1. Research work breakdown structures and compare one created with MS Project and one created without software. Prepare to discuss. From the e-Activity, justify which work breakdown structure you prefer with supporting reasons.
2. Give an example of when a project would not need a WBS.
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The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is a deliverable that breaks the project into smaller components into a hierarchal structure. The WBS can be created by using a Project Management software package or a different software program. The WBS is created by the project team members. First, the project team identifies the main requirement/project requirement. Next, the project team breaks the major/project requirement into the major deliverables. The major deliverables are broken down into smaller and smaller deliverables. The breakdown is repeated until the ...
The following posting discusses the work breakdown structures and discusses which projects would need them.