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. A risk referent level is a risk component value (performance, cost, support, schedule) or combination of values that cause a project to be terminated.
  • True
  • False
. An effective risk management plan will need to address which of the following issues?
  • risk avoidance
  • risk monitoring
  • contingency planning
  • all of the above
. Proactive risk management is sometimes described as fire fighting
  • True
  • False
. Software risk always involves two characteristics
  • fire fighting and crisis management
  • known and unknown risks
  • uncertainty and loss
  • staffing and budget
. Three categories of risks are
  • business risks, personnel risks, budget risks
  • project risks, technical risks, business risks
  • planning risks, technical risks, personnel risks
  • management risks, technical risks, design risks
. Generic risks require far more attention than product-specific risks.
  • True
  • False
. A risk item checklist would contain known and predictable risks from which of these categories?
  • product size
  • development environment
  • staff size
  • process definition
  • all of the above
. Questions that should be asked to assess the overall project risk include:
  • Have top managers formally committed to support the project?
  • Are end-users committed to the project and proposed system being built?
  • Are requirement fully understood by development team and customers?
  • Does the proposed budget have time allocated for marketing?
  • a, b, c
. Software risk impact assessment should focus on consequences affecting
  • planning, resources, cost, schedule
  • marketability, cost, personnel
  • business, technology, process
  • performance, support, cost, schedule
. Risk projection attempts to rate each risk in two ways
  • likelihood and cost
  • likelihood and impact
  • likelihood and consequences
  • likelihood and exposure
. Risk tables are sorted by
  • probability and cost
  • probability and impact
  • probability and consequences
  • probability and exposure
. Individual team members can make their own estimate for a risk probability and then develop a consensus value.
  • True
  • False
. Which factors affect the probable consequences likely if a risk does occur?
  • risk cost
  • risk timing
  • risk scope
  • risk resources
  • b and c
. The reason for refining risks is to break them into smaller units having different consequences.
  • True
  • False
. Effective risk management plan needs to address which of these issues?
  • risk avoidance
  • risk monitoring
  • contingency planning
  • all of the above
. Risk monitoring involves watching the risk indicators defined for the project and not determining the effectiveness of the risk mitigation steps themselves.
  • True
  • False
. Hazard analysis focuses on the identification and assessment of potential hazards that can cause
  • project termination
  • schedule slippage
  • cost overruns
  • an entire system to fail
. Risk information sheets (RIS) are never an acceptable substitute for a full risk mitigation, monitoring, and management (RMMM) plan.
  • True
  • False

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