Create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) by Sean Whitaker

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About the Lecture

The lecture Create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) by Sean Whitaker is from the course PMP Training – Become a Project Management Professional (EN). It contains the following chapters:

  • Create WBS
  • The Work Breakdown Structure
  • Sample WBS
  • WBS Dictionary

Included Quiz Questions

  1. The WBS is considered to be the backbone of project management because it is a grphcial representation of the project scope and it improves cost, time and resource estimates.
  2. The WBS is considered to be the backbone of project management because is allows effective and comprehensive requirements to be gathered.
  3. The WBS is considered to be the backbone of project management because it produces the project charter which starts the project.
  4. The WBS is considered to be the backbone of project management because it develops the project scope and the project requirements.
  1. Stop the project and create a WBS.
  2. Get approval from client to continue without a WBS.
  3. Keep the project going and try to create a WBS as soon as possible.
  4. Keep working as planned and if required complete a WBS.
  1. Work package.
  2. Deliverable.
  3. Activity.
  4. Task.
  1. The scope statement, the WBS and the WBS dictionary.
  2. The scope statement, the project charter and the project budget.
  3. The WBS, the WBS dictionary and the requirements traceability matrix.
  4. The requirements documentation, the requirements traceability matrix and the scope statement.
  1. WBS dictionary.
  2. Requirements traceability matrix.
  3. Scope statement.
  4. Project charter.

Author of lecture Create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

 Sean Whitaker

Sean Whitaker


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