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Q & As for the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition by Project Management Institute

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Project Stakeholder Management

(Section 13 of the PMBOK® Guide)

212.Stakeholders are:

A.The project engineers who design and construct the project.

B.The people, groups, or organizations that could impact or be impacted by a decision, activity, or outcome of the project.

C.The organization's corporate attorneys.

D.The individuals or agencies that control contingency funds and their disbursement through the project management office (PMO).

213.Which of the following is NOT a process in Project Stakeholder Management?

A.Identify Stakeholders.

B.Control Stakeholder Engagement.

C.Monitor Stakeholder Engagement.

D.Manage Stakeholder Engagement.

214.To increase the chances of achieving project success, the project manager should do all of the following ...

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