The WBS is a hierarchical reflection of all the work in the project in terms of deliverables.In order to produce these deliverables, work must be performed.Move/consolidation projects must be viewed as strategic in nature with long-term marketing and manufacturing implications.For example, it makes no sense to move a product from a loaded plant to one that has available capacity when product demand is evaporating.
Online project management software allows project managers to track project schedules, resources, budgets and project related assets in real time.
In this Microsoft Project 2013 Training course, students will learn how to create and modify task lists, establish a project schedule, create calendars, assign resources to tasks, track costs, and work with different views and tables.
Students will also apply filters and groups, and sort task and resource data.
A typical approach in developing a WBS is to start at the highest level, with the product of the project.
For example, you are assigned as the project manager of a New Product Development project.