PMP Exam Question 135

Aligned with PMBOK 6th Edition®.

Voting Technique :

While collecting requirements in your project, you have selected voting as a collective decision-making technique in order to prioritize your product requirements. Which of the following is not an example of a voting technique?

A. Unanimity.
B. Majority.
C. Plurality.
D. Diversity.

3 responses on "PMP Exam Question 135"

  1. PMP® Solution 135.

    X A. Unanimity is a decision that is reached whereby everyone agrees on a single course of action.

    X B. Majority is a decision that is reached with support obtained from more than 50% of the members of the group. Having a group size with an uneven number of participants can ensure that a decision will be reached, rather than resulting in a tie.

    X C. Plurality is a decision that is reached whereby the largest block in a group decides, even if a majority is not achieved. This method is generally used when the number of options nominated is more than two.

    Voting is a collective decision-making technique and an assessment process having multiple alternatives with an expected outcome in the form of future actions. These techniques can be used to generate, classify, and priori-tize product requirements. Examples of voting techniques include: Unanimity, Majority and Plurality. Diversity is not one of them. Therefore, right answer is D. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 144] [Project Scope Management]

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