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MCQs on Projects and Organizational Structure Test 1

MCQ: When there are several projects are executing simultaneously, matrix organization allows a better companywide

  1. Balance of resources
  2. Prioritized resources
  3. Balanced capital
  4. Unbalanced resources

A

MCQ: An organization that does any semiformal risk management, fail to consider risks associated with project?s

  1. Internal environment
  2. External environment
  3. Uncertain future
  4. Market value

B

MCQ: In selection of project organization, determine which organizational units are required to carry out

  1. Work packages
  2. Decision making
  3. Operations
  4. Processes

A

MCQ: In risk management system we must identify assumptions made in preliminary project plan that may be

  1. Source of risk
  2. Input to risk
  3. Output as risk
  4. Source of Project

A

MCQ: Anything outside a system (the project) that can affect or be affected by system, is known as

  1. Environment
  2. Medium
  3. Channel
  4. Boundary matrix

A