PMP Exam Question 63

Aligned with PMBOK 6th EditionĀ®.

Bill is the project manager in the development of a new smartphone. His project has just been conceived, so he is now in the Plan Risk Management process. When may it NOT be necessary to review this process for modification?

A. At a major phase change.
B. If there is an update of the risk register.
C. If there are important changes in the project scope.
D. If a review of risk management effectiveness determines that.

September 14, 2019

4 responses on "PMP Exam Question 63"

  1. PMP Solution 63

    The Plan Risk Management process should begin when a project is conceived and should be completed early in the project. It may be necessary to revisit this process later in the project life cycle, for example at a major phase change, or if the project scope changes significantly, or if a subsequent review of risk management effectiveness determines that the Project Risk Management process requires modification. An update of the risk register would not require a review of this process for modification. Therefore, right answer is B. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 402] [Project Risk Management]

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