Project Management Terminology
Communication Requirements Analysis. An analytical technique to determine the information needs of the project stakeholders through interviews, workshops, study of lessons learned from previous projects, etc.
Incremental Life Cycle. An adaptive project life cycle in which the deliverable is produced through a series of iterations that successively add functionality within a predetermined time frame. The deliverable contains the necessary and sufficient capability to be considered complete only after the final iteration.
RBS (english) : Risk Breakdown Structure
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Question to a Project Management Professional
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|You have just finished closeout on a project that has made use of resources from all over the company. There are three project sponsors and senior management wants you to proceed with a new project as soon as possible. In such circumstances, to whom should you communicate that the project is completed?||
Answer & Explanation
Explanation: All the project stakeholders must be informed on the status of the project.
See also PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition: Sec. 220.127.116.11.
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