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In which of the following processes is training provided to the team?

A. Plan Resource Management
B. Acquire Resources
C. Develop Team
D. Manage Team

HINT: Which process involves training?

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Answer and Explanation:
The correct answer is C.

Training is conducted in the Develop Team process to improve individual competencies in order to increase the probability that project team members can successfully complete their project work. Training can take various forms. It may be formal or informal. It may be delivered online, in a classroom, through mentoring, via on the job training, to name but a few methods.

Details for each option:

A. Plan Resource Management
Incorrect. The Plan Resource Management process defines how to estimate, acquire, manage, and use physical and team resources. It is also where training strategies and guidelines are documented. However, it is not the process where training is provided to the team.

B. Acquire Resources
Incorrect. The objective of the Acquire Resources process is to obtain necessary human resources for the project, it does not deal with providing training to the team.

C. Develop Team
Correct. The team is trained as part of the Develop Team process.


D. Manage Team
Incorrect. The objective of the Manage Team process is to track team member performance, provide feedback, resolve issues, and manage team changes to optimize performance. It is not the process where training is conducted.

Reference: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute Inc., 2017, Page(s) 342
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