A first-time project manager created a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) where the deliverables had different levels of decomposition. What would your comment on this be?
A. This is incorrect. All deliverables need to have the same level of decomposition. B. This is incorrect. Only deliverables under different branches can have different levels of decomposition. C. This is fine. Different deliverables can have different levels of decomposition depending on the work involved. D. This is fine. The focus of the WBS is not the deliverables, but the tasks involved.
C. This is fine. Different deliverables can have different levels of decomposition depending on the work involved.
John is the project documents controller for a multi-million dollar telecom network deployment project. John has just received a document from the project manager. This document contains the project stakeholders’ communication requirements for the current project phase. John should update which of the following project documents with this information?
A. Work breakdown structure B. Stakeholders engagement assessment matrix C. Stakeholder management plan D. Stakeholder register
The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is a deliverable-oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be executed by the project team, to accomplish the project objectives and create required deliverables. The ‘Create WBS’ is a process under which Knowledge Area?
A. Project Schedule Management B. Project Integration Management. C. Project Scope Management D. Project Cost Management
A Project manager estimates the work to be accomplished in the near term in detail, at a low level of the Work Breakdown structure (WBS); while he estimates work far in the future as WBS components, that are at a relatively high level of the WBS. What is this technique called?
A. Decomposition B. Rolling wave planning C. Scope Creep D. Earned value planning