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Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and Assessments

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Can you please help me with the following?
1) What elements of the project plan depend on the WBS (work breakdown structure)? Select four of these and explain the relationship with examples.
2) Why is it useful to have a complete WBS before engaging in formal uncertainty assessment? Use an example of your ow creation to support your explanation.

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1) What elements of the project plan depend on the WBS (work breakdown structure)? Select four of these and explain the relationship with examples.

There's no restriction on what a WBS Component is. WBS development is one of the most critical activities in project planning. It is simply a chart that illustrates the relationships of critical work elements (tasks) of the project and how these elements related to the end product. Key objectives should be determined and the tasks which are required to reach these goals should be identified before creating the WBS. For example project requirements, project design, initiation and delivery can be the elements that can be shown with the help of WBS. Look at attachment for visual representation.

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This solutions describes the importance of Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) in the project plan and uncertainty assessments are explained with examples.

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