Free PMP Exam Sample Question

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The following PMP® exam sample question is taken from the Free PMP Exam Simulator:
 


The theory that states that information regarding the way in which people, teams, and organizational units behave is known as?

A.) Networking Theory
B.) Human Resource Theory
C.) Organizational Theory
D.) Behavior Theory

 

Hint:

This theory is a tool used in the Develop Human Resource Plan process.



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