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Creating the Work Breakdown Structure

Building a WBS for Software
Building a WBS for Software

The WBS is the key work product needed to do software project estimating. In many projects, what hurts you the most are not the things that you estimate poorly, but the things that you forget to include at all. In preparation for sizing the work to be done (see "Software Size and

Tags software project, wbs, life cycle, software planning, software architectures

Defining Project Milestones - Creating Work Packages
Defining Project Milestones - Creating Work Packages

Milestones deserve special mention. A milestone is an important event in a project, generally associated with a major work product or deliverable. They mark passage points in the journey toward completion, and every project should have enough of them, spread evenly

Tags milestones, wbs, software engineers, software utilities, processes

Approaches to Building a WBS
Approaches to Building a WBS

A WBS can be organized in many ways, but it is generally best to arrange the activities around major work products and customer deliverables that will satisfy the customer's requirements. We make a distinction here between work products (anything tangible produced by

Tags deliverables, project charter, life cycle, project scope, affinity diagramming

What Is a Work Breakdown Structure
What Is a Work Breakdown Structure

In simple words, a WBS is a hierarchical list of the work activities required to complete a project. It will contain managerial, administrative, integral, or developmental activities for:

Tags wbs, gantt chart, project manager, life cycle, project milestones

Creating the Work Breakdown Structure
Creating the Work Breakdown Structure

If you have obtained a project charter and an excited customer, why go to the trouble to build a work breakdown structure? After all, aren't you a software engineering professional? The work breakdown structure (WBS) is the heart of a project plan, as most of the other parts of a

Tags project charter, project plan, software product, life cycle, competencies

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