What is Project Management? - Definition & Examples


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How often does a company engage in a project?

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1. How many stages of project management are there?

2. Which is NOT a stage of project management?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet are designed to help you see how much you know about the components of project management. Stages in project management will be addressed throughout these materials.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In order to gauge your knowledge of these topics, complete these assets:

  • Person responsible for PERT
  • Stage where Gant charts are used
  • Number of stages in project management
  • The number of times a company engages in a project

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you can draw important details out of the lesson about project management
  • Information recall - see what you can remember about the number of stages involved in project management
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge to answer questions about what PERT stands for

Additional Learning

Even more information about project management can be acquired if you look at the lesson called What is Project Management? - Definition & Examples. You have the opportunity to complete these goals:

  • Understand why companies participate in projects
  • Review characteristics of each stage in project management
  • Determine how companies can effectively complete a project