Chapter 4. Project Planning—Facilitating Processes
To prepare for the PMP exam, it is important to understand how all of the Project Management processes interact with each other during the entire project life cycle. During this preparation, George realizes the fundamental differences between core processes and facilitating processes is
A. Core processes need to be done in the same order on most projects, whereas facilitating processes, although not optional, are performed intermittently and as needed.
B. Core processes are mandatory and facilitating processes are optional.
C. Core processes focus on developing the schedule, whereas facilitating processes focus on developing the project plan.
D. Core processes are measured and ...
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