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ANSWER: B
Final product, service, or result transition, organizational process assets updates are outputs of the Close Project or Phase and accepted deliverables are its inputs. However, even Close Project will need resources (e.g. people, equipment, etc). Hence, releasing of project resources should happen at the very end of the Close Project or Phase.
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ANSWER: C
Reference: PMBOK Guide 4th Edition, page 224 (last paragraph).
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ANSWER: A
Reference: PMBOK Guide, 4th Edition, pages 101-102.
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ANSWER: C
Reference: Ethics, the Heart of Leadership by Joanne B. Ciulla (ed), page 29
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ANSWER: A
Reference: PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, page 4 (www.pmi.org/PDF/ap_pmicodeofethics.pdf).
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ANSWER: D
PMBOK Guide 4th Edition, page 234.
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ANSWER: D
Reference: PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, page 4 (www.pmi.org/PDF/ap_pmicodeofethics.pdf).
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ANSWER: C
PMI(r) Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct requires a project manager not to disclose sensitive or confidential information. But, at times, an organization has a legitimate need to disclose confidential information to vendors, governmental agencies, or others. When disclosing confidential or sensitive information, it is the responsibility of the project manager to ensure that proper nondisclosure agreements are signed prior to the disclosure of the sensitive information.
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ANSWER: B
Reference: Vijay K. Verma, The Human Aspects of Project Management: Managing the Project Team, Volume Three, page 94
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ANSWER: B
Reference: Mastering Virtual Teams: Strategies, Tools, and Techniques That Succeed by Deborah L. Duarte and Nancy Tennant Snyder, Second Edition, page 70.

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