PMP Exam Question 110

Aligned with PMBOK 6th Edition®.

Tuckman ladder :

During a project meeting in which the team began to address the project management approach, team members were not collaborative and the environment became counterproductive. What stage of development of the Tuckman ladder was the team in?

A. Forming.
B. Storming.
C. Norming.
D. Adjourning.

February 29, 2020

3 responses on "PMP Exam Question 110"

  1. PMP Solution 110

    A. Forming is where the team members meet and learn about the project and their formal roles and responsibilities. Team members tend to be independent and not as open in this phase.
    C.. In Norming phase, team members begin to work together and adjust their work habits and behaviors to support the team. The team members learn to trust each other.
    D. In Adjourning phase, the team completes the work and moves on from the project. This typically occurs when staff is released from the project as deliverables are completed or as part of the Close Project or Phase process.

    During Storming, the team begins to address the project work, technical decisions, and the project management approach. If team members are not collaborative or open to differing ideas and perspectives, the environment can become counterproductive. Therefore, right answer is B. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 338] [Project Resource Management]

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  2. B – Stoming – where team start learning with each other…if they dont understand properly….it will lead to unproductive

  3. B – Storming, exactly stipulated on the PMBOK 6th edition about the Team Development stages. The team is not working together yet. They started understanding their roles and responsibilities but also begun to address the project work, technical decision, and project management approach.

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