Managing Successful Programmes Foundation v6.0

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Exam contains 112 questions

Which is a purpose of developing a ‘do-nothing’ vision?

  • A. Identifying stakeholders with negative views
  • B. Demonstrating the potential negative impacts of insufficient stakeholder commitment
  • C. Focusing programme resources on desired outcomes
  • D. Ensuring stakeholder communication is appropriately prioritized


Answer : B

What role has a focus on leading reviews and ensuring adequate assurance is designed into controls?

  • A. Senior Responsible Owner
  • B. Programme Manager
  • C. Business Change Manager
  • D. Programme Office


Answer : A

Which is a feature of a successful programme organization?

  • A. Configuration management systems
  • B. Design authority standards
  • C. Effective reporting arrangements
  • D. Established risk templates


Answer : C

Which is a reason for the process Delivering the Capability?

  • A. Complete programme definition.
  • B. Ensure outputs can be integrated into operations
  • C. Reconcile programme objectives with project delivery
  • D. Confirm outcomes have been achieved


Answer : C

Which is NOT a programme management principle?

  • A. Envisioning and communicating a better future
  • B. Adding value
  • C. Designing and delivering a coherent capability
  • D. Defining roles


Answer : D

What role authorizes improvements to the wording of the Vision Statement in order to provide greater clarity for stakeholders?

  • A. Business Change Manager
  • B. Programme Manager
  • C. Programme Assurance
  • D. Senior Responsible Owner


Answer : D

What transformational flow process requires regular assessment of the programme to determine if it is in line with the strategic direction of the organization?

  • A. Managing the Tranches
  • B. Defining a Programme
  • C. Realizing the Benefits
  • D. Identifying a Programme


Answer : A

Which describes the result of a risk on a programme?

  • A. Risk cause
  • B. Risk appetite
  • C. Risk aggregation
  • D. Risk effect


Answer : D

What process coordinates production of the outputs that are needed to enable an organization to change?

  • A. Managing the Tranches
  • B. Defining the Programme
  • C. Delivering the Capability
  • D. Realizing the Benefits


Answer : C

Which is a purpose of a Programme Office?

  • A. Obtaining authorization to proceed with transition
  • B. Providing expertise in the use of programme management tools
  • C. Approving changes that improve the Business Case
  • D. Defining clear rules for the escalation of risk and issues


Answer : B

Why are programme governance baselines updated?

  • A. Reflect lessons learned, in Managing the Tranches
  • B. Adjust programme governance to align with project governance, in Delivering the Capability
  • C. Reflect lessons from earlier programmes, in Identifying a Programme
  • D. Prepare for benefit reviews, in Realizing the Benefits


Answer : A

What document describes how the roles in the programme team relate to each other?

  • A. Stakeholder Profiles
  • B. Blueprint
  • C. Project Dossier
  • D. Organization Structure


Answer : D

Which BEST defines something that could have an unfavourable effect on programme objectives?

  • A. Risk
  • B. Opportunity
  • C. Threat
  • D. Dis-benefit


Answer : C

What role stipulates and guides the direction of a risk actionee?

  • A. Risk owner
  • B. Design Authority
  • C. Programme Manager
  • D. Project board


Answer : A

Which is a part of programme planning?

  • A. Ensuring the programme manages its projects in detail
  • B. Involving widespread discussions to include ambiguities and unknowns
  • C. Checking the sustainability of the programme against the Business Case
  • D. Providing progress information for benefits reviews


Answer : B

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