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1) Types of Prototyping
There are different types of prototyping methods that an organization can implement:
• Rapid prototyping
• Reusable prototyping
• Modular prototyping

2) Guidelines for creating a project schedule
Some of the guidelines for creating a software project schedule are discussed
a) Classification
b) Interdependence
c) Time and effort allocation
d) Validation criteria
e) Defined responsibilities and outputs

3) Question related to Critical Path

4) 2 Basic principles for tailoring design referenced by DOD
The DOD has issued a guide for tailoring that can be used as a reference source
for adapting the standards to the type of project being developed. Two basic
principles apply to tailoring:

• The tailoring process is the deletion of non-applicable requirements.
• Tailoring of the standard should be carried out by the contracting agency.

5) List name(s) for executing a process
1. Project Plan Execution—carrying out the project plan by performing the
activities included therein.
2. Quality Assurance—evaluating overall project performance on a regular basis to
provide confidence that the project will satisfy the relevant quality standards
3. Team Development —developing individual and group skills/competencies to
enhance project performance
4. Information Distribution—making needed information available to project
stakeholders in a timely manner.
5. Solicitation —obtaining quotations, bids, offers, or proposals as appropriate.
6. Source Selection —choosing from among potential sellers.
7. Contract Administration —managing the relationship with the seller.

6) Question related to WBS

7) Activities performed in Risk Management
The risk management plan describes how risk identification, qualitative and
quantitative analysis, response planning, monitoring, and control will be
structured and performed during the project life cycle. The risk management plan
may include the following.
– Methodology. Defines the approaches, tools, and data sources that may be
used to perform risk management on this project. Different types of
assessments may be appropriate, depending upon the project stage, the amount of
information available, and flexibility remaining in risk management.
– Roles and responsibilities. Defines the lead, support, and risk management
team membership for each type of action in the risk management plan. Risk
management teams organized outside of the project office may be able to
perform more independent, unbiased risk analyses of a project than those from
the sponsoring project team.
– Budgeting. Establishes a budget for risk management for the project.
– Timing. Defines how often the risk management process will be performed
throughout the project life cycle. Results should be developed early enough to
affect decisions. The decisions should be revisited periodically during project
– Scoring and interpretation. The scoring and interpretation methods
appropriate for the type and timing of the qualitative and quantitative risk
analysis being performed. Methods and scoring must be determined in
advance to ensure consistency.
– Thresholds. The threshold criteria for risks that will be acted upon, by whom,
and in what manner. The project owner, customer, or sponsor may have a
different risk threshold. The acceptable threshold forms the target against
which the project team will measure the effectiveness of the risk response plan
– Reporting formats. Describes the content and format of the risk response
plan. Defines how the results of the risk management processes will be
documented, analyzed, and communicated to the project team, internal and
external stakeholders, sponsors, and others.
– Tracking. Documents how all facets of risk activities will be recorded for the
benefit of the current project, future needs, and lessons learned. Documents if
and how risk processes will be audited.

8) What kind of activities performed in the project “wind-up” to ensure that the project ends on time.
Certain activities are performed to ensure that the project ends on time.
• Monitoring deliverables
• Monitoring progress
• Controlling change requests
• Monitoring work yet to be done

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