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PMP® Challenge Question – 9/1

Its the end of summer and time for a new PMP Challenge! Here’s a simple one to warm up with. What leadership style is being exercised when the team is brought together to discuss a problem and work as a group to solve it?

Stay tuned for the answer on 9/15!

PMP Exam Review

The PMP® Challenge Question will be returning soon! Came across this slide overview of PMP certification and thought it was excellent.

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PMP® Challenge Question – 6/15

Here’s the question posed on 6/1:

What do we call the narrative description of services to be supplied as part of a contract?

Without the aid of multiple choices, this may appear difficult to answer, but there is one simple answer! Its a Statement of Work or SOW.

Summer Break for PMP Challenge Questions — this feature will be on summer break until 9/1. See you back then! In the meantime, please continue to check for our weekly posts and updates.

PMP® Challenge Question – 6/1

The question posed for today is “What does RACI stand for?”

RACI is a technique which can be used for creating a RAM or Responsibility Assignment Matrix. The letters stand for Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed. Some articles about RACI add “VS” for Verifies and Signs Off.

Well that one was easy!

Here’s a question for 6/15:

What do we call the narrative description of services to be supplied as part of a contract?

Check back on 6/15 for the answer!

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