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1. From management’s perspective, what are the most important things that the project team should address in a project management meeting?
Business opportunity and funding.
Status and risk.
Activities completed during the preceding month.
2. What are the three categories of project meetings?
Information, problem-solving, and decision-making.
Team, management, toll-gate.
Daily, weekly, monthly.
3. If your allotted time to present at a project management meeting is suddenly cut short and you need to cut your presentation, what topic(s) are most important to leave in the presentation?
Leave all the slides in the presentation, but just talk about the one most important thing on each slide.
A summary of status and risk management actions that affect the project objectives.
A slide showing schedule variance and a slide showing budget variance.
4. Who is responsible for responding to action items from a management meeting?
The project manager is always responsible to ensure action items responses are prepared and communicated.
Action items are the responsibility of the Quality Assurance department.
The responsible person (from the project team or management) should be assigned during the management review meeting.
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