Project Management Terminology
Team Charter. A document that records the team values, agreements, and operating guidelines, as well as establishing clear expectations regarding acceptable behavior by project team members.
Result. An output from performing project management processes and activities. Results include outcomes (e.g., integrated systems, revised process, restructured organization, tests, trained personnel, etc.) and documents (e.g., policies, plans, studies, procedures, specifications, reports, etc.).
PV (english) : Planned Value
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Question to a Project Management Professional
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|A team member requests a technical change to an activity. After considering the impact, the project manager finds that the change can be implemented without any harmful effect on the project schedule or cost. Before the project manager will approve the change, he should:||
Answer & Explanation
Explanation : A project manager should thoroughly evaluate potential impacts that the change may have on all the project elements. Approved change requests can require new or revised cost estimates, activity sequences, schedule dates, resource requirements, and analysis of risk response alternatives.
See also PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition: Sec. 4.5.2
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