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Oliver 175 - 76th Question

Posted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 9:34 am
by jyotimayank
Question 76

A project charter is a document that…
A. …describes both the project scope and the product scope at detail level.
B. …authorizes the project and the use of organizational resources to meet project requirements.
C. …breaks down the project scope over several steps to describe the project on work package level.
D. …describes all activities which are necessary to create the project deliverables.

Re: Oliver 175 - 76th Question

Posted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 12:43 pm
by sarthy
B, authorizes the project

Re: Oliver 175 - 76th Question

Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:34 am
by jyotimayank
Yes Sarthy the correct answer is option B.

Refer to page 442 of PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition

The purpose of a project charter is to recognize and acknowledge the existence of a project and commit resources to the project. The charter names the project manager and project sponsor, but that’s not its primary purpose
The project charter (which is an output of the Develop the Project Charter process) is the written acknowledgment that the project exists. The project charter documents the name of the project manager and gives that person the authority to assign organizational resources to the project. The project is officially authorized when the project charter is signed.


You can refer to the following link for more insight of this topic
http://www.izenbridge.com/blog/develop- ... -planning/