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Q51. Which is a recommended starting point when building a project workplan? 

A. OUM Implement Core Workflow 

B. OUM Implement full work breakdown structure 

C. The OUM Inception Phase work breakdown structure 

D. The work products identified from the scope of work 

Answer:

Explanation: In OUM, this principle is extended to refer to the execution of the method processes themselves. Project managers and practitioners are encouraged to scale OUM to be fit-for-purpose for a given situation. It is rarely appropriate to execute every activity within OUM. OUM provides guidance for determining the core set of activities to be executed, the level of detail targeted in those activities and their associated tasks, and the frequency and type of end user deliverables. The project workplan should be developed from this core. The plan should then be scaled up, rather than tailored down, to the level of discipline appropriate to the identified risks and requirements. 

Note: *To develop our Project Workplan, we have several options. We can employ a top-down approach and start with all of OUM and tailor it down. We can employ a bottom-up approach and start with the Core Workflow and build up from there. The best approach is probably to start with the workplan that most closely matches our engagement and tailor up and down. That is, immediately tailor down to a pre-tailored Workplan and continue to tailor from there based on the requirements of the engagement, while simultaneously keeping in mind the Core Workflow and building up from there. 

*tailoring of the actual OUM Project Workplan for your project for activities and tasks (tailoring steps 2.0 through 5.2) including tips for applying a bottom-up as well as a top-down technique for tailoring the Project Workplan. For our example, we are starting with the OUM Project Workplan that is located in the Method Resources section of the Key Components of most view pages. In OUM 5.6, a new Project Workplan template was introduced with pre-tailoring capability for most Implement views. 


Q52. Selectfourobjectives of the OUM Manage Project Start UP phase. 

A. Manage the project resources to deliver on time and budget. 

B. Understand the client’s objectives and expectations and validate project scope. 

C. Close out the contractual agreement. 

D. Baseline in Project Workplan, Finance Plan, and staffing needs. 

E. Obtain a client reference. 

F. Agree with the client on project approach and document it in the Project Management Plan. 

G. Establish the project infrastructure. 

Answer: B,C,D,F 

Explanation: 

Note: 

*The Project Start Up phase precedes the Inception phase. Project startup is where all of the projectplanning activities take place and where policies, procedures, and strategies are defined for each of theprocesses, which govern the conduct of the engagement. 


Q53. Which three risks does Organizational Change Management seek to mitigate? 

A. Employee attrition 

B. Vendor delivery rates 

C. Lack of personal effectiveness 

D. Interruptions to the business 

E. Natural disasters 

Answer: A,C,D 

Explanation: 

Note: 

*Organizational change management (OCM) is a framework for managing the effect of new business processes, changes in organizational structure or cultural changes within an enterprise. Simply put, OCM addresses the people side of change management. 

*A systematic approach to OCM is beneficial when change requires people throughout an organization to learn new behaviors and skills. By formally setting expectations, employing tools to improve communication and proactively seeking ways to reduce misinformation, stakeholders are more likely to buy into a change initially and remain committed to the change throughout any discomfort associated with it. 

Successful OCM strategies include: 

Agreement on a common vision for change -- no competing initiatives. 

Strong executive leadership to communicate the vision and sell the business case for change. 

A strategy for educating employees about how their day-to-day work will change. 

A concrete plan for how to measure whether or not the change is a success -- and follow-up plans for both successful and unsuccessful results. 

Rewards, both monetary and social, that encourage individuals and groups to take ownership for their new roles and responsibilities. 


Q54. What is true about the Implementation Plan? 

A. It shows the detailed tasks for the duration of the project. 

B. It is not modified after the Project Execution and Control phase begins. 

C. It is a subset of the Project Management Plan. 

D. It focuses on the objectives, milestones, and number of iterations for the project 

E. It covers a single phase. 

Answer:

Explanation: In a project setting, the Implementation Plan is a high level plan that focuses on milestones, objectives, and the number of iterations..It is the plan that is typically developed at the start of an engagement identifying the project phases and milestones..


Q55. Which of the five Principles of OUM is described as the development or implementation of a software system done incremently through reception of a series of tasks intended to first define the system broadly, at high level, and then refine the definition of the system by adding details in subsequent iterations? 

A. Business Process and Use Case-Driven 

B. Architecture-Centric 

C. Iterative and Incremental 

D. Risk-Focused 

E. Flexible and Scalable 

Answer:

Explanation: Note: Iterative and Incremental OUM recognizes the advantages of an iterative and incremental approach to development and deployment of information systems. Any of the tasks within OUM may be iterated. Whether or not to iterate, as well as the number of iterations, varies. Tasks may be iterated to increase quality of the work products to a desired level, to add sufficient level of detail, or to refine and expand the work products on the basis of user feedback 


Q56. What project documentation is billable? 

A. only what was negotiated by the sales team and the Project Manager 

B. time sheets, status reports, and the approved project plan 

C. only what the Project Manager decides 

D. only what the sales team determines 

Answer:


Q57. Select two objectives of the OUM Manage Project Execution and Control phase. 

A. Manage the project resources to deliver on time and in budget. 

B. Gain project acceptance. 

C. Release staff. 

D. Execute against the Project Management Plan. 

Answer: A,D 

Explanation: Integration of the Manage focus area phases with the Implement focus area phases is illustrated below: 

Note: The Manage focus area has three phases: *Project Start Up Phase *Project Execution and Control Phase *Project Closure Phase 

Reference:OracleUnified Method (OUM)Oracle’s Full Lifecycle Method for Deploying Oracle-Based Business Solutions 


Q58. Select three benefits of using OUM manage. 

A. It encourages early stakeholder involvement. 

B. It is less costly. 

C. It emphasizes clearly documenting the scope of the project and the terms and procedures to implement change. 

D. It encourages use of third-party resources. 

E. It supports improved communication. 

F. It provides incentives to finish projects early. 

Answer: B,C,E 

Explanation: 

Note: *OUM includes three focus areas: OUM Envision, OUM Implement and OUM Manage and OUM Operate