Market Introduction
3-Market Growth
4-Market Maturity
5-Sales Decline
19.  What are the steps in the Product Inception and Development stage?
1-Research and development
2-test and refine
20.  Product is introduce to the market, is what stage of the Product Lifecycle?
Market Introduction
21.  What happens during the Market Growth stage of a the Product Lifecycle?
1-Consumers like the product and more people buy
2-Competitors start to develope similiar products.
22.  Develope strategies to ensure continued sales, is part of which Product Lifecycle stage?
Market Maturity stage
23.  What are the actions that take place in the Market Maturity stage of a product lifecycle?
1-Sales reach a peak,and
2-Develope new strategies to ensure continued sales.
24.  New products are introduces, and your model popularity declines, are actions that occur in which stage of a Product Lifecycle?
Sales Decline stage
25.  All stages of Project Lifecycle occur during which stage of a Product Lifecycle?
Product Inception and Development stage.
26.  True or False-Typically, a product lifecycle will have many projects.
27.  __________ are a group of activities that make up an entire project.
Project phases
28.  True or False.  A simple project can have just one phase.
29.  What are the characteristics of a project phase?
1-They are sequential,
2-Involve distinct work
3-Repeat project management processes,
4-End with a handoff to the next phase.
5-Have natural ending points.
30.  True or False:  A project may have overlapping or concurrent phases?
31.  What are the three types of phase to phase relationships?
32. One phase completed before the next phase is started, is what type of phase-phase relationship?
33.  Definition of an Overlapping phase to phase relationship
one phase starts before the previous phase is completed.
34. True or False:  Phases can overlap when one phase depends on complete and accurate information from the previous phase.
35.  Characteristics of an Iterative phase to phase relationship?
1-Work is carried out while still in the planning stage.
2-used for projects that are uncertain by nature, and
3-not suitable for projects that require long-term planning or strict control.
36.  The work done, or output of a phase is often called _____?
a deliverable
37.  True or False: Project management processes cannot be repeated throughout a phase.
38.  The collection of phases make up the ________?
Project Lifecycle
39.  Most projects start with the _____ phase.
40.  Research phase usually aligns with which stage of a project?
"Starting the Project" stage
41.  "Design" phase aligns directly with which project management lifecycle stage
"Organizing and Preparing" stage
42.  True or False: There may be many phases during the "Carrying out work" stage?
43.  Type of phases in the "Carrying out work" stage are:
1-Prototype phase
2-Production phase
3-Marketing phase
4-Deployment phase
44.  A model of a product or service is created and tested in which phase of the "Carrying Out Work" stage of a project?
Prototype phase.
45.  If a project is for a design to deliver a service, the prototype phase is called a ______ phase.
46.  Which phase lets you check service on a small scale before full-scale deployment.
47.  During which phase of the project is a product or service produced?
48.  Which phase of a project requires the most work and resources?
49.  True or False:  Production phase is often divided into smaller subphases or components.
50.  Subphases can run _______ or _______.
Sequentially, overlap.
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