Daily Quiz 30 Oct 2019

You have taken over a project from another manager who left the firm. This is a functional organization, and the different units are often rather hostile to each other. The project is a large one, involving activities the organization has never done before. You find the project has what appears to be adequate documentation, including an agreed-upon project charter, project management plan, WBS, etc. The project is on schedule and within budget. However, the atmosphere in meetings with the project team often seems tense, and offhand comments made by participants seem to indicate a high level of dissatisfaction with the project. You review all the major project documents with the key stakeholders and get agreement that they are still accurate, but this does not seem to solve the problem. What is the most likely explanation for this situation?

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