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Входной тест по управлению проектами.

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01. Какой из перечисленных процессов управления персоналом должен завершиться как можно быстрее после начала проекта (согласно стандарту PMBOK)? a) Управление командой b) Развитие команды c) Управление участниками проекта d) Набор команды проекта

02. В процессе планирования проекта в матричной организации руководитель проекта определил, что ему требуются дополнительные ресурсы. К кому он должен обратиться с запросом на ресурсы? a) К функциональному руководителю b) К заинтересованным лицам проекта c) К заказчику проекта d) К администратору проекта

03. Какой из перечисленных рисков чаще всего несет покупатель в случае заключения контракта с фиксированной ценой a) Длительное согласование условий контракта b) Увеличение стоимости контракта c) Невозможность мотивировать поставщика d) Невыполнение условий контракта

04. Что не входит в состав контрактных документов, высылаемых потенциальным поставщикам при запросе предложений у поставщиков? a) Содержание работ контракта b) Цена контракта c) Описание желаемой формы представления предложений d) Типовой проект контракта

05. К какому методу реагирования относится решение руководителя проекта отказаться от закупки оборудования за границей в силу высокой вероятности задержки его на таможне и покупку аналогичного оборудования внутри страны? a) Уклонение b) Снижение c) Передача d) Принятие

06. Руководитель проекта проводит первое собрание по обсуждению рисков проекта. Результатом собрания являются: a) Перечень потенциальных рисков b) Ожидаемые последствия наступления рисков c) Стратегии реагирования на риски d)…...

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