The work breakdown structure (WBS) is a cornerstone of managing any project. Every government manager should understand how to construct a WBS in the project or program lifecycle. This quick reference presents the fundamental WBS principles, pragmatic steps for the government manager to follow in developing a project WBS, and a checklist for the project manager to use in reviewing a WBS. In addition, DOD recommendations for avoiding pitfalls in constructing a WBS are highlighted. Contents: Introduction to the Work Breakdown Structure ac Work Breakdown Structure Fundamentals ac WBS Details ac Use of the WBS in Managing Government Projects ac Lifecycle Planning: Programs and Phases ac WBS Principles, Steps, and Checklist ac Acronyms and AbbreviationsThe ANSI/EIA-748-A Standard for Earned Value Management Systems. Washington, DC: ... Earned Value Management Implementation Guide, Revision 1, DLA Handbook 8400.2. Washington ... Washington, DC: Department of Defense, 2011.
|Title||:||The Government Manager's Guide to the Work Breakdown Structure|
|Author||:||Gregory T. Haugan, PhD, PMP|
|Publisher||:||Management Concepts Inc. - 2013-08-01|