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The following PMP® Exam Sample Question is
taken from the Free PMP Exam Simulator:
PMP® Exam Sample Question
You managed a project with over 60 team members to design a
new sports car. In the project kickoff meeting you assured the
team that good performers would be rewarded. At the project
closing meeting, you only awarded incentive bonuses to two
team members. A client who was present asked why only two
team members were provided reward bonuses. What did you
miss while defining rewards and recognition?
A) You didn’t realize recognizing cultural differences may offend
B) You defined objectives on work that was supposed to
C) You set criteria for rewards that made the team over
D) You made the targets unachievable on the project.
Team recognition should be based on individual tasks
that are achievable and clear.
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Answer and Explanation:
The correct answer is D.
The entire team worked together to
complete the project but only two
implies that the targets were
expectations set by you were