Tool used within project management that aims to

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tool used within project management that aims to capture the project tasks in a visual, organised manner. It is a decomposition of my project into smaller components and it organises my project into smaller, more manageable sections. It provides the project manager with an opportunity to predict outcomes based on a particular scenario. WBS can be applied to my workplace by: Clearly identify the most important project’s output, maybe something that the user can see/interact with Identify the activities that can be run/developed in parallel and decompose them Work with the whole project team Although I can see many examples of WBS that use elements like ‘Planning phase’, ‘Design phase’ etc I can try to be as specific as possible, since they are not truly deliverables/output, I should avoid such practice Check out other WBS examples and test for myself what fits better for my organization/team
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