Education: A) Manager with a business degree; B) Manager without Business Degree but with Higher Education; C) Manager without Business Education and Higher Education.
Age group: A) Between 20-35; B) Between 35-45; C) Between 45-55; D) Between 55-65; E) Above 65

1. What do you know about Project Portfolio Management (PPM)?
A) I am not familiar with this type of management;
B) Very little;
C) I am familiar with it;
D) PPM is in use in my organisation.
2. Who do you think are the main users of PPM in an organisation?
A) Managers in different departments;
B) Company employees;
C) The senior management of the organisation.
3. Would you use PPM as the main management in your organisation?
A) I won’t
B) I would use it partially;
C) Yes.
4. Do you think that with the implementation of PPM, the performance of your business will improve?
A) Yes;
B) Will improve partially;
C) I don’t think it will improve.
5. Would you buy project management software?
A) Yes;
B) I’m not sure;
C) I would not use such software;
6. What does “good” project portfolio management mean to you?
A) Risk reduction in the organisation;
B) Achieving Balance;
C) Improving financial performance;
7. Is coordination, in your opinion, between the various projects in your organisation important for the achievement of the organisation’s strategic goals?
A) Yes;
B) It’s not important;
C) I don’t know.
8. Do you think that the implementation / use of a project portfolio reduces the financial risk in the organisation?
A) Yes;
B) No;
C) Partial.
9. What is the most important priority for you when selecting projects?
A) Achieving maximum profit;
B) Balance between short and long-term projects;
C) Choosing the right project.
10. What effect do you expect after PPM implementation?
A) Structural changes in the organisation will be
B) Investment in the organisation will improve;
C) Managerial decisions will be made easier.
11. What, from your point of view, would help to make the most successful completion of a project?
A) Using project software;
B) Support of the organization’s top management;
C) Using new methods and technologies.
12. Is it important, from your point of view, that a project has a “life cycle” – a project not just for one-time use?
A) Yes;
B) No;
C) I don’t know.
13. What do you think is the most important factor in project planning?
A) To assess implementation risk;
B) To plan the resources;
C) To prepare a list of tasks for the implementation of the projects.
14. What factors do you think reduce the effectiveness of a project?
A) Fighting for Team Leadership;
B) Modification of project objectives;
C) Lack of incentive to work in the team.
15. Is it important for you to see your organisation’s financial performance in a graphical version?
A) Yes;
B) Not important;
C) I’m not sure.
16. What do you think are the crucial factors in implementing a project?
A) Appropriate information;
B) Using modern technology;
C) Appropriate staff.
17. What are the main tasks for you when introducing PPM?
A) Identify priority projects;
B) Reduce risk and improve financial performance;
C) To achieve unity in order to achieve strategic goals.
18. In your opinion, who plays the most important role in the financial management of projects?
A) The whole team;
B) The Project Manager;
C) Sponsors of the projects.
19. What are the main objectives of the monitoring and control plan?
A) Development of a project framework;
B) Identification of current deviations in the plan;
C) Reveal the reasons for deviations in the plan.
20. What are the most important indicators for evaluating the project portfolio?
A) Assessment of the methods and strategies of the
B) Evaluation of innovation in management;
C) Evaluating the objectives and strategies of the projects.

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