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Project management audit

Postby KaurP Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:18 pm

Hi Manish,

Can you please explain why option A cannot be correct in this case?

The Project Management Office (PMO) of your company is performing a project management audit in your company and find that most of the various plans in the project are neither consistent nor up-to-date.

Which of the following statements is true?


A. Projects should never be executed without a valid, updated and working project management plan.
B. The consistency of the various plans is secondary because it is only the results that matter.
C. The alternatives to systematic planning are reactive management, crisis management, conflict management, and fire fighting..
D. Poor planning and insufficient updating of project management plans are rather uncommon as reasons for cost and time

Answer 'C' has been marked as correct for this question.

Thanks!
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Re: Project management audit

Postby manishpn Fri Aug 03, 2018 6:35 pm

to be honest I do not understand the question and its quality.
I think maybe question asks which option is not true.

What is the source and what is the explanation provided for option C



KaurP wrote:Hi Manish,

Can you please explain why option A cannot be correct in this case?

The Project Management Office (PMO) of your company is performing a project management audit in your company and find that most of the various plans in the project are neither consistent nor up-to-date.

Which of the following statements is true?


A. Projects should never be executed without a valid, updated and working project management plan.
B. The consistency of the various plans is secondary because it is only the results that matter.
C. The alternatives to systematic planning are reactive management, crisis management, conflict management, and fire fighting..
D. Poor planning and insufficient updating of project management plans are rather uncommon as reasons for cost and time

Answer 'C' has been marked as correct for this question.

Thanks!
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Re: Project management audit

Postby KaurP Sun Aug 05, 2018 6:05 am

This is the 25th Question from Oliver 175 questions.

I checked the following thread on this forum in reference to this question however it seems question has been modified-

Oliver 75 - 25th Question

viewtopic.php?f=84&t=4703&p=17469&hilit=Projects+should+never+be+executed+without#p17469
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Re: Project management audit

Postby manishpn Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:00 am

ok so does this solve your query?
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Re: Project management audit

Postby KaurP Wed Aug 15, 2018 5:42 pm

In that thread there was a same question with a slight different options, asking which is NOT true considering below option true.

'' Projects should never be executed without a valid, updated and working project management plan''

It seems this question has been framed incorrectly. No explanation has been given for option C.

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