(answered) - 1. Networks are mutually beneficial alliances that are generally



(answered) – 1. Networks are mutually beneficial alliances that are generallyDescriptionSolution downloadThe Question1.?Networks are mutually beneficial alliances that are generally governed by the law of: (Points : 1)???????Supply-demand???????Brooks’s law???????Reciprocity???????A squeaky wheel???????Risk-rewardQuestion 2.2.?The second ring in the network of relationships for project managers includes all of the following except: (Points : 1)???????Other project managers???????Customers???????Functional managers???????Top management???????Project sponsorsQuestion 3.3.?All of the following have been found to be good for running effective project meetings except: (Points : 1)???????Start meetings on time regardless of whether everyone is present???????Identify an adjournment time???????Thoroughly document all decisions???????Prepare and distribute an agenda prior to the meeting???????All of these are good for effective meetingsQuestion 4.4.?The storming stage of team development is completed once members begin to think of themselves as part of a group. (Points : 1)???????True????????False?Question 5.5.?Which of the following would be defined as the ability or skill to perceive, assess and manage the emotions of one ‘s self and others? (Points : 1)???????Emotional stability???????Coolness under pressure???????Emotional intelligence???????Empathy???????Management sensitivityQuestion 6.6.?Symptoms of groupthink include: (Points : 1)???????The team thinking it is invincible???????Opinions of those outside the team are considered to be irrelevant???????Critical thinking disappears???????Pressure is applied to any dissenter???????All of these are symptoms of groupthinkQuestion 7.7.?A project vision is an image a project team holds in common about how the project will look upon completion, how they will work together, and how customers will accept the project. (Points : 1)???????True????????False?Question 8.8.?The essence of positive synergy can be found in the phrase: (Points : 1)???????Front of ship sink—back of ship sink???????There is no “I” in team???????Two heads are better than one???????The whole is greater than the sum of the parts???????If it doesn’t kill you, it makes you strongerQuestion 9.9.?Which of the following is not one of the most significant sources of conflict during the project planning phase? (Points : 1)???????Priorities???????Procedures???????Schedule???????Technical requirements???????CostsQuestion 10.10.?In mapping dependencies for a project, the project manager should: (Points : 1)???????Overestimate???????Underestimate???????Precisely estimate???????Either B or C are correct???????None of these are correct

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