Last updated on 1/27/23
Plan a Project
- Plan a Project
You have been asked to deconstruct a requirement into tasks. What activities do you think this could involve?Careful, there are several correct answers.
Splitting the requirement into multiple tasks that you could assign to task owners or resources that complete the tasks.
Categorizing the tasks into high, medium, and low complexity.
Allocating and validating costs associated with each task.
Adding up all the tasks to identify the critical path.
Allocating time and effort associated with each task.
You have listed the tasks for your digital learning project and you are now estimating the total time and duration of each.
The kick-off meeting task is structured as follow:
TIME (in hours)
Finalize the invite list
Schedule a time for the meeting
Create a meeting agenda
Subject Matter Expert
What is the duration and effort for the kick-off meeting task?
Duration: 1:50; Effort: 6:20
Duration: 1:50; Effort: 1:50
Duration: 6:10; Effort: 1:50
Which of the following best explains the difference between a task and a requirement?
A requirement is what a user wants, and a task is what a user gets.
A requirement is a user-facing benefit, and a task is a piece of work a team member does.
A requirement is the features you must build, and a task is when you actually build them.