One of your colleagues is undergoing trouble managing his project, which is already showing signs of poor performance. He feels that the project is too complicated and has asked for your advice. Where should you give him to find out direction?
Of the options provided, the project management office (PMO) would be the best choice. The PMO is responsible for providing project managers with training and resources. They also have archived organizational process assets, which would help in this scenario, along with training. Offering to manage the project with him is implying that you will take on part of his project and responsibility, which is an incorrect answer. Not offering any type of assistance is a poor choice, since part of our responsibility as project managers is to encourage and educate other project managers, although not at the expense of your own projects.