openworkbenchFall-2010

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SOW / Open Workbench By Wilmer Arellano Fall 2010
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Please download and install http://www.openworkbench.org/ http://www.openworkbench.org/index.php
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References Some Excerpts from the book: Karl T Ulrich and Steven D. Eppinger. (2004). Product Design and Development. Third Edition. Mc Graw Hill, Irwin. ISBN-13: 978-0-07-247146-5. Some Excerpts from the book “Engineering Design, a Project Based Introduction”, second edition by Clive I. Dym and Patrick Little. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. ISBN 0-471-25687-0 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statement_of_work http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Work_breakdown_structure http://www.maxwideman.com/musings/wbswar.htm http://www.inforapid.com/ http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/assistance/HA011361531033.aspx#Step%201 http://www.openworkbench.org/
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Project management Product development involves: many people many different tasks . Successful product development projects result in: high-quality; low-cost products efficient use of time, money, and other resources.
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Project management Project management is the activity of planning and coordinating resources and tasks to achieve the project goals.
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Statement Of Work (SOW) A statement of work (SOW) is a document used in the Project Development and organizes information about : Scope of Work (WBS), Describes the work to be done in detail and specifies the hardware and software involved and the exact nature of the work to be done. Location of Work, Describes where the work is to be performed. Specifies location of hardware and software and where people will meet to perform the work. Period of Performance, This specifies the allowable time for projects, such as start and finish times. Deliverables Schedule, This part list the specific deliverables, describing what and when it is due. Who is responsible for what . Similar to an estimate of somebody fixing your roof
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Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) The WBS is the hierarchical list of the project's phases, tasks and milestones Phase: A group of related tasks that completes a major step in a project. Task: An activity that has a beginning and an end. Project plans are made up of tasks. Milestone: A reference point marking a major event in a project and used to monitor the project's progress. Scope: The combination of all project goals and tasks, and the work required to accomplish them. The scope translates into the timeline and budget. Budget: The estimated cost of a project. http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/assistance/HA011361531033.aspx#Step%201
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Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) The WBS may describe: the activities of the project or Activities speak to the work involved in the project, or its deliverables. Deliverables speak to end results.
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2011 for the course EEL 4920 taught by Professor Arellano during the Spring '10 term at FIU.

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