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Sbii project management by dttung 5 work breakdown

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SBII - Project Management - by D.T.Tung 5 Work Breakdown Structure
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Approaches to Developing WBSs The top-down approach: Start with the largest items of the project and break them down Mind-mapping approach: Write down tasks in a non- linear format and then create the WBS structure
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Most common type: Six-Level Indented Structure LEVEL DESCRIPTION 1 Total Program 2 Project(s) 3 Task(s) 4 Subtask(s) 5 Work Package(s) 6 Level of Effort Usually specified by the client and managed the project manager. Usually specified by the functional manager(s). The Work Breakdown Structure - 3 WBS Levels
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WBS Example
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Exercise Draw a WBS to do your Assignment Tool: Power Point, online (http:// )
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Define scope of project Identify stakeholders, decision-makers, and escala tion procedures Develop detailed task list (work breakdown structures) Estimate time requirements Develop initial project management flow chart Identify required resources and budget Evaluate project requirements Identify and evaluate risks Prepare contingency plan Identify interdependencies Identify and track critical
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