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Success Factors, Risks during Discovery Definition Phases - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.

1. Which strategy for success will help the team and client specifically in evaluating the project's progress?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Establish open communication and cooperation between the client and your team.
  B. Ensure that objectives are met and deliverables are completed on time.
  C. Establish success metrics early on for the various stages of development.
  D. Conduct weekly meetings with status reports of creative and technical progress.

2. Below are a series of cause-and-effect pairs that list a flaw in the planning and the problem that may arise from it. Select the answer below that does not correctly match a planning flaw with the problem it could lead to.
Please select the best answer.
  A. Failed to establish ownership of work created for project--client takes legal action for possession of artwork.
  B. Unable to complete contract negotiations promptly--Web team's time is wasted being idle.
  C. Neglected to ensure complete approval from client in early stages--Editorial and artistic content must be revised frequently.
  D. Allowed client to revise project outcome request--Budget doesn't cover all components of project.
  E. Failed to establish confidentiality standards for Web team during development--Client breaks off relationship with Web team over perceived breach of confidentiality.

3. From the statements below, select the three correct reasons for planning for legal, ethical, and regulatory compliance.
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Avoid conflict with client over ownership of custom graphics or database applications.
  B. Allow plenty of time for legal review of content and obtaining permissions for use.
  C. Assess and manage liability as defined in the proposal.
  D. Build in systems to comply with taxation, customs, and international shipping regulations.
  E. Avoid need for client to secure outside legal counsel.