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he Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) provides a foundation for defining work as it relates to project objectives and establishes a structure for managing the work to its completion. This guide offers an introduction to the WBS concept, defines the WBS and its characteristics, discusses the benefits of using a WBS, and demonstrates how to build a WBS and determine if it is sufficient for planning and control. Half of the book consists of 11 industry- specific WBS examples from areas including environmental management, process improvement, Web design, and software implementation.
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The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a US nonprofit professional organization for project management.
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