Microsoft 74-343 Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2013
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Q1. You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013. When viewing the critical path, you notice that there are some inconsistencies. To investigate the status of the critical path, you insert the Total Slack column into a task table. You discover that many of the tasks have negative Total Slack values. You need to resolve the negative Total Slack values. What should you do? A. R
Q1. You are a manager for an organization that uses Project Professional 2013. A critical project shows average finish variance values between 5-10 days for the tasks. You need to interpret these variance values to determine the next course of action to take. What do these variance values mean? A. The project is on schedule. B. The project is running between 5-10 days ahead of schedule. C.
Q1. You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013. You are creating a project with several phases. Your customer requires the delivery phase of the project to start on July 1 and to finish within four weeks. The delivery phase includes a summary task, which consists of five separate sub tasks. You need to monitor this phase closely to ensure that it does not overrun. What should
Q1. You are a program manager for a complex software development project. You use Project Professional 2013 to manage your project. Your resources work on many different projects across the program, and you need to resolve resource over allocations. Your project team uses a resource pool to manage resources. Resource1 has been assigned to assist on a project that is on the critical path. After a