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Unformatted text preview: Q10. What are the basic steps to design and use the Work Breakdown Structure? The following seven steps explain the design and use of the Work Breakdown Structure. Step 1: A list of the task breakdown in successively finer levels of detail is created using information from the action plan. This process is continued until all meaningful tasks or work packages have been identified and controlled. Step 2: Data relevant to the Work Breakdown Structure is identified for each such work package.The personnel and organizations responsible for each task are listed. A linear responsibility chart will be helpful to show who is responsible for what. This chart will also show the critical interfaces between units that may require special managerial coordination. The Project Manager can keep track of who must approve what and who must report to whom using this list. Step 3: All the work package information should be reviewed with the individuals or organizations who have responsibility for doing or supporting the work in order to verify the Work Breakdown Structure's...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course BUSINESS 785 taught by Professor Jeffk during the Spring '11 term at University of Wisconsin - Fond du Lac.
- Spring '11