A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) gives stakeholders a vision of the project scope, provides a framework for deliverables, and ensures that you have accounted for all the work to be performed while eliminating superfluous work that's not included in the scope. Learn how the WBS can give structure and coherence to a project by providing the basis for creating tasks, a schedule, and costs for budget estimates. Yields 6 PDUs.
Recommended text: Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures, 2nd ed., PMI.
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