communication techniques

What are the three most powerful communication techniques?

Make it a high priority, use your manners, and follow through and do it.

Determine your priority, follow through and do it, and use your common sense.

Adjust according to your needs, use your manners, and follow through.

Make it a high priority, use your common sense, and follow up as needed.

QUESTION 2

Some of the rules for assigning preferences to some activities over others when allocating resources include ALL of the following EXCEPT:

least resources first.

as soon as possible rule.

as late as possible rule.

shortest task duration first rule.

Question 3

Which of the following is NOT one of the Five Cs of communication?

Clear

Concise

Cautious

Courteous

QUESTION 4

The minimum slack rule is probably the best overall priority rule because of ALL the following EXCEPT:

it provides minimum project slippage.

it provides the minimum resource idle-time.

it provides the minimum in-process inventory.

it provides the minimum cost trade off.

QUESTION 5

The goal of any communication is to have the receiver end up with an understanding:

that equals the meaning intended by the sender.

that exceeds the meaning intended by the sender.

that is below the meaning intended by the sender.

that meets the expectations of the receiver.

TextBook(s)

Project management in practice

Project management absolute beginner’s guide

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