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GSCM 530 DeVry Week 5 Quiz Latest

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GSCM 530 DeVry Week 5 Quiz Latest

Question 1.1.(TCO 6) Which of the following are technological factors affecting the success of a project?(Points : 5)

  • Experience and authority of team members
  • Equipment, facilities, and communications systems
  • Organizational structure and reward systems
  • B and C
  • A, B and C

Question 2.2.(TCO 6) In the project for Colson Corp. shown in Exhibit 15-1, does any task have slack? If so, how much?

Exhibit 15-1 (Points : 5)

  • None of the tasks have slack.
  • Task B has 3 days of slack.
  • Task C has 4 days of slack.
  • Task D has 2 days of slack.
  • Task C has 3 days of slack.

Question 3.3.(TCO 6) The forward pass in a critical path algorithm involves(Points : 5)

  • calculating the late finish and late start for each task.
  • calculating the late finish and the earliest possible start times for each task.
  • calculating the earliest possible start and finish times for each task.
  • calculating the earliest possible start and late start for each task.

Question 4.4.(TCO 6) In evaluating time-cost trade-offs, we start by crashing the task on the critical path that(Points : 5)

  • has the lowest cost to reduce by one unit of time.
  • has the lowest total crash cost.
  • can be reduced the most.
  • is the longest.
  • None of the above

Question 5.5.(TCO 6) Given the tasks, estimated durations, and crash costs shown below, what is the total cost of the steps needed to provide the cheapest way to reduce the project length by 3 days?(Points : 5)

  • $2,800
  • $2,500
  • $1,100
  • $2,300

Question 6.6.(TCO 6) Why does project management often involve the management of conflict?(Points : 5)

  • Projects often compete with routine operations and other projects for resources and personnel.
  • Project managers are under greater pressures than other managers in a firm.
  • Projects are often staffed with personnel who may have greater allegiance to their functional managers than to the project managers.
  • A and C