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Question
Your project got delayed by 40 days and you have to keep it 
back.what steps you would take.
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 Question Submitted By :: Guest
This Interview Question Asked @   Wipro
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Either 
Identify those activities and execute them in parallel
or 
add more resources to the project activities
or both
 
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Srk
 
 
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i have planing before how the project are prefectly complte
.and then runs to the my project.
 
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S.thiru Selvan
 
 
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first , we must start with critical activities ( most delay activities) and recover it first.
 
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A.barakat
 
 
 
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What is the difference between contingency and mitigation 
plan?
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 Question Submitted By :: Raviks.dp
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What is Risk Mitigation?
Mitigation is the process of solving problems that were caused or reducing the effect of the risk once it arises. In other words, risk mitigation strives to minimize a risk that materializes. Risk mitigation can also be seen as a method used to control damage that has already being done, and to reduce the ‘blow’ or consequences that it may have on the organization.

What is Contingency ? 
Contingency is a planning process in which the company will come up with a few backup plans in the event that the risk materializes. A contingency plan is also known as the action plan for the worst case scenario. Such plans are essential to an organization as it helps organization quickly adapt to changes while suffering less consequences. 

Mitigation vs Contingency

• Risk management is essential for organizations to ensure the long term smooth running of the business. There are two parts to risk management; risk mitigation and contingency planning.
• Mitigation is the process of solving the problems that were caused or reducing the effect of the risk once it arises.
• Contingency is a planning process in which the company will come up with a few backup plans in the event that the risk materializes.
• Risk mitigation is aimed at reducing the consequences of the crisis, whereas contingency planning is used to determine how problems can be solved if a crisis occurs.
 
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Ritesh Singhal
 
 
Question
what do you do after a milestone is completed?
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 Question Submitted By :: Raviks.dp
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Deliver the milestone to the stakeholder and get his/ her 
approval for acceptance of the milestone, either for 
billing purposes or for project process tracking purposes.
 
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Homerdude
 
 
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What is your leadership style?
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I believe that a manager cannot and should not be defined by his or her leadership style. The leadership style has to change as per the situation which is to be managed. It's not very easy. By nature, I am a soft spoken person.But in certain situations and/or with certain individuals, if the aggressive style is necessary,I can be more aggressive than anyone else,and I won't be acting, the emotions will be genuine. That's why its hard. Acting is easy and people also can see through you easily.
 
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Arindom Borah
 
 
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you are the project manager of a project , customer is asking for a change in scope and agrees that it will be a CR. But you do not want to take the CR for whatever reason. How will you convince the customer in doing so
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 Question Submitted By :: Pinakchaudhuri
This Interview Question Asked @   Wipro , Samsung
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I will have a meeting with the customer on this CR aspect 
and explain him the importance of delevering the ongoing 
approved commitments to him on time. Also will make him 
understand the Time Constraint and non availability of 
effective Resources for taking up the CR immediatly.
But would assure him that his CR will be given high 
priority in the next phase after the existing commitments 
are delivered.
 
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Girishrangaiah
 
 
Question
what are function points ,how do you estimate task based on
function points?
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 Question Submitted By :: Bhaskar Gouda
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Function Point Estimating is an estimating technique that
can be used early in the life cycle to get a general
"sizing" estimate, and at the completion of logical design
to generate a secondary estimate to compare with the results
of detailed task-based estimating.

 
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Guest
 
 
Question
How project comes to a software company? what is the role of 
sales department,marketing department,delivery manager,project 
manager in a software development?
simply,what is project life cycle?
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 Question Submitted By :: Preethi
This Interview Question Asked @   TCS , TCS
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A project comes to the  company through many ways. 
By contacts of the Management, By responding to 
advertisement, By placing adds in various medium etc.

But there many process before awarding the project the 
buyer ask for RFQ-request for proposal. In response the 
service provider ( Sales/Marketing  )Prepare the proposal 
and may be present the solution ( requirements as per our 
understanding) at the customers place , negotitae the price 
and delivery and sometimes technology and get the PO for 
the  project ( Project cost and delivery is fixed ). The 
cost of the project may be less than the cost negotiated 
with the customer. 
The mgnt. will decide project manager and in turn he will 
aquire the necessary resouces ( keepng in mid the budget ) 
and kick start the project. The resources may be added 
gradually as the project progresses.Based on the  
development strategy the PM creates plan, execute , control 
and closure of the project. 
The delivery manger gets the clearnce from the Project QC 
and verifies the deliverables and package and acceptance 
from the Customer.The delivery manager will have the 
tracking of deliverables to the customer.
 Project life cycle starts from initiatian to Archival of 
the project artifacts.
 
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Sreedharan
 
 
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what is the use of computer in project management system ?
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 Question Submitted By :: Shiv
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super computer
 
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Raj
 
 
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project management can be done using ms project schedules 
perfectly. and other project management related 
documentation can be done using the computer.
 
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Ball
 
 
Question
Why would someone want to move from Operations to Project
managemnet
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 Question Submitted By :: Leerani.dec
This Interview Question Asked @   IBM , Extr
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The project management helps in defining and planning the
project. This results in the completion of a Project
Definition and a project workplan. Once the project starts,
the project manager must successfully manage and control the
work, including: 
Identifying, tracking managing and resolving project issues 
Proactively disseminating project information to all
stakeholders 
Identifying, managing and mitigating project risk 
Ensuring that the solution is of acceptable quality
 
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Narahari
 
 
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The basic difference between Operations and Project Management is Operations is ongoing where a project has a definite start and a definite end. 
Someone wants to move from Operations to PM
1) May be for more challenge.
2) May be that person from the operations might know the stakeholders and can effectively identify their power,influence and risks to control the project effectively.
Besides he might be already aware of the technical details and the company process.
 
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Mukundav
 
 
Question
You are implementing a sap project. implementation compled 
and development started and at that time you found that 
there is major problem with the system .It would take again 
time and customer is not happy with that ,in that case how 
do you convince customer?
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 Question Submitted By :: Ksh
This Interview Question Asked @   Siemens
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Say honestly "apologies" / "sorry" for dealy, and also 
mention that you always strive to achieve customer's 
delight, probably quote past excellent customer ratings, in 
case it is proper. Talk to customer confidently that you 
need a certain time to rectify the problem, and mention 
that your team is already in RRCA(Relentless Root Cause 
Analysis). Submit this RRCA to customer after completion of 
the main project. 
But remember while escalating to customer, please don't 
blame the your organisation system, employees, facilities, 
or working hours, these all mean a lot negetiveness.
 
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Gali Lakshmi Prasad
 
 
Answer
1) Try to find root cause of problem, also invite team member suggestion. 
2) Try workaround
2) Check if this issue included in Risk register or not. If yes there should be mitigation plan for that.If not PM should register this issue first and try to place Contingency plan or fallback plan. 
3) Prepare impact analysis
This is steps just to make sure PM should be ready with  PM plan and technical analysis before presenting to management and customers to get their buy in and necessary approval for change in schedule baseline.
 
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Harish Gaggar
 
 
Question
How do you quantitatively analysis the quality of a project 
during development?
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 Question Submitted By :: Williamdiz
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There are many tools and techniques to determine the 
quality of a project during development
SOme of them are 

Benchmarking- Compare the project deliverables with a 
prvious similar activities

Statitical Sampling: identify a set of of samples of 
deliverables or activities and inspect them to check 
whether they are within the acceptable variances.


Control charts, Nominal Group techniqes, Pareto technique, 
fish bone analysis etc.

All these would provide Quality metrics which would help in 
analysising the quality of the project.
 
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V. Murali Krishna
 
 
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Not sure if we can do Quantitatively analysis for Quality, if yes then it should be in planning phase not in development. Usually we perform Quantitatively analysis for Risk in planning phase.
 
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Harish Gaggar
 
 
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by daily monitoring activities by (pareto schedule) and do action with delay activities by (to do list), this list showing who is responsible in delay and what is his action
 
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A.barakat
 
 
Question
how many chart of a/cs can assign to company code?
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5
 
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Jaikumar
 
 
 
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