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                                       Version 8.0 Second/Third Printing Errata (U.S.)


Page 30, Top paragraph, customer satisfaction needs to be changed to resources.

Page 30, Figure 3-4, customer satisfaction needs to be changed to resources.


Page 114, Figure 5-4 was redrawn for clarification

Page 116, ITTO Table, Validated Deliverables should have the description modified to
read "Validated Deliverables are those that the team believes complete, and are
ready for formal review and acceptance".


Page 117, ITTO Table Accepted Deliverables should have the description modified to
read “Accepted deliverables are deliverables that have passed acceptance criteria
and are "complete" and signed off"


Page 128, Question 18, "Work Performance Estimates" should be changed to "Work
Performance Measurements" on answers A, B, C, D.


Page 143, The Scope Baseline input description should have the description modified
to read “The scope baseline provides details of the planned scope for the project.
This includes the Project Scope Statement, WBS and WBS Dictionary."


Page 295, Question 16, Answer B and C are technically both correct. Therefore,
Answer C should change the process name "Perform Quality Control" to "Plan
Quality" so that Answer B is the only correct answer.

Page 351, Question 15, the correct Answer should be "(B) An effective employee in a
discipline will become an effective manager in that discipline"


Page 364, Section 10.6 Manage Stakeholder Expectations (Monitoring and
Controlling) should be Manage Stakeholder Expectations. This was changed in the
transition from the Third Edition to Fourth Edition PMBOK Guide.

Page 376, Question 13, "Work Performance Estimates" should be changed to "Work
Performance Measurements" on answers A,B,C,D.
Page 400, Figure 11-9 and the paragraph below it, $443,750 should be $493,750
(once in the figure and once in the paragraph that follows), $-25,000 should be
$25,000 in the figure.


Page 461 and Page 470, Answer A should be $144,230.77. The calculation result
should also be $144,230.77. The original answer is calculated as a result of a
spreadsheet, $144,230.77 is the result using typical rounding with a calculator.


Page 465, Question #9, the answer should be "Close Project or Phase"
                                            Technical Errata
5.7, Page 119, Scope Terminology – Requirements Management Plan
Error Incorrect description
Action Change description
Correction Documents that help the Project Manager and team analyze, document, and manage the project
requirements

8.14.3, Page 289, Matching Exercise #1
Error Incorrect definition E
Action Change definition E
Correction A rule that states if seven consecutive data points are on one side of the mean (above or below)
or increasing/decreasing then the process is out of control and should be investigated
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 1

8.14.3, Page 290, Matching Exercise #2
Errors Term 16 (Seven Run Rule) and definition letter identifier T should not be included in the table; terms
17 through 20 are incorrectly numbered; incorrect letter identifiers for definitions N through U
Action Remove term 16 and definition T; change term numbers to 16 through 19; change definition letter
identifiers to M through S
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 2

8.15.3, Page 301, Matching Exercise #1 Answers, Term 17 – Seven Run Rule
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier T
Action Change definition letter identifier to E
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 3

8.15.3, Page 302, Matching Exercise #2 Answers
Error Incorrect letter identifiers for N through U
Action Change definition letter identifiers to M through S
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 4

8.15.3, Page 303, Matching Exercise #3 Answers, Definition S
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier S
Action Change definition letter identifier to H
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 5

9.4, Page 326, Manage Project Team (Monitoring and Controlling) Process Table
Error Incorrect process area description Monitoring and Controlling in table title
Action Change process area to Executing in table title
Correction Manage Project Team (Executing)

9.8.3, Page 335, Matching Exercise #1
Error Renumber terms 11 through 22
Action Renumber to 10 through 21
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 6

9.8.3, Page 337, Matching Exercise #3
Error Duplicate definition letter identifier S
Action Change definition letter identifiers across from terms 19, 20, and 21 to T, U, V respectively
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addenda - Table 7

9.9.3, Page 347, Matching Exercise #1 Answers
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier V
Action Change definition letter identifier to U
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 8

9.9.3, Page 349, Matching Exercise #3 Answers, Terms 13, 16, and 18
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier S, T, and U
Action Change definition letter identifier for term 13 to U, for term 16 to V, and for term 18 to T
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 9

9.9.4, Page 351, Human Resource Practice Test Answers, Answer 15
Error Incorrect answer
Action Change answer to B
Correction (B) An effective employee in a discipline will become an effective manager in that discipline


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                                            Technical Errata
10.3, Page 357, Identify Stakeholders
Error Incorrect output for Identify Stakeholders
Action Change Strategic Management Strategy to Stakeholder Management Strategy
Correction Stakeholder Management Strategy

10.10, Page 370, Communications Mind Map
Error Incorrect output for Identify Stakeholders
Action Change Strategic Management Strategy to Stakeholder Management Strategy
Correction Stakeholder Management Strategy

10.11.4, Page 376, Communications Practice Test, Question 17
Error Incorrect answer D
Action Change to None of the Answers
Correction (D) None of the Answers

10.11.4, Page 378, Communications Practice Test, Question 27
Error Incorrect reference to vertical in answer B
Action Change vertical to horizontal
Correction (B) Informal, unofficial, internal, horizontal communication

10.12.4, Page 383, Communications Practice Test Answers, Question 5
Error Incorrect answer
Action Change answer to B
Correction (B) Stakeholder Register and Stakeholder Management Strategy

10.12.4, Page 384, Communications Practice Test, Question 17
Error Incorrect answer D
Action Change to None of the Answers
Correction (D) None of the Answers with explanation: Answers A, B, and C are noise.

10.12.4, Page 383, Communications Practice Test Answers, Question 5, Explanation
Error Incorrect reference to management plan
Action Change to management strategy
Correction The key outputs of the Identify Stakeholder process are the stakeholder register and the
stakeholder management strategy.

10.12.4, Page 386, Communications Practice Test Answers, Question 27
Error Incorrect reference to vertical in Correct Answer and Explanation
Action Change vertical to horizontal
Correction Informal, unofficial, internal, horizontal communication

11.11.3, Page 414, Matching Exercise #2, Term 1
Error Duplicate definition letter identifier A
Action Change definition letter identifier for the initial Definition to W and move to the bottom of the table,
i.e., reorder definitions in alphabetical order
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 12

11.12.3, Page 424, Matching Exercise #2 Answers, Term 2
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier A for term 2
Action Change definition letter identifier to W
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 13

12.1.3, Page 437, Example, Paragraph 3, Sentence 3
Error Incorrect purchase price of $5,000
Action Correct purchase price to $750
Correction You can rent the skip loader for $100 per day (including maintenance) or you can purchase one
for $750, with a $50 per day maintenance cost.

12.9.4, Page 471, Procurement Practice Test Answers, Answer 20, Sentence 3 in Question
Error Incorrect expected profit of $36,000
Action Change expected profit to $30,000
Correction With the following variables, calculate the point of total assumption: Expected Cost = $120,000;
Expected Profit = $30,000; Target Price = $150,000; Buyer/Share Ratio = 75/25%; Ceiling Price = $156,000;
Maximum Overrun = 125%.


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Errata – Technical Errors
5.7, Page 119, Scope Terminology – Requirements Management Plan
Error Incorrect description
Action Change description
Correction Documents that help the Project Manager and team analyze, document, and manage the project
requirements

8.14.3, Page 289, Matching Exercise #1
Error Incorrect definition E
Action Change definition E
Correction A rule that states if seven consecutive data points are on one side of the mean (above or below)
or increasing/decreasing then the process is out of control and should be investigated
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 1

8.14.3, Page 290, Matching Exercise #2
Errors Term 16 (Seven Run Rule) and definition letter identifier T should not be included in the table; terms
17 through 20 are incorrectly numbered; incorrect letter identifiers for definitions N through U
Action Remove term 16 and definition T; change term numbers to 16 through 19; change definition letter
identifiers to M through S
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 2

8.15.3, Page 301, Matching Exercise #1 Answers, Term 17 – Seven Run Rule
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier T
Action Change definition letter identifier to E
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 3

8.15.3, Page 302, Matching Exercise #2 Answers
Error Incorrect letter identifiers for N through U
Action Change definition letter identifiers to M through S
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 4

8.15.3, Page 303, Matching Exercise #3 Answers, Definition S
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier S
Action Change definition letter identifier to H
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 5

9.4, Page 326, Manage Project Team (Monitoring and Controlling) Process Table
Error Incorrect process area description Monitoring and Controlling in table title
Action Change process area to Executing in table title
Correction Manage Project Team (Executing)

9.8.3, Page 335, Matching Exercise #1
Error Renumber terms 11 through 22
Action Renumber to 10 through 21
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 6

9.8.3, Page 337, Matching Exercise #3
Error Duplicate definition letter identifier S
Action Change definition letter identifiers across from terms 19, 20, and 21 to T, U, V respectively
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 7

9.9.3, Page 347, Matching Exercise #1 Answers
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier V
Action Change definition letter identifier to U
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 8




                       PMP Exam Success Series: Bootcamp Manual 8.0, First Printing Errata
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9.9.3, Page 349, Matching Exercise #3 Answers, Terms 13, 16, and 18
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier S, T, and U
Action Change definition letter identifier for term 13 to U, for term 16 to V, and for term 18 to T
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 9

10.11.4, Page 378, Communications Practice Test, Question 27
Error Incorrect reference to vertical in answer B
Action Change vertical to horizontal
Correction (B) Informal, unofficial, internal, horizontal communication

10.12.4, Page 383, Communications Practice Test Answers, Question 5
Error Incorrect answer
Action Change answer to B
Correction (B) Stakeholder Register and Stakeholder Management Strategy

10.12.4, Page 383, Communications Practice Test Answers, Question 5, Explanation
Error Incorrect reference to management plan
Action Change to management strategy
Correction The key outputs of the Identify Stakeholder process are the stakeholder register and the
stakeholder management strategy.

10.12.4, Page 386, Communications Practice Test Answers, Question 27
Error Incorrect reference to vertical in Correct Answer and Explanation
Action Change vertical to horizontal
Correction Informal, unofficial, internal, horizontal communication

11.11.3, Page 414, Matching Exercise #2, Term 1
Error Duplicate definition letter identifier A
Action Change definition letter identifier for the initial Definition to W and move to the bottom of the table,
i.e., reorder definitions in alphabetical order
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 12

11.12.3, Page 424, Matching Exercise #2 Answers, Term 2
Error Incorrect definition letter identifier A for term 2
Action Change definition letter identifier to W
Correction Reference Revised Tables Addendum 13

12.1.3, Page 437, Example, Paragraph 3, Sentence 3
Error Incorrect purchase price of $5,000
Action Correct purchase price to $750
Correction You can rent the skip loader for $100 per day (including maintenance) or you can purchase one
for $750, with a $50 per day maintenance cost.

12.9.4, Page 471, Procurement Practice Test Answers, Answer 20, Sentence 3 in Question
Error Incorrect expected profit of $36,000
Action Change expected profit to $30,000
Correction With the following variables, calculate the point of total assumption: Expected Cost = $120,000;
Expected Profit = $30,000; Target Price = $150,000; Buyer/Share Ratio = 75/25%; Ceiling Price = $156,000;
Maximum Overrun = 125%.




                       PMP Exam Success Series: Bootcamp Manual 8.0, First Printing Errata
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Errata – Typographical Errors and Clarity Issues
5.9.4, Page 125, Question 4, Sentence 4
Error Incorrect the prior to how
Action Remove the prior to how
Correction Of the following, which is the best description of how the Project Manager will use the matrix?

8.8, Page 269, Plan Quality (Planning) Process Table, Key Inputs, Schedule Baseline, Description
Error Missing to between used and align
Action Add to between used and align
Correction The schedule baseline is used to align Plan Quality and standards with the schedule activities
and milestones.

8.10, Page 279, Perform Quality Control (Monitoring and Controlling) Process Table, Key Tools and
Techniques, Approved Change Requests Review, Description
Error Approached incorrectly appears prior to change requests
Action Change approached to approved
Correction Reviewing approved change requests is key here to see what the impact of the approved
changes are on the plan and the work of the project.

9.8.3, Page 335, Matching Exercise #1, Definition P
Error Incorrect text after semicolon
Action Correct text after semicolon to also known as a Project Organizational Chart
Correction An organizational chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item and can
show reporting relationships as well; also known as a Project Organizational Chart
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 6

9.9.3, Page 347, Matching Exercise #1 Answers, Definition P
Error Incorrect text after semicolon
Action Correct text after semicolon to also known as a Project Organizational Chart
Correction An organizational chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item and can
show reporting relationships as well; also known as Project Organizational Chart
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 8

10.7, Page 366, Report Performance (Monitoring and Controlling) Process Table, Key Tools and
Techniques, Forecasting Methods, Description
Error Incorrect text after are
Action Change helping to helpful
Correction Forecasting methods are helpful in providing estimates on the remaining work.

10.11.3 Page 373, Matching Exercise, Term 6, Column 2
Error Missing definition letter identifier in the same row as term 6
Action Add definition letter identifier P before the definition in the same row as Term 6
Correction P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on historical information and
current project knowledge
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 10

10.12.3, Page 381, Matching Exercise Answers, Term 5, Column 2
Error Missing definition letter identifier for term 5
Action Add definition letter identifier P before the matching definition for Term 5
Correction P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on historical information and
current project knowledge
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 11

11.4.1, Page 397, Probability Distributions, Sentence 4
Error Incorrect text (to) between “must and “take
Action Delete to
Correction Beta distribution is used to model events which must take place within an interval that has a
minimum and maximum value.



                      PMP Exam Success Series: Bootcamp Manual 8.0, First Printing Errata
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11.11.3, Page 414, Matching Exercise #2, Definition K
Error Missing semicolon and text following at the end of the definition
Action Add semicolon and clarifying text
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Tolerance
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 12

11.11.3, Page 414, Matching Exercise #2, Definition O
Error Definition not clear
Action Replace text to clarify definition
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Utility
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 12

11.12.3, Page 425, Matching Exercise #2, Definition K
Error Missing semicolon and text following at the end of the definition
Action Add semicolon and clarifying text
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Tolerance
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 13

11.12.3, Page 425, Matching Exercise #2, Definition O
Error Definition not clear
Action Replace text to clarify definition
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Utility
Reference Revised Tables Addendum 13

12.3, Page 448, Sentence 5
Error Omitted word
Action Add can prior to influence
Correction There are a number of project processes that can influence, or be influenced by, this process.

12.8.4, Page 463, Question 21
Error Incorrect text prior to except
Action Delete legal prior to except
Correction All the following items are requirements of a legal contract except…

12.9.4, Page 471, Question 21
Error Incorrect text prior to except
Action Delete legal prior to except
Correction All the following items are requirements of a legal contract except…




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Revised Tables Addendum
8.14.3, Page 289, Matching Exercise #1
               Term            Answer                                               Definition
                                                    A. A process that examines which variables have the greatest outcome on
 1    Benchmarking
                                                    a process or product
                                                    B. A set of activities completed in a certain order to create a product,
 2    Conformance
                                                    result, or service
                                                    C. The area on the sides of a mean of a control chart that the customer
 3    Control Limits                                has established as acceptable limits for testing; can be above or below
                                                    but not between the control limits
      Cost of Quality (COQ)                         D. The comparison of a current product to industry standards or past
 4                                                  standards to attain a measurement or baseline
      (Technique)
                                                    E. A rule that states if seven consecutive data points are on one side of
 5    Design of Experiments (DOE)                   the mean (above or below) or increasing/decreasing then the process is
                                                    out of control and should be investigated
      Fishbone Diagrams                             F. Cost of conformance to requirements and non-conformance
 6
      (Ishikawa Diagrams)
                                                    G. Document that establishes the definition of quality, quality baseline,
                                                    checklists; also defines and validates quality processes, tests the product,
 7    Flowcharts
                                                    formats data for communication to project stakeholders, and deals with
                                                    changes to quality standards and processes
                                                    H. Creation and delivery of a product that has met the specified
 8    Inspection (Technique)
                                                    requirements and conformance (or functionality) of use
 9    Kaizen                                        I. Diagrams that display the connectivity of pieces of a system

 10   Parametric Estimating                         J. A measurement of acceptability of a product or process
                                                    K. Diagrams that break down possible areas for failure in a process and
 11   Perform Quality Control                       allow analysis of impact for the area; sometimes considered an ideal tool
                                                    for root cause analysis
                                                    L. A technique that is used to discover what is an underlying problem,
 12   Population
                                                    defect, or variance with a system or product
                                                    M. The area of measurement three standard deviations (or Sigma) from
 13   Process
                                                    the mean on a control chart
 14   Quality                                       N. The degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfill requirements
                                                    O. Observe project results to verify they meet the applicable quality
 15   Quality Management Plan
                                                    standards while attempting to improve overall quality
                                                    P. Evaluating something created to ensure it meets the desired standards
 16   Root Cause Analysis
                                                    for use and conforms to requirements
                                                    Q. An estimating technique that utilizes historical or industry data to
 17   Seven Run Rule
                                                    create estimates based on parameters such as a per unit or size variable
                                                    R. The entire group of similar criteria (Ex: All Americans, all owners of a
 18   Sigma
                                                    particular product)
                                                    S. A technique that takes a proactive stance to process development, one
 19   Specification Limits
                                                    that makes improvements throughout a process as time evolves




                       PMP Exam Success Series: Bootcamp Manual 8.0, First Printing Errata
                                        Revised Tables Addendum 1
8.14.3, Page 290, Matching Exercise #2
               Term            Answer                                               Definition
                                                    A. A graph of data that shows the measurement of a process over
 1    Common Cause
                                                    elapsed time
 2    Control Chart                                 B. The characteristics that the user desires built into a product
                                                    C. Selecting a section of the population to use for a measurement
 3    Cost of Nonconformance
                                                    (instead of the entire population)
 4    Defect Repair                                 D. A predictable source of variation in a system
                                                    E. Identification of applicable quality standards and how to attain them on
 5    Features
                                                    the project or product
                                                    F. Actions used to modify/repair defective products to come within
 6    Flowcharting (Technique)
                                                    specification of the desired process outcome
                                                    G. Cost associated with not meeting quality expectations of the project or
 7    Influence Diagram
                                                    product
                                                    H. A histogram that allows prioritization of problem areas on a project,
 8    ISO 9000
                                                    system, etc.
                                                    I. A document (or piece of a document) that describes the requirements
 9    Normal Distribution                           that something is to be created by or performed to, as well as verifiable
                                                    when it has been created
 10   Pareto Chart (Tool)                           J. A graphical representation of causal influences
                                                    K. A set of activities completed in a certain order to accomplish a desired
 11   Plan Quality
                                                    objective
                                                    L. The process of correcting or improving an error in the creation of the
 12   Procedure
                                                    project
                                                    M. Developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
 13   Project Quality Management                    as a means to plan, control, and document processes, and overall
                                                    improve quality
                                                    N. Reviews of quality activities that apply to lessons learned and can be
 14   Quality Audits
                                                    applied to current and future projects
                                                    O. A decomposition approach to breaking a system or process into block
 15   Rework
                                                    steps that can be repeated by following the diagram
                                                    P. The processes required to ensure that the result of the project is
 16   Specification
                                                    satisfactory: establishing policies, objectives, and responsibilities
 17   Standard Deviation                            Q. A bell-shaped curve that is in sync with the mean of the population
                                                    R. A technique which emphasizes executing the project and total cost of
 18   Statistical Sampling                          ownership over the product life cycle as efficiently and effectively as
                                                    possible
 19   Value Engineering (VE)                        S. The measurement of variation within a distribution




                       PMP Exam Success Series: Bootcamp Manual 8.0, First Printing Errata
                                        Revised Tables Addendum 2
8.15.3, Page 301, Matching Exercise #1 Answers
               Term                                                             Definition
                                          D. The comparison of a current product to industry standards or past standards to
 1    Benchmarking
                                          attain a measurement or baseline
                                          H. Creation and delivery of a product that has met the specified requirements and
 2    Conformance
                                          conformance (or functionality) of use
                                          M. The area of measurement three standard deviations (or Sigma) from the mean on
 3    Control Limits
                                          a control chart
      Cost of Quality (COQ)               F. Cost of conformance to requirements and non-conformance
 4
      (Technique)
                                          A. A process that examines which variables have the greatest outcome on a process
 5    Design of Experiments (DOE)
                                          or product
                                          K. Diagrams that break down possible areas for failure in a process and allow
      Fishbone Diagrams
 6                                        analysis of impact for the area; sometimes considered an ideal tool for root cause
      (Ishikawa Diagrams)
                                          analysis
 7    Flowcharts                          I. Diagrams that display the connectivity of pieces of a system
                                          P. Evaluating something created to ensure it meets the desired standards for use
 8    Inspection (Technique)
                                          and conforms to requirements
                                          S. A technique that takes a proactive stance to process development, one that
 9    Kaizen
                                          makes improvements throughout a process as time evolves
                                          Q. An estimating technique that utilizes historical or industry data to create estimates
 10   Parametric Estimating
                                          based on parameters such as a per unit or size variable
                                          O. Observe project results to verify they meet the applicable quality standards while
 11   Perform Quality Control
                                          attempting to improve overall quality
                                          R. The entire group of similar criteria (Ex: All Americans, all owners of a particular
 12   Population
                                          product)
                                          B. A set of activities completed in a certain order to create a product, result, or
 13   Process
                                          service
 14   Quality                             N. The degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfill requirements
                                          G. Document that establishes the definition of quality, quality baseline, checklists;
                                          also defines and validates quality processes, tests the product, formats data for
 15   Quality Management Plan
                                          communication to project stakeholders, and deals with changes to quality standards
                                          and processes
                                          L. A technique that is used to discover what is an underlying problem, defect, or
 16   Root Cause Analysis
                                          variance with a system or product
                                          E. A rule that states if seven consecutive data points are on one side of the mean
 17   Seven Run Rule                      (above or below) or increasing/decreasing, then the process is out of control and
                                          should be investigated
 18   Sigma                               J. A measurement of acceptability of a product or process
                                          C. The area on the sides of a mean of a control chart that the customer has
 19   Specification Limits                established as acceptable limits for testing; can be above or below but not between
                                          the control limits




                       PMP Exam Success Series: Bootcamp Manual 8.0, First Printing Errata
                                        Revised Tables Addendum 3
8.15.3, Page 302, Matching Exercise #2 Answers
               Term                                                            Definition
 1    Common Cause                        D. A predictable source of variation in a system

 2    Control Chart                       A. A graph of data that shows the measurement of a process over elapsed time

 3    Cost of Nonconformance              G. Cost associated with not meeting quality expectations of the project or product

 4    Defect Repair                       L. The process of correcting or improving an error in the creation of the project

 5    Features                            B. The characteristics that the user desires built into a product
                                          O. A decomposition approach to breaking a system or process into block steps that
 6    Flowcharting (Technique)
                                          can be repeated by following the diagram
 7    Influence Diagram                   J. A graphical representation of causal influences
                                          M. Developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as a
 8    ISO 9000
                                          means to plan, control, and document processes, and overall improve quality
 9    Normal Distribution                 Q. A bell-shaped curve that is in sync with the mean of the population

 10   Pareto Chart (Tool)                 H. A histogram that allows prioritization of problem areas on a project, system, etc.
                                          E. Identification of applicable quality standards and how to attain them on the project
 11   Plan Quality
                                          or product
 12   Procedure                           K. A set of activities completed in a certain order to accomplish a desired objective
                                          P. The processes required to ensure that the result of the project is satisfactory:
 13   Project Quality Management
                                          establishing policies, objectives, and responsibilities
                                          N. Reviews of quality activities that apply to lessons learned and can be applied to
 14   Quality Audits
                                          current and future projects
                                          F. Actions used to modify/repair defective products to come within specification of
 15   Rework
                                          the desired process outcome
                                          I. A document (or piece of a document) that describes the requirements that
 16   Specification                       something is to be created by or performed to, as well as verifiable when it has been
                                          created
 17   Standard Deviation                  S. The measurement of variation within a distribution
                                          C. Selecting a section of the population to use for a measurement (instead of the
 18   Statistical Sampling
                                          entire population)
                                          R. A technique which emphasizes executing the project and total cost of ownership
 19   Value Engineering (VE)
                                          over the product life cycle as efficiently and effectively as possible




                       PMP Exam Success Series: Bootcamp Manual 8.0, First Printing Errata
                                        Revised Tables Addendum 4
8.15.3, Page 303, Matching Exercise #3 Answers
               Term                                                             Definition
                                           E. A data-generating technique which includes team members or subject matter
 1    Brainstorming                        experts for the purpose of solving project problems, identifying project risk, and
                                           planning-related activities
      Conformance to                       A. The point where the project and product meet the standards of the written
 2                                         specifications defined at project inception (or modified through change control)
      Requirement
 3    Corrective Action                    J. Action taken to bring project in line with the project management plan

 4    Defect                               Q. A problem or error in the creation of the work of the project

      Failure Mode and Effect              M. A process that analyzes every failure mode in every piece of a product - The
 5                                         analysis is then reviewed for impact on every aspect of the system.
      Analysis (FMEA)
 6    Fitness for Use                      G. A product that can be used as it was intended when designed

 7    Grade                                C. A ranking to classify products that have different functions or features
                                           O. Diagrams that break down possible areas for failure in a process and allow
 8    Ishikawa Diagrams                    analysis of impact for the area; sometimes considered an ideal tool for root cause
                                           analysis. Also known as fishbone diagrams
 9    Mean                                 H. The average value in a measurement of a population
                                           I. Identification of the few problems that have the most occurrence on a
 10   Pareto Analysis
                                           measurement in a system/project, etc.
 11   Performance                          B. The level of success at which a product performs its intended use
                                           P. Cost of planning and executing a project within an acceptable range of error (or
 12   Prevention Cost
                                           error free)
                                           K. Adjustments made to modify the output of a process to achieve a better degree of
 13   Process Adjustments
                                           quality
                                           F. The periodic analysis of project performance to verify that the project will meet the
 14   Perform Quality Assurance
                                           applicable quality standards
 15   Reliability                          D. The likelihood of a product or service to function as planned

 16   Sample                               N. A part of the population used for a measurement (instead of the entire population)

 17   Special Cause                        L. A non-random or intermittent variable in a system




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               Term             Answer                                            Definition
                                                  A. A role that helps evolve information and understanding on the project
 1    Aggressors
                                                  above the team members
                                                  B. The process of creating a consistent (even) workload for the resources
 2    Clarifiers
                                                  on a project
                                                  C. A role that is non-participatory on the project regarding information and
 3    Competition Power
                                                  project issues
 4    Develop HR Plan                             D. A role with a negative attitude toward the project
                                                  E. Being professional and practical when working with others; helps to
 5    Dominators                                  foster a win/win relationship with those that work with the project manager
                                                  by allowing the project manager to look at the people and their needs
 6    Expert Power                                F. A description of the roles and responsibilities of a team member

 7    Harmonizers                                 G. The process of developing the human resource plan
                                                  H. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each
 8    Information Givers                          work item and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as
                                                  Organizational Breakdown Structure
                                                  I. A role that helps focus on making sure people on the project understand
 9    Knowledge of Needs Power
                                                  what the details of the project entail
      Organizational Breakdown                    J. The creation of individual and team skills to maximize project output
 10
      Structure (OBS) (Tool)
                                                  K. A type of power that attempts to realize the two things that are
 11   Persistence Power                           negotiated for what the other party says they are after, and what they are
                                                  after that hasn't been made public
                                                  L. A type of power that maximizes involvement in the project or idea in the
 12   Position Description (Tool)                 form of competition to help enhance the commitment of those involved to
                                                  work toward a more successful outcome of the project or idea
                                                  M. A type of power that uses positive actions or consequences to attain
 13   Professionalism Power
                                                  desired results from other people
      Project Organization Chart                  N. A role that shares information and thus helps enhance communication
 14                                               on the project
      (Output/Input)
                                                  O. People, supplies, equipment, and other items used in the work of the
 15   Rapport
                                                  project
                                                  P. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each
 16   Resource                                    work item and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as
                                                  Project Organizational Chart
                                                  Q. A role that consumes project communication and focus with their own
 17   Resource Leveling
                                                  views without considering others
 18   Reward Power                                R. The hiring and applying of the needed resources to the project
                                                  S. A capacity in which one uses personal knowledge and expert opinion
 19   Staff Acquisition
                                                  to get others to do what is desired
 20   Team Development                            T. Possessing comfort or a harmonious relationship with someone
                                                  U. Sticking to the target of the negotiations or project; involves holding on
 21   Withdrawers                                 and working toward the target - In many cases, people simply give up
                                                  after an initial rejection.




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               Term             Answer                                               Definition
                                                    A. A type of power that uses calculated risks in negotiations to achieve
 1    Attitude Power
                                                    project goals
 2    Coercive/Penalty Power                        B. The processes required to organize and manage the project team

 3    Compromise                                    C. Getting people to do what you desire based on your authority
                                                    D. A role that doesn't stay focused on the primary topics of focus and
 4    Develop Project Team
                                                    conversation
                                                    E. The process of improving the project management team to optimize
 5    Empathetic Listening
                                                    project performance
                                                    F. A pyramid representation of Maslow's Theory that a person's motivation
 6    Forcing
                                                    is based on needs (and where the person fits in this pyramid)
                                                    G. A type of power that uses negative approaches including threatening
 7    Hierarchy of Needs
                                                    and punishment to get people to do things they don't want to do
                                                    H. A role that works to enhance information and knowledge associated
 8    Information Seekers
                                                    with the project
 9    Legitimate Power                              I. Applying an all or nothing (win/lose) to get the desired result
                                                    J. A type of power that can involve using a middle person to negotiate for
 10   Mirroring
                                                    the Project Manager
                                                    K. Determining, assigning, and documenting responsibilities, roles, and
 11   Organizational Planning
                                                    reporting relationships on a project
                                                    L. A document used to describe when resources will start and finish the
 12   Persuasion Power
                                                    project
 13   Power                                         M. Matching behavior characteristics of another person or group
                                                    N. A structure that shows the decomposition of the resources being used
      Project Human Resource
 14                                                 on the project; can include personnel, divisions or departments, and job
      Management
                                                    roles
                                                    O. A conflict resolution technique in which a solution involves (typically) a
 15   Project Team
                                                    little of what everyone is proposing for a solution
                                                    P. The group of people put together to plan and (or) execute the work of
 16   Recognition Seekers
                                                    the project
                                                    Q. Discounting logic, which technical people can often use to sell ideas
      Resource Breakdown                            instead of focusing on comparisons that relate to the experience of the
 17
      Structure (RBS)                               negotiating parties, creating evidence that can't be overlooked, and
                                                    showing how a solution will meet their needs
                                                    S. Listening with the goal of understanding what the sender is trying to
 18   Resource Loading
                                                    communicate
 19   Risk Power                                    T. The process of applying resources to a schedule and its activities

 20   Staffing Management Plan                      U. The possible ability to influence behavior or performance of others

 21   Topic Jumpers                                 V. A role that looks at the project first to see what they can get out of it




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                   Term                                                      Definition
 1    Aggressors                        D. A role with a negative attitude toward the project
                                        I. A role that helps focus on making sure people on the project understand what the
 2    Clarifiers
                                        details of the project entail
                                        L. A type of power that maximizes involvement in the project or idea in the form of
 3    Competition Power                 competition to help enhance the commitment of those involved to work toward a
                                        more successful outcome of the project or idea
 4    Develop HR Plan                   G. The process of developing the human resource plan
                                        Q. A role that consumes project communication and focus with their own views
 5    Dominators
                                        without considering others
                                        S. A capacity in which one uses personal knowledge and expert opinion to get
 6    Expert Power
                                        others to do what is desired
                                        A. A role that helps evolve information and understanding on the project above the
 7    Harmonizers
                                        team members
                                        N. A role that shares information and thus helps enhance communication on the
 8    Information Givers
                                        project
                                        K. A type of power that attempts to realize the two things that are negotiated for:
 9    Knowledge of Needs Power          what the other party says they are after, and what they are after that hasn't been
                                        made public
                                        P. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item
      Organizational Breakdown
 10                                     and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as Project Organization
      Structure (OBS) (Tool)
                                        Chart
                                        U. Sticking to the target of the negotiations or project; involves holding on and
 11   Persistence Power                 working toward the target - In many cases, people simply give up after an initial
                                        rejection.
 12   Position Description (Tool)       F. A description of the roles and responsibilities of a team member
                                        E. Being professional and practical when working with others; helps to foster a
 13   Professionalism Power             win/win relationship with those that work with the project manager by allowing the
                                        project manager to look at the people and their needs
                                        H. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item
      Project Organization Chart
 14                                     and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as Organizational
      (Output/Input)
                                        Breakdown Structure
 15   Rapport                           T. Possessing comfort or a harmonious relationship with someone

 16   Resource                          O. People, supplies, equipment, and other items used in the work of the project
                                        B. The process of creating a consistent (even) workload for the resources on a
 17   Resource Leveling
                                        project
                                        M. A type of power that uses positive actions or consequences to attain desired
 18   Reward Power
                                        results from other people
 19   Staff Acquisition                 R. The hiring and applying of the needed resources to the project

 20   Team Development                  J. The creation of individual and team skills to maximize project output
                                        C. A role that is non-participatory on the project regarding information and project
 21   Withdrawers
                                        issues




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                   Term                                                          Definition
                                          J. A type of power that can involve using a middle person to negotiate for the Project
 1    Attitude Power
                                          Manager
                                          G. A type of power that uses negative approaches including threatening and
 2    Coercive/Penalty Power
                                          punishment to get people to do things they don't want to do
                                          O. A conflict resolution technique in which a solution involves (typically) a little of
 3    Compromise
                                          what everyone is proposing for a solution
                                          E. The process of improving the project management team to optimize project
 4    Develop Project Team
                                          performance
 5    Empathetic Listening                S. Listening with the goal of understanding what the sender is trying to communicate

 6    Forcing                             I. Applying an all or nothing (win/lose) to get the desired result
                                          F. A pyramid representation of Maslow's Theory that a person's motivation is based
 7    Hierarchy of Needs
                                          on needs (and where the person fits in this pyramid)
                                          H. A role that works to enhance information and knowledge associated with the
 8    Information Seekers
                                          project
 9    Legitimate Power                    C. Getting people to do what you desire based on your authority

 10   Mirroring                           M. Matching behavior characteristics of another person or group
                                          K. Determining, assigning, and documenting responsibilities, roles, and reporting
 11   Organizational Planning
                                          relationships on a project
                                          Q. Discounting logic, which technical people can often use to sell ideas instead of
                                          focusing on comparisons that relate to the experience of the negotiating parties,
 12   Persuasion Power
                                          creating evidence that can't be overlooked, and showing how a solution will meet
                                          their needs
 13   Power                               U. The possible ability to influence behavior or performance of others

      Project Human Resource              B. The processes required to organize and manage the project team
 14
      Management
 15   Project Team                        P. The group of people put together to plan and (or) execute the work of the project

 16   Recognition Seekers                 V. A role that looks at the project first to see what they can get out of it

      Resource Breakdown                  N. A structure that shows the decomposition of the resources being used on the
 17                                       project; can include personnel, divisions or departments, and job roles
      Structure (RBS)
 18   Resource Loading                    T. The process of applying resources to a schedule and its activities

 19   Risk Power                          A. A type of power that uses calculated risks in negotiations to achieve project goals

 20   Staffing Management Plan            L. A document used to describe when resources will start and finish the project

 21   Topic Jumpers                       D. A role that doesn't stay focused on the primary topics of focus and conversation




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               Term            Answer                                                Definition
      Communication Management                       A. A report that includes significant variations from the planned activities
 1
      Plan
      Communications                                 B. A report that states the current shape or state of the project to date
 2
      Infrastructure
                                                     C. An integrated scope-schedule-cost plan that is used as the basis for
 3    Distribute Information
                                                     execution measurement and performance management
                                                     D. The process of identifying all people or entities that are impacted by
 4    Exception Report
                                                     the project and detailing their involvement and impact on the project
                                                     E. The processes required to ensure that project information is amassed
 5    Forecasts                                      and distributed in a timely and appropriate manner to the appropriate
                                                     parties
                                                     P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on
 6    Identify Stakeholders
                                                     historical information and current project knowledge
                                                     F. Tools and techniques used to create the foundation for information
 7    Kickoff Meeting
                                                     transfer on a project
      Manage Stakeholder                             G. The process of amassing and disseminating information regarding
 8    Expectations                                   project performance and including such documents as status reports and
                                                     forecasts.
      Performance Measurement                        H. The collection and interpretation of performance data; can include
 9                                                   status, progress, and forecast reports
      Baseline
      Performance Reporting                          I. A document created to define the project communication needs based
 10                                                  on stakeholder needs
      (Output/Input)
                                                     J. A meeting used to initiate the start of the project; typically attended by
 11   Plan Communications                            all the key stakeholders; can be done when Initiating or Planning is
                                                     complete depending upon the organization
                                                     K. A report that states what has been accomplished in a specific amount
 12   Progress Report
                                                     of time on the project (but not the entire project)
      Project Communications                         L. Deliver needed project information to stakeholders in an appropriate
 13                                                  timeframe
      Management
                                                     M. A reporting method in which future performance is estimated based
 14   Project Forecasting
                                                     on past performance of the project
                                                     N. The process of communicating with the stakeholders to determine their
 15   Report Performance
                                                     expectations and addressing issues in a timely manner
 16   Status Report                                  O. The process of defining a communications approach for the project




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               Term                                                            Definition
      Communications                     I. A document created to define the project communication needs based on
 1                                       stakeholder needs
      Management Plan
      Communications                     F. Tools and techniques used to create the foundation for information transfer on a
 2                                       project
      Infrastructure
 3    Distribute Information             L. Deliver needed project information to stakeholders in an appropriate timeframe

 4    Exception Report                   A. A report that includes significant variations from the planned activities
                                         P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on historical
 5    Forecasts
                                         information and current project knowledge
                                         D. The process of identifying all people or entities that are impacted by the project
 6    Identify Stakeholders
                                         and detailing their involvement and impact on the project

      Kickoff Meeting                    J. A meeting used to initiate the start of the project; typically attended by all the key
 7                                       stakeholders; can be done when Initiating or Planning is complete depending upon
                                         the organization
      Manage Stakeholder                 N. The process of communicating with the stakeholders to determine their
 8                                       expectations and addressing issues in a timely manner
      Expectations
      Performance Measurement            C. An integrated scope-schedule-cost plan that is used as the basis for execution
 9                                       measurement and performance management
      Baseline
      Performance Reporting              H. The collection and interpretation of performance data; can include status,
 10                                      progress, and forecast reports
      (Output/Input)
 11   Plan Communications                O. The process of defining a communications approach for the project
                                         K. A report that states what has been accomplished in a specific amount of time on
 12   Progress Report
                                         the project (but not the entire project)
      Project Communications             E. The processes required to ensure that project information is amassed and
 13                                      distributed in a timely and appropriate manner to the appropriate parties
      Management
                                         M. A reporting method in which future performance is estimated based on past
 14   Project Forecasting
                                         performance of the project
                                         G. The process of amassing and disseminating information regarding project
 15   Report Performance
                                         performance and including such documents as status reports and forecasts.
 16   Status Report                      B. A report that states the current shape or state of the project to date




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               Term            Answer                                               Definition
                                                     A. Measure the probability and impact of the risks and estimate the impact
 1    Brainstorming
                                                     on the project
 2    Contingency Allowance                          B. A middle ground between the risk taken and the benefit received
                                                     C. A technique used to simulate the outcome of a project many times to
      Contingency Reserves
 3                                                   determine the range of possible outcomes and the probability of their
      (Output/Input)
                                                     occurrence
      Expected Monetary Value                        D. Numbers representing the risk of certain events, the likelihood of their
 4                                                   occurring, plus the impact on the project (if the event does occur)
      (EMV) (Analysis)
 5    Identify Risks                                 E. A response to a risk that wasn't planned

 6    Monte Carlo Analysis                           F. Opting to accept the impact or consequences of a risk event

      Perform Quantitative Risk                      G. The product of multiplying the monetary value impact and probability of
 7                                                   the risk event
      Analysis
                                                     H. The process of determining what risk responses will be used on risk
 8    Plan Risk Responses                            events and who will be responsible for implementing the responses if the
                                                     risks occur
                                                     I. A data-generating technique which includes team members or subject
      Probability and Impact Matrix
 9                                                   matter experts for the purpose of solving project problems, identifying
      (Tool)
                                                     project risk, and planning-related activities
                                                     J. A decomposition of the risk categorization, and the risks within those
 10   Reserve Analysis
                                                     categories that could occur on a project
                                                     K. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk
 11   Residual Risk
                                                     Tolerance.
                                                     L. Reserves that can help mitigate schedule or cost issues (risk), in the
 12   Risk Acceptance
                                                     case of changes with the scope or quality on the project
      Risk Breakdown Structure                       M. A technique used in risk management that helps show which risks will
 13                                                  likely have the most impact on the project
      (RBS) (Tool)
 14   Risk Database                                  N. A technique to determine the amount of reserves needed for a project
                                                     O. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as
 15   Risk Factors
                                                     Risk Utility
                                                     P. The process of determining which risks can impact a project and the
 16   Risk Mitigation
                                                     documentation of their properties or characteristics
 17   Risk Seeking                                   Q. Possessing a higher tolerance than most for risk
                                                     R. A tool used to determine where a risk fits on a project - The typical
 18   Risk Tolerance
                                                     rating is high, medium, or low for probability and impact.
                                                     S. Minimizing the impact of a risk event by minimizing the likelihood
 19   Risk Utility
                                                     (probability) of its occurrence
                                                     T. A data repository that stores and manipulates information associated
 20   Risk-Neutral
                                                     with the risk management processes
 21   Sensitivity Analysis                           U. A negative risk to the project

 22   Threat                                         V. Risk that remains after response strategies have been applied
                                                     W. Compensation in the planning for unknown items that could occur;
 23   Workaround (Technique)
                                                     typically schedule- or cost-related; also commonly called buffer




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               Term                                                              Definition
                                           I. A data-generating technique which includes team members or subject matter
 1    Brainstorming                        experts for the purpose of solving project problems, identifying project risk, and
                                           planning-related activities
                                           W. Compensation in the planning for unknown items that could occur; typically
 2    Contingency Allowance
                                           schedule- or cost-related; also commonly called buffer
      Contingency Reserves                 L. Reserves that can help mitigate schedule or cost issues (risk), in the case of
 3                                         changes with the scope or quality on the project
      (Output/Input)
      Expected Monetary Value              G. The product of multiplying the monetary value impact and probability of the risk
 4                                         event
      (EMV) (Analysis)
                                           P. The process of determining which risks can impact a project and the
 5    Identify Risks
                                           documentation of their properties or characteristics
                                           C. A technique used to simulate the outcome of a project many times to determine
 6    Monte Carlo Analysis
                                           the range of possible outcomes and the probability of their occurrence
      Perform Quantitative Risk            A. Measure the probability and impact of the risks and estimate the impact on the
 7                                         project
      Analysis
                                           H. The process of determining what risk responses will be used on risk events and
 8    Plan Risk Responses
                                           who will be responsible for implementing the responses if the risks occur
      Probability and Impact               R. A tool used to determine where a risk fits on a project - The typical rating is high,
 9                                         medium, or low for probability and impact.
      Matrix (Tool)
 10   Reserve Analysis                     N. A technique to determine the amount of reserves needed for a project

 11   Residual Risk                        V. Risk that remains after response strategies have been applied

 12   Risk Acceptance                      F. Opting to accept the impact or consequences of a risk event

      Risk Breakdown Structure             J. A decomposition of the risk categorization, and the risks within those categories
 13                                        that could occur on a project
      (RBS) (Tool)
                                           T. A data repository that stores and manipulates information associated with the risk
 14   Risk Database
                                           management processes
                                           D. Numbers representing the risk of certain events, the likelihood of their occurring,
 15   Risk Factors
                                           plus the impact on the project (if the event does occur)
                                           S. Minimizing the impact of a risk event by minimizing the likelihood (probability) of its
 16   Risk Mitigation
                                           occurrence
 17   Risk Seeking                         Q. Possessing a higher tolerance than most for risk

 18   Risk Tolerance                       O. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Utility

 19   Risk Utility                         K. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Tolerance.

 20   Risk-Neutral                         B. A middle ground between the risk taken and the benefit received
                                           M. A technique used in risk management that helps show which risks will likely have
 21   Sensitivity Analysis
                                           the most impact on the project
 22   Threat                               U. A negative risk to the project

 23   Workaround (Technique)               E. A response to a risk that wasn't planned




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8.14.3, Page 289, Matching Exercise #1
               Term            Answer                                              Definition
                                                   A. A process that examines which variables have the greatest outcome on
 1    Benchmarking
                                                   a process or product
                                                   B. A set of activities completed in a certain order to create a product,
 2    Conformance
                                                   result, or service
                                                   C. The area on the sides of a mean of a control chart that the customer
 3    Control Limits                               has established as acceptable limits for testing; can be above or below
                                                   but not between the control limits
      Cost of Quality (COQ)                        D. The comparison of a current product to industry standards or past
 4                                                 standards to attain a measurement or baseline
      (Technique)
                                                   E. A rule that states if seven consecutive data points are on one side of
 5    Design of Experiments (DOE)                  the mean (above or below) or increasing/decreasing then the process is
                                                   out of control and should be investigated
      Fishbone Diagrams                            F. Cost of conformance to requirements and non-conformance
 6
      (Ishikawa Diagrams)
                                                   G. Document that establishes the definition of quality, quality baseline,
                                                   checklists; also defines and validates quality processes, tests the product,
 7    Flowcharts
                                                   formats data for communication to project stakeholders, and deals with
                                                   changes to quality standards and processes
                                                   H. Creation and delivery of a product that has met the specified
 8    Inspection (Technique)
                                                   requirements and conformance (or functionality) of use
 9    Kaizen                                       I. Diagrams that display the connectivity of pieces of a system

 10   Parametric Estimating                        J. A measurement of acceptability of a product or process
                                                   K. Diagrams that break down possible areas for failure in a process and
 11   Perform Quality Control                      allow analysis of impact for the area; sometimes considered an ideal tool
                                                   for root cause analysis
                                                   L. A technique that is used to discover what is an underlying problem,
 12   Population
                                                   defect, or variance with a system or product
                                                   M. The area of measurement three standard deviations (or Sigma) from
 13   Process
                                                   the mean on a control chart
 14   Quality                                      N. The degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfill requirements
                                                   O. Observe project results to verify they meet the applicable quality
 15   Quality Management Plan
                                                   standards while attempting to improve overall quality
                                                   P. Evaluating something created to ensure it meets the desired standards
 16   Root Cause Analysis
                                                   for use and conforms to requirements
                                                   Q. An estimating technique that utilizes historical or industry data to
 17   Seven Run Rule
                                                   create estimates based on parameters such as a per unit or size variable
                                                   R. The entire group of similar criteria (Ex: All Americans, all owners of a
 18   Sigma
                                                   particular product)
                                                   S. A technique that takes a proactive stance to process development, one
 19   Specification Limits
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               Term            Answer                                             Definition
                                                  A. A graph of data that shows the measurement of a process over
 1    Common Cause
                                                  elapsed time
 2    Control Chart                               B. The characteristics that the user desires built into a product
                                                  C. Selecting a section of the population to use for a measurement
 3    Cost of Nonconformance
                                                  (instead of the entire population)
 4    Defect Repair                               D. A predictable source of variation in a system
                                                  E. Identification of applicable quality standards and how to attain them on
 5    Features
                                                  the project or product
                                                  F. Actions used to modify/repair defective products to come within
 6    Flowcharting (Technique)
                                                  specification of the desired process outcome
                                                  G. Cost associated with not meeting quality expectations of the project or
 7    Influence Diagram
                                                  product
                                                  H. A histogram that allows prioritization of problem areas on a project,
 8    ISO 9000
                                                  system, etc.
                                                  I. A document (or piece of a document) that describes the requirements
 9    Normal Distribution                         that something is to be created by or performed to, as well as verifiable
                                                  when it has been created
 10   Pareto Chart (Tool)                         J. A graphical representation of causal influences
                                                  K. A set of activities completed in a certain order to accomplish a desired
 11   Plan Quality
                                                  objective
                                                  L. The process of correcting or improving an error in the creation of the
 12   Procedure
                                                  project
                                                  M. Developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
 13   Project Quality Management                  as a means to plan, control, and document processes, and overall
                                                  improve quality
                                                  N. Reviews of quality activities that apply to lessons learned and can be
 14   Quality Audits
                                                  applied to current and future projects
                                                  O. A decomposition approach to breaking a system or process into block
 15   Rework
                                                  steps that can be repeated by following the diagram
                                                  P. The processes required to ensure that the result of the project is
 16   Specification
                                                  satisfactory: establishing policies, objectives, and responsibilities
 17   Standard Deviation                          Q. A bell-shaped curve that is in sync with the mean of the population
                                                  R. A technique which emphasizes executing the project and total cost of
 18   Statistical Sampling                        ownership over the product life cycle as efficiently and effectively as
                                                  possible
 19   Value Engineering (VE)                      S. The measurement of variation within a distribution




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               Term                                                             Definition
                                          D. The comparison of a current product to industry standards or past standards to
 1    Benchmarking
                                          attain a measurement or baseline
                                          H. Creation and delivery of a product that has met the specified requirements and
 2    Conformance
                                          conformance (or functionality) of use
                                          M. The area of measurement three standard deviations (or Sigma) from the mean on
 3    Control Limits
                                          a control chart
      Cost of Quality (COQ)               F. Cost of conformance to requirements and non-conformance
 4
      (Technique)
                                          A. A process that examines which variables have the greatest outcome on a process
 5    Design of Experiments (DOE)
                                          or product
                                          K. Diagrams that break down possible areas for failure in a process and allow
      Fishbone Diagrams
 6                                        analysis of impact for the area; sometimes considered an ideal tool for root cause
      (Ishikawa Diagrams)
                                          analysis
 7    Flowcharts                          I. Diagrams that display the connectivity of pieces of a system
                                          P. Evaluating something created to ensure it meets the desired standards for use
 8    Inspection (Technique)
                                          and conforms to requirements
                                          S. A technique that takes a proactive stance to process development, one that
 9    Kaizen
                                          makes improvements throughout a process as time evolves
                                          Q. An estimating technique that utilizes historical or industry data to create estimates
 10   Parametric Estimating
                                          based on parameters such as a per unit or size variable
                                          O. Observe project results to verify they meet the applicable quality standards while
 11   Perform Quality Control
                                          attempting to improve overall quality
                                          R. The entire group of similar criteria (Ex: All Americans, all owners of a particular
 12   Population
                                          product)
                                          B. A set of activities completed in a certain order to create a product, result, or
 13   Process
                                          service
 14   Quality                             N. The degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfill requirements
                                          G. Document that establishes the definition of quality, quality baseline, checklists;
                                          also defines and validates quality processes, tests the product, formats data for
 15   Quality Management Plan
                                          communication to project stakeholders, and deals with changes to quality standards
                                          and processes
                                          L. A technique that is used to discover what is an underlying problem, defect, or
 16   Root Cause Analysis
                                          variance with a system or product
                                          E. A rule that states if seven consecutive data points are on one side of the mean
 17   Seven Run Rule                      (above or below) or increasing/decreasing, then the process is out of control and
                                          should be investigated
 18   Sigma                               J. A measurement of acceptability of a product or process
                                          C. The area on the sides of a mean of a control chart that the customer has
 19   Specification Limits                established as acceptable limits for testing; can be above or below but not between
                                          the control limits




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               Term                                                            Definition
 1    Common Cause                        D. A predictable source of variation in a system

 2    Control Chart                       A. A graph of data that shows the measurement of a process over elapsed time

 3    Cost of Nonconformance              G. Cost associated with not meeting quality expectations of the project or product

 4    Defect Repair                       L. The process of correcting or improving an error in the creation of the project

 5    Features                            B. The characteristics that the user desires built into a product
                                          O. A decomposition approach to breaking a system or process into block steps that
 6    Flowcharting (Technique)
                                          can be repeated by following the diagram
 7    Influence Diagram                   J. A graphical representation of causal influences
                                          M. Developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as a
 8    ISO 9000
                                          means to plan, control, and document processes, and overall improve quality
 9    Normal Distribution                 Q. A bell-shaped curve that is in sync with the mean of the population

 10   Pareto Chart (Tool)                 H. A histogram that allows prioritization of problem areas on a project, system, etc.
                                          E. Identification of applicable quality standards and how to attain them on the project
 11   Plan Quality
                                          or product
 12   Procedure                           K. A set of activities completed in a certain order to accomplish a desired objective
                                          P. The processes required to ensure that the result of the project is satisfactory:
 13   Project Quality Management
                                          establishing policies, objectives, and responsibilities
                                          N. Reviews of quality activities that apply to lessons learned and can be applied to
 14   Quality Audits
                                          current and future projects
                                          F. Actions used to modify/repair defective products to come within specification of
 15   Rework
                                          the desired process outcome
                                          I. A document (or piece of a document) that describes the requirements that
 16   Specification                       something is to be created by or performed to, as well as verifiable when it has been
                                          created
 17   Standard Deviation                  S. The measurement of variation within a distribution
                                          C. Selecting a section of the population to use for a measurement (instead of the
 18   Statistical Sampling
                                          entire population)
                                          R. A technique which emphasizes executing the project and total cost of ownership
 19   Value Engineering (VE)
                                          over the product life cycle as efficiently and effectively as possible




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               Term                                                             Definition
                                           E. A data-generating technique which includes team members or subject matter
 1    Brainstorming                        experts for the purpose of solving project problems, identifying project risk, and
                                           planning-related activities
      Conformance to                       A. The point where the project and product meet the standards of the written
 2                                         specifications defined at project inception (or modified through change control)
      Requirement
 3    Corrective Action                    J. Action taken to bring project in line with the project management plan

 4    Defect                               Q. A problem or error in the creation of the work of the project

      Failure Mode and Effect              M. A process that analyzes every failure mode in every piece of a product - The
 5                                         analysis is then reviewed for impact on every aspect of the system.
      Analysis (FMEA)
 6    Fitness for Use                      G. A product that can be used as it was intended when designed

 7    Grade                                C. A ranking to classify products that have different functions or features
                                           O. Diagrams that break down possible areas for failure in a process and allow
 8    Ishikawa Diagrams                    analysis of impact for the area; sometimes considered an ideal tool for root cause
                                           analysis. Also known as fishbone diagrams
 9    Mean                                 H. The average value in a measurement of a population
                                           I. Identification of the few problems that have the most occurrence on a
 10   Pareto Analysis
                                           measurement in a system/project, etc.
 11   Performance                          B. The level of success at which a product performs its intended use
                                           P. Cost of planning and executing a project within an acceptable range of error (or
 12   Prevention Cost
                                           error free)
                                           K. Adjustments made to modify the output of a process to achieve a better degree of
 13   Process Adjustments
                                           quality
                                           F. The periodic analysis of project performance to verify that the project will meet the
 14   Perform Quality Assurance
                                           applicable quality standards
 15   Reliability                          D. The likelihood of a product or service to function as planned

 16   Sample                               N. A part of the population used for a measurement (instead of the entire population)

 17   Special Cause                        L. A non-random or intermittent variable in a system




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9.8.3, Page 335, Matching Exercise #1
               Term             Answer                                            Definition
                                                  A. A role that helps evolve information and understanding on the project
 1    Aggressors
                                                  above the team members
                                                  B. The process of creating a consistent (even) workload for the resources
 2    Clarifiers
                                                  on a project
                                                  C. A role that is non-participatory on the project regarding information and
 3    Competition Power
                                                  project issues
 4    Develop HR Plan                             D. A role with a negative attitude toward the project
                                                  E. Being professional and practical when working with others; helps to
 5    Dominators                                  foster a win/win relationship with those that work with the project manager
                                                  by allowing the project manager to look at the people and their needs
 6    Expert Power                                F. A description of the roles and responsibilities of a team member

 7    Harmonizers                                 G. The process of developing the human resource plan
                                                  H. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each
 8    Information Givers                          work item and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as
                                                  Organizational Breakdown Structure
                                                  I. A role that helps focus on making sure people on the project understand
 9    Knowledge of Needs Power
                                                  what the details of the project entail
      Organizational Breakdown                    J. The creation of individual and team skills to maximize project output
 10
      Structure (OBS) (Tool)
                                                  K. A type of power that attempts to realize the two things that are
 11   Persistence Power                           negotiated for what the other party says they are after, and what they are
                                                  after that hasn't been made public
                                                  L. A type of power that maximizes involvement in the project or idea in the
 12   Position Description (Tool)                 form of competition to help enhance the commitment of those involved to
                                                  work toward a more successful outcome of the project or idea
                                                  M. A type of power that uses positive actions or consequences to attain
 13   Professionalism Power
                                                  desired results from other people
      Project Organization Chart                  N. A role that shares information and thus helps enhance communication
 14                                               on the project
      (Output/Input)
                                                  O. People, supplies, equipment, and other items used in the work of the
 15   Rapport
                                                  project
                                                  P. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each
 16   Resource                                    work item and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as
                                                  Project Organizational Chart
                                                  Q. A role that consumes project communication and focus with their own
 17   Resource Leveling
                                                  views without considering others
 18   Reward Power                                R. The hiring and applying of the needed resources to the project
                                                  S. A capacity in which one uses personal knowledge and expert opinion
 19   Staff Acquisition
                                                  to get others to do what is desired
 20   Team Development                            T. Possessing comfort or a harmonious relationship with someone
                                                  U. Sticking to the target of the negotiations or project; involves holding on
 21   Withdrawers                                 and working toward the target - In many cases, people simply give up
                                                  after an initial rejection.




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9.8.3, Page 337, Matching Exercise #3
               Term             Answer                                               Definition
                                                    A. A type of power that uses calculated risks in negotiations to achieve
 1    Attitude Power
                                                    project goals
 2    Coercive/Penalty Power                        B. The processes required to organize and manage the project team

 3    Compromise                                    C. Getting people to do what you desire based on your authority
                                                    D. A role that doesn't stay focused on the primary topics of focus and
 4    Develop Project Team
                                                    conversation
                                                    E. The process of improving the project management team to optimize
 5    Empathetic Listening
                                                    project performance
                                                    F. A pyramid representation of Maslow's Theory that a person's motivation
 6    Forcing
                                                    is based on needs (and where the person fits in this pyramid)
                                                    G. A type of power that uses negative approaches including threatening
 7    Hierarchy of Needs
                                                    and punishment to get people to do things they don't want to do
                                                    H. A role that works to enhance information and knowledge associated
 8    Information Seekers
                                                    with the project
 9    Legitimate Power                              I. Applying an all or nothing (win/lose) to get the desired result
                                                    J. A type of power that can involve using a middle person to negotiate for
 10   Mirroring
                                                    the Project Manager
                                                    K. Determining, assigning, and documenting responsibilities, roles, and
 11   Organizational Planning
                                                    reporting relationships on a project
                                                    L. A document used to describe when resources will start and finish the
 12   Persuasion Power
                                                    project
 13   Power                                         M. Matching behavior characteristics of another person or group
                                                    N. A structure that shows the decomposition of the resources being used
      Project Human Resource
 14                                                 on the project; can include personnel, divisions or departments, and job
      Management
                                                    roles
                                                    O. A conflict resolution technique in which a solution involves (typically) a
 15   Project Team
                                                    little of what everyone is proposing for a solution
                                                    P. The group of people put together to plan and (or) execute the work of
 16   Recognition Seekers
                                                    the project
                                                    Q. Discounting logic, which technical people can often use to sell ideas
      Resource Breakdown                            instead of focusing on comparisons that relate to the experience of the
 17
      Structure (RBS)                               negotiating parties, creating evidence that can't be overlooked, and
                                                    showing how a solution will meet their needs
                                                    S. Listening with the goal of understanding what the sender is trying to
 18   Resource Loading
                                                    communicate
 19   Risk Power                                    T. The process of applying resources to a schedule and its activities

 20   Staffing Management Plan                      U. The possible ability to influence behavior or performance of others

 21   Topic Jumpers                                 V. A role that looks at the project first to see what they can get out of it




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9.9.3, Page 347, Matching Exercise #1 Answers

                   Term                                                      Definition
 1    Aggressors                        D. A role with a negative attitude toward the project
                                        I. A role that helps focus on making sure people on the project understand what the
 2    Clarifiers
                                        details of the project entail
                                        L. A type of power that maximizes involvement in the project or idea in the form of
 3    Competition Power                 competition to help enhance the commitment of those involved to work toward a
                                        more successful outcome of the project or idea
 4    Develop HR Plan                   G. The process of developing the human resource plan
                                        Q. A role that consumes project communication and focus with their own views
 5    Dominators
                                        without considering others
                                        S. A capacity in which one uses personal knowledge and expert opinion to get
 6    Expert Power
                                        others to do what is desired
                                        A. A role that helps evolve information and understanding on the project above the
 7    Harmonizers
                                        team members
                                        N. A role that shares information and thus helps enhance communication on the
 8    Information Givers
                                        project
                                        K. A type of power that attempts to realize the two things that are negotiated for:
 9    Knowledge of Needs Power          what the other party says they are after, and what they are after that hasn't been
                                        made public
                                        P. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item
      Organizational Breakdown
 10                                     and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as Project Organization
      Structure (OBS) (Tool)
                                        Chart
                                        U. Sticking to the target of the negotiations or project; involves holding on and
 11   Persistence Power                 working toward the target - In many cases, people simply give up after an initial
                                        rejection.
 12   Position Description (Tool)       F. A description of the roles and responsibilities of a team member
                                        E. Being professional and practical when working with others; helps to foster a
 13   Professionalism Power             win/win relationship with those that work with the project manager by allowing the
                                        project manager to look at the people and their needs
                                        H. An organization chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item
      Project Organization Chart
 14                                     and can show reporting relationships as well; also known as Organizational
      (Output/Input)
                                        Breakdown Structure
 15   Rapport                           T. Possessing comfort or a harmonious relationship with someone

 16   Resource                          O. People, supplies, equipment, and other items used in the work of the project
                                        B. The process of creating a consistent (even) workload for the resources on a
 17   Resource Leveling
                                        project
                                        M. A type of power that uses positive actions or consequences to attain desired
 18   Reward Power
                                        results from other people
 19   Staff Acquisition                 R. The hiring and applying of the needed resources to the project

 20   Team Development                  J. The creation of individual and team skills to maximize project output
                                        C. A role that is non-participatory on the project regarding information and project
 21   Withdrawers
                                        issues




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9.9.3, Pages 348 and 349, Matching Exercise #3 Answers

                   Term                                                          Definition
                                          J. A type of power that can involve using a middle person to negotiate for the Project
 1    Attitude Power
                                          Manager
                                          G. A type of power that uses negative approaches including threatening and
 2    Coercive/Penalty Power
                                          punishment to get people to do things they don't want to do
                                          O. A conflict resolution technique in which a solution involves (typically) a little of
 3    Compromise
                                          what everyone is proposing for a solution
                                          E. The process of improving the project management team to optimize project
 4    Develop Project Team
                                          performance
 5    Empathetic Listening                S. Listening with the goal of understanding what the sender is trying to communicate

 6    Forcing                             I. Applying an all or nothing (win/lose) to get the desired result
                                          F. A pyramid representation of Maslow's Theory that a person's motivation is based
 7    Hierarchy of Needs
                                          on needs (and where the person fits in this pyramid)
                                          H. A role that works to enhance information and knowledge associated with the
 8    Information Seekers
                                          project
 9    Legitimate Power                    C. Getting people to do what you desire based on your authority

 10   Mirroring                           M. Matching behavior characteristics of another person or group
                                          K. Determining, assigning, and documenting responsibilities, roles, and reporting
 11   Organizational Planning
                                          relationships on a project
                                          Q. Discounting logic, which technical people can often use to sell ideas instead of
                                          focusing on comparisons that relate to the experience of the negotiating parties,
 12   Persuasion Power
                                          creating evidence that can't be overlooked, and showing how a solution will meet
                                          their needs
 13   Power                               U. The possible ability to influence behavior or performance of others

      Project Human Resource              B. The processes required to organize and manage the project team
 14
      Management
 15   Project Team                        P. The group of people put together to plan and (or) execute the work of the project

 16   Recognition Seekers                 V. A role that looks at the project first to see what they can get out of it

      Resource Breakdown                  N. A structure that shows the decomposition of the resources being used on the
 17                                       project; can include personnel, divisions or departments, and job roles
      Structure (RBS)
 18   Resource Loading                    T. The process of applying resources to a schedule and its activities

 19   Risk Power                          A. A type of power that uses calculated risks in negotiations to achieve project goals

 20   Staffing Management Plan            L. A document used to describe when resources will start and finish the project

 21   Topic Jumpers                       D. A role that doesn't stay focused on the primary topics of focus and conversation




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10.11.3, Page 373, Matching Exercise
               Term            Answer                                                Definition
      Communication Management                       A. A report that includes significant variations from the planned activities
 1
      Plan
      Communications                                 B. A report that states the current shape or state of the project to date
 2
      Infrastructure
                                                     C. An integrated scope-schedule-cost plan that is used as the basis for
 3    Distribute Information
                                                     execution measurement and performance management
                                                     D. The process of identifying all people or entities that are impacted by
 4    Exception Report
                                                     the project and detailing their involvement and impact on the project
                                                     E. The processes required to ensure that project information is amassed
 5    Forecasts                                      and distributed in a timely and appropriate manner to the appropriate
                                                     parties
                                                     P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on
 6    Identify Stakeholders
                                                     historical information and current project knowledge
                                                     F. Tools and techniques used to create the foundation for information
 7    Kickoff Meeting
                                                     transfer on a project
      Manage Stakeholder                             G. The process of amassing and disseminating information regarding
 8    Expectations                                   project performance and including such documents as status reports and
                                                     forecasts.
      Performance Measurement                        H. The collection and interpretation of performance data; can include
 9                                                   status, progress, and forecast reports
      Baseline
      Performance Reporting                          I. A document created to define the project communication needs based
 10                                                  on stakeholder needs
      (Output/Input)
                                                     J. A meeting used to initiate the start of the project; typically attended by
 11   Plan Communications                            all the key stakeholders; can be done when Initiating or Planning is
                                                     complete depending upon the organization
                                                     K. A report that states what has been accomplished in a specific amount
 12   Progress Report
                                                     of time on the project (but not the entire project)
      Project Communications                         L. Deliver needed project information to stakeholders in an appropriate
 13                                                  timeframe
      Management
                                                     M. A reporting method in which future performance is estimated based
 14   Project Forecasting
                                                     on past performance of the project
                                                     N. The process of communicating with the stakeholders to determine their
 15   Report Performance
                                                     expectations and addressing issues in a timely manner
 16   Status Report                                  O. The process of defining a communications approach for the project




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10.12.3, Pages 381 and 382, Matching Exercise Answers
               Term                                                            Definition
      Communications                     I. A document created to define the project communication needs based on
 1                                       stakeholder needs
      Management Plan
      Communications                     F. Tools and techniques used to create the foundation for information transfer on a
 2                                       project
      Infrastructure
 3    Distribute Information             L. Deliver needed project information to stakeholders in an appropriate timeframe

 4    Exception Report                   A. A report that includes significant variations from the planned activities
                                         P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on historical
 5    Forecasts
                                         information and current project knowledge
                                         D. The process of identifying all people or entities that are impacted by the project
 6    Identify Stakeholders
                                         and detailing their involvement and impact on the project

      Kickoff Meeting                    J. A meeting used to initiate the start of the project; typically attended by all the key
 7                                       stakeholders; can be done when Initiating or Planning is complete depending upon
                                         the organization
      Manage Stakeholder                 N. The process of communicating with the stakeholders to determine their
 8                                       expectations and addressing issues in a timely manner
      Expectations
      Performance Measurement            C. An integrated scope-schedule-cost plan that is used as the basis for execution
 9                                       measurement and performance management
      Baseline
      Performance Reporting              H. The collection and interpretation of performance data; can include status,
 10                                      progress, and forecast reports
      (Output/Input)
 11   Plan Communications                O. The process of defining a communications approach for the project
                                         K. A report that states what has been accomplished in a specific amount of time on
 12   Progress Report
                                         the project (but not the entire project)
      Project Communications             E. The processes required to ensure that project information is amassed and
 13                                      distributed in a timely and appropriate manner to the appropriate parties
      Management
                                         M. A reporting method in which future performance is estimated based on past
 14   Project Forecasting
                                         performance of the project
                                         G. The process of amassing and disseminating information regarding project
 15   Report Performance
                                         performance and including such documents as status reports and forecasts.
 16   Status Report                      B. A report that states the current shape or state of the project to date




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11.11.3, Page 414, Matching Exercise #2
               Term            Answer                                               Definition
                                                     A. Measure the probability and impact of the risks and estimate the impact
 1    Brainstorming
                                                     on the project
 2    Contingency Allowance                          B. A middle ground between the risk taken and the benefit received
                                                     C. A technique used to simulate the outcome of a project many times to
      Contingency Reserves
 3                                                   determine the range of possible outcomes and the probability of their
      (Output/Input)
                                                     occurrence
      Expected Monetary Value                        D. Numbers representing the risk of certain events, the likelihood of their
 4                                                   occurring, plus the impact on the project (if the event does occur)
      (EMV) (Analysis)
 5    Identify Risks                                 E. A response to a risk that wasn't planned

 6    Monte Carlo Analysis                           F. Opting to accept the impact or consequences of a risk event

      Perform Quantitative Risk                      G. The product of multiplying the monetary value impact and probability of
 7                                                   the risk event
      Analysis
                                                     H. The process of determining what risk responses will be used on risk
 8    Plan Risk Responses                            events and who will be responsible for implementing the responses if the
                                                     risks occur
                                                     I. A data-generating technique which includes team members or subject
      Probability and Impact Matrix
 9                                                   matter experts for the purpose of solving project problems, identifying
      (Tool)
                                                     project risk, and planning-related activities
                                                     J. A decomposition of the risk categorization, and the risks within those
 10   Reserve Analysis
                                                     categories that could occur on a project
                                                     K. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk
 11   Residual Risk
                                                     Tolerance.
                                                     L. Reserves that can help mitigate schedule or cost issues (risk), in the
 12   Risk Acceptance
                                                     case of changes with the scope or quality on the project
      Risk Breakdown Structure                       M. A technique used in risk management that helps show which risks will
 13                                                  likely have the most impact on the project
      (RBS) (Tool)
 14   Risk Database                                  N. A technique to determine the amount of reserves needed for a project
                                                     O. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as
 15   Risk Factors
                                                     Risk Utility
                                                     P. The process of determining which risks can impact a project and the
 16   Risk Mitigation
                                                     documentation of their properties or characteristics
 17   Risk Seeking                                   Q. Possessing a higher tolerance than most for risk
                                                     R. A tool used to determine where a risk fits on a project - The typical
 18   Risk Tolerance
                                                     rating is high, medium, or low for probability and impact.
                                                     S. Minimizing the impact of a risk event by minimizing the likelihood
 19   Risk Utility
                                                     (probability) of its occurrence
                                                     T. A data repository that stores and manipulates information associated
 20   Risk-Neutral
                                                     with the risk management processes
 21   Sensitivity Analysis                           U. A negative risk to the project

 22   Threat                                         V. Risk that remains after response strategies have been applied
                                                     W. Compensation in the planning for unknown items that could occur;
 23   Workaround (Technique)
                                                     typically schedule- or cost-related; also commonly called buffer




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11.12.3, Pages 424 and 425, Matching Exercise #2 Answers
               Term                                                              Definition
                                           I. A data-generating technique which includes team members or subject matter
 1    Brainstorming                        experts for the purpose of solving project problems, identifying project risk, and
                                           planning-related activities
                                           W. Compensation in the planning for unknown items that could occur; typically
 2    Contingency Allowance
                                           schedule- or cost-related; also commonly called buffer
      Contingency Reserves                 L. Reserves that can help mitigate schedule or cost issues (risk), in the case of
 3                                         changes with the scope or quality on the project
      (Output/Input)
      Expected Monetary Value              G. The product of multiplying the monetary value impact and probability of the risk
 4                                         event
      (EMV) (Analysis)
                                           P. The process of determining which risks can impact a project and the
 5    Identify Risks
                                           documentation of their properties or characteristics
                                           C. A technique used to simulate the outcome of a project many times to determine
 6    Monte Carlo Analysis
                                           the range of possible outcomes and the probability of their occurrence
      Perform Quantitative Risk            A. Measure the probability and impact of the risks and estimate the impact on the
 7                                         project
      Analysis
                                           H. The process of determining what risk responses will be used on risk events and
 8    Plan Risk Responses
                                           who will be responsible for implementing the responses if the risks occur
      Probability and Impact               R. A tool used to determine where a risk fits on a project - The typical rating is high,
 9                                         medium, or low for probability and impact.
      Matrix (Tool)
 10   Reserve Analysis                     N. A technique to determine the amount of reserves needed for a project

 11   Residual Risk                        V. Risk that remains after response strategies have been applied

 12   Risk Acceptance                      F. Opting to accept the impact or consequences of a risk event

      Risk Breakdown Structure             J. A decomposition of the risk categorization, and the risks within those categories
 13                                        that could occur on a project
      (RBS) (Tool)
                                           T. A data repository that stores and manipulates information associated with the risk
 14   Risk Database
                                           management processes
                                           D. Numbers representing the risk of certain events, the likelihood of their occurring,
 15   Risk Factors
                                           plus the impact on the project (if the event does occur)
                                           S. Minimizing the impact of a risk event by minimizing the likelihood (probability) of its
 16   Risk Mitigation
                                           occurrence
 17   Risk Seeking                         Q. Possessing a higher tolerance than most for risk

 18   Risk Tolerance                       O. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Utility

 19   Risk Utility                         K. The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Tolerance.

 20   Risk-Neutral                         B. A middle ground between the risk taken and the benefit received
                                           M. A technique used in risk management that helps show which risks will likely have
 21   Sensitivity Analysis
                                           the most impact on the project
 22   Threat                               U. A negative risk to the project

 23   Workaround (Technique)               E. A response to a risk that wasn't planned




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4.12.4, Page 91, Integration Practice Test, Question 8, Sentence 2
Error Incorrect text after During the
Action Change Exciting to Executing
Correction During the Executing processes…

5.9.4, Page 125, Scope Practice Test, Question 4, Sentence 4
Error Incorrect the prior to how
Action Remove the prior to how
Correction Of the following, which is the best description of how the Project Manager will use the matrix?

6.10.5, Page 185, Time Practice Test, Question 13, Answers A and B
Error Incorrect text after published estimating
Action Change date to data
Correction (A) Expert judgment, published estimating data… and (B) Expert judgment, published estimating
data…

6.11.5, Page 186, Time Practice Test, Question 17
Error Incorrect text after Critical Chain Method
Action Remove CPM
Correction Of the following, which is the most accurate description of the difference between the Critical
Chain Method and the Program Evaluation Review Technique (PERT)?

6.11.5, Page 201, Time Practice Test Answers, Question 13, Answers B and Explanation
Error Incorrect text after published estimating
Action Change date to data
Correction (B) Expert judgment, published estimating data… and The key tools and techniques for Estimate
Activity Resources process are expert judgment, published estimating data…

6.11.5, Page 202, Time Practice Test Answers, Question 17, Explanation
Error Incorrect abbreviation CPM
Action Change CPM to The Critical Chain Method
Correction The Critical Chain Method emphasizes…

8.8, Page 269, Plan Quality (Planning) Process Table, Key Inputs, Schedule Baseline, Description
Error Missing to between used and align
Action Add to between used and align
Correction The schedule baseline is used to align Plan Quality and standards with the schedule activities
and milestones.

8.10, Page 279, Perform Quality Control (Monitoring and Controlling) Process Table, Key Tools and
Techniques, Approved Change Requests Review, Description
Error Approached incorrectly appears prior to change requests
Action Change approached to approved
Correction Reviewing approved change requests is key here to see what the impact of the approved
changes are on the plan and the work of the project.

9.8.3, Page 335, Matching Exercise #1, Definition P
Error Incorrect text after semicolon
Action Correct text after semicolon to also known as a Project Organizational Chart
Correction An organizational chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item and can
show reporting relationships as well; also known as a Project Organizational Chart
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 6

9.9.3, Page 347, Matching Exercise #1 Answers, Definition P
Error Incorrect text after semicolon
Action Correct text after semicolon to also known as a Project Organizational Chart
Correction An organizational chart that displays which group is responsible for each work item and can
show reporting relationships as well; also known as Project Organizational Chart
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 8




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10.7, Page 366, Report Performance (Monitoring and Controlling) Process Table, Key Tools and
Techniques, Forecasting Methods, Description
Error Incorrect text after are
Action Change helping to helpful
Correction Forecasting methods are helpful in providing estimates on the remaining work.

10.11.3 Page 373, Matching Exercise, Term 6, Column 2
Error Missing definition letter identifier in the same row as term 6
Action Add definition letter identifier P before the definition in the same row as Term 6
Correction P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on historical information and
current project knowledge
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 10

10.12.3, Page 381, Matching Exercise Answers, Term 5, Column 2
Error Missing definition letter identifier for term 5
Action Add definition letter identifier P before the matching definition for Term 5
Correction P. Estimates related to future project performance that are based on historical information and
current project knowledge
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 11

11.4.1, Page 397, Probability Distributions, Sentence 4
Error Incorrect text (to) between “must and “take
Action Delete to
Correction Beta distribution is used to model events which must take place within an interval that has a
minimum and maximum value.

11.11.3, Page 414, Matching Exercise #2, Definition K
Error Missing semicolon and text following at the end of the definition
Action Add semicolon and clarifying text
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Tolerance
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 12

11.11.3, Page 414, Matching Exercise #2, Definition O
Error Definition not clear
Action Replace text to clarify definition
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Utility
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 12

11.12.3, Page 425, Matching Exercise #2, Definition K
Error Missing semicolon and text following at the end of the definition
Action Add semicolon and clarifying text
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Tolerance
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 13

11.12.3, Page 425, Matching Exercise #2, Definition O
Error Definition not clear
Action Replace text to clarify definition
Correction The level of satisfaction from a potential risk payoff; also known as Risk Utility
Reference Revised Tables Addendum: Table 13

12.3, Page 448, Sentence 5
Error Omitted word
Action Add can prior to influence
Correction There are a number of project processes that can influence, or be influenced by, this process.




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