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For more classes visit\nwww.snaptutorial.com\n\nQuestion 1. (TCOs A and B) An EVM analysis employs which factors to evaluate risks? (Points : 5)\n \nQuestion 2. (TCO G) You have completed all design drawings and have a complete scope for your project. You need to hire a contractor to build the product to your designs. Which type of contract would be best in this situation? (Points : 5)\n \n

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Final Exam Set 1

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Question 1. (TCOs A and B) An EVM analysis employs which factors to evaluate risks? (Points : 5)

Question 2. (TCO G) You have completed all design drawings and have a complete scope for your project. You need to hire a contractor to build the product to your designs. Which type of contract would be best in this situation? (Points : 5)

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Final Exam Set 2

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1. (TCOs A and B) Quantitative risk analysis does all of the following, except (Points : 5)

Question 2. 2. (TCO G) You need to ensure your project is completed by July 1 of next year. You do not have time to do all the design work yourself, so you decide to contract out that work. Which type of contract would likely be best in this situation? (Points : 5)

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Final Exam Set 3 (NEW)

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Question 1.

(TCO A) Qualitative risk analysis

Question 2.

(TCO A) You are the project manager of a new, innovative project. One overarching principle you adhere to is

Question 3.

(TCO B) Project assumptions are created in the scope statement. These assumptions are revisited in which process of risk management?

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Midterm Exam Set 2

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1. (TCO A) A stakeholder analysis in risk management (Points : 5)

Question 2. 2. (TCO A) When using the ATOM process to manage risks, an initiation meeting should be used for (Points : 5)

Question 3. 3. (TCO B) All of the below are risk identification methods, except (Points : 5)

Question 4. 4. (TCO D) In risk response planning, which is the difference between active and passive acceptance? (Points : 5)

Question 5. 5. (TCO E) A common tool for use in risk monitoring and control is (Points : 5)

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Risk Paper 2

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PROJ 595 Risk Paper 2rocess.

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Week 3 Risk Paper 1 (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Papers of this Assignment

PROJ 595 Week 3 Risk Paper 1

Write a two- to four-page paper regarding a project, either real or fictitious, where one is able to discuss how risks were identified, ranked, and monitored. The student is also welcome to write about a major purchase or major decision in his or her life, such as buying a new car, buying a new home,

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Week 4 Course Project(2 Project)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Project

Course Project Part I

For this project, you may choose a project that is of interest to you. When selecting a project, avoid picking one that is either too big or too small. For example, do not decide to build a new stadium for your local professional sports team (too big) or to plant your summer garden (too small).You will only be addressing the risk issues in the project so you will not need to be looking at the detail required for a business plan.

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Week 5 Midterm Set 1

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1. (TCO A) Qualitative risk analysis

2. (TCO A) When using the ATOM process to manage risks, an initiation meeting should be used for

3. (TCO B) A watch list is a

4. (TCO D) In risk response planning, which is the difference between active and passive acceptance?

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PROJ 595 Possible Is Everything--snaptutorial.com

PROJ 595 Week 6 Course Project Part II (2 Project)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Project

Course Project Part II

For this part, you will be creating two decision trees concerning specific risks or events from the project you developed in part 1. The first one will be a decision tree used to make a decision. You will be calculating an expected value based upon this decision tree.