Please answer following question

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pruhela
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Please answer following question

Postby pruhela Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:57 pm

Recently, a junior team member has challenged the project management approach since not all requirements identified during the Collect Requirements process were documented in the project scope statement. You are the project manager, what should you do first?

a) Accept your mistake and include the missed requirements.

b) Remove the junior team member from the team as this is a disciplinary issue.

c) Engage the project sponsor to resolve the issue.

d) Analyze the objection and determine if the requirements were deliberately dropped during the Define Scope process.
Prembalaji
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Re: Please answer following question

Postby Prembalaji Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:54 am

The Answer should be Option-D

d) Analyze the objection and determine if the requirements were deliberately dropped during the Define Scope process.
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PJ
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Re: Please answer following question

Postby pruhela Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:04 pm

Thank you Prembalaji.
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Re: Please answer following question

Postby ihuseynli Sat Aug 25, 2018 9:36 am

Yes, 'D'. In alike situations PM should analyse the situation first for the sake of project. Then PM decides what to do. Because if someone tell you that something was done wrong in particular parts of work, to answer you need to get information yourself first.
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Ismayil Huseynli, ITIL®, OCE®, OCA®
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