PMBOK Guide and its Foundational Concepts by Sean Whitaker

About the Lecture

The lecture PMBOK Guide and its Foundational Concepts by Sean Whitaker is from the course PMP Training – Become a Project Management Professional (EN). It contains the following chapters:

  • Project Management Framework
  • Project Life Circle
  • Organizational Process Assets
  • The Basics

Included Quiz Questions

  1. A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result that is subject to progressive elaboration.
  2. The ongoing work an organization does year after year.
  3. Work that begins each calendar year and is completed within 12 months.
  4. A unique piece of work.
  1. A program is a group of projects related in some way and managed together.
  2. A program is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result.
  3. A program includes all the projects that an organization is undertaking.
  4. A program is the ongoing repetitive work an organization must do.
  1. A collection of projects grouped together to take advantage of effective management to meet strategic business objectives.
  2. A group of related projects managed in a coordinated way.
  3. A collection of projects relating to a single business unit within an organization.
  4. A group of projects managed by a project director.
  1. Supportive.
  2. Controlling.
  3. Directive.
  4. Mature.
  1. Adaptive.
  2. Incremental.
  3. Predictive.
  4. Portfolio.
  1. The product life cycle is longer than the project life cycle.
  2. The project life cycle is longer than the product life cycle.
  3. They are both the same length.
  4. It depends on the level of organizational maturity.
  1. Overlapping.
  2. Sequential.
  3. Iterative.
  4. Supportive.
  1. A project management methodology that your organization has developed is an example of an Organizational Process Asset.
  2. A project management methodology that your organization has developed is an example of an Enterprise Environmental Factor.
  3. It is both.
  4. It is neither.
  1. Work performance information.
  2. Work performance data.
  3. Work performance reports.
  4. Organizational process asset.
  1. The baseline is what you originally planned plus all approved changes.
  2. The baseline is a description of what you originally planned only.
  3. The baseline is a description of the product life cycle.
  4. The baseline is what you originally planned plus all requested changes.
  1. Project Manager.
  2. Project Sponsor.
  3. Project Coordinator.
  4. Project Expeditor.
  1. Project sponsor.
  2. Project Manager.
  3. Client.
  4. Stakeholder.
  1. Plan, Do, Check, Act.
  2. Plan, Do, Control, Action.
  3. Prepare, Do, Check, Act.
  4. Prepare, Do, Control, Action.
  1. Organizations achieve strategic success by delivering successful projects.
  2. There is no link between the two concepts.
  3. An organizations strategy will produce successful projects.
  4. They are two ways of saying the same thing.

Author of lecture PMBOK Guide and its Foundational Concepts

 Sean Whitaker

Sean Whitaker


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