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  1. What are the necessary steps to successful project management

  2. How do you plan for a project

  3. What distinguishes a project from routine operations?

  4. What are the three constraints on a project?

  5. What are the five control components of a project?

  6. What qualifications are required to be an effective project manager?

  7. What experience have you had in project management?

  8. What are the signs that indicate your project may fail.
    Poorly defined scope, loss of executive sponsorship and a change in business needs.  

  9. Tell us about a project in which you participated and your role in that project.

  10. When you are assigned a project, what steps do you take to complete the project?

  11. As you begin your assignment as a project manager, you quickly realize that the corporate sponsor for the project no longer supports the project.   What will you do?

  12. Your three month project is about to exceed the projected budget after the first month.  What steps will you take to address the potential cost overrun?

  13. Tell us about a successful project in which you participated and how you contributed to the success of that project.

  14. You are given the assignment of project manager and the team members have already been identified. To increase the effectiveness of your project team, what steps will you take?

  15. You have been assigned as the project manager for a team comprised of new employees just out of college and "entry-level" consulting staff.  What steps can you take to insure that the project is completed against a very tight time deadline?

  16. What is a "project milestone"?

  17. What is "project float"

  18. Your project is beginning to exceed budget and to fall behind schedule due to almost daily user change orders and increasing conflicts in user requirements.  How will you address the user issues?

  19. You’ve encountered a delay on an early phase of your project. What actions can you take to counter the delay?

  20. What actions are required for successful executive sponsorship of a project?
    Know and communicate the business goals, put accountability in the right places and get people excited.  

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