Project Communications Management
134. The major processes of Project Communications Management are:
a)Identify Stakeholders, Plan Communications, Distribute Information, ManageStakeholders Expectations, Report Performanceb)Communications Planning, Response Planning, Progress Reporting, and InformationDistribution.c)Communications Planning, Information Distribution, Schedule Reporting, andStakeholder Analysis.d)Communications Planning, Change Reporting, Project Records, and Acceptance.
135. Attributes of a communications management plan can include all of thefollowing EXCEPT:
a)The information that will be distributed to stakeholders.b)How often information will be distributed.c)The layout of the information and the method of transmission.d)All memos, correspondence, reports, and documents related to the project from allpersonnel.
136. Inputs to Plan Communications include:
a)Enterprise environmental factors, organizational process assets, Stakeholder register,Stakeholder Management Strategyb)Stakeholder requirements, project logistics, project budget, and project schedule.c)Stakeholder analysis, communications barriers, and organizational structure.d)Stakeholder survey, RAM, WBS, and administrative procedures.
137. Manual filing systems, electronic databases, project management software,and systems that allow access to technical documentation are examples of:
a)Information distribution.b)Internal communication systems.c)Information gathering and retrieval systems.d)Project records.
138. Communications technology factors that can affect the project include all of the following EXCEPT:
a)The length of the project.b)The availability of technology.c)Executive requirements.d)The urgency of the need for information.
139. Tools and techniques for Report Performance include all of the followingEXCEPT:
a)Information presentation tools.b)Decision tree analysis.c)Cost reporting systems.d)Status review meetings.
140. As part of the communications process, the sender is responsible for:
a)Ensuring the receiver agrees with the message.b)Confirming that the information is properly understood.c)Presenting the information in the most favorable manner.d)Interpreting the message correctly.
141. Information typically required to determine project communicationsrequirements includes all of the following EXCEPT:
a)Project organization and stakeholder responsibility relationships.b)Logistics of how many persons will be involved with the project and at which locations.c)Disciplines, departments, and specialties involved in the project.