He includes information about tools and techniques such as work breakdown structure, earned value, and how to use a network diagram with its gaps and critical paths.
What does WBS stand for?
WBS stands for Work Breakdown Structure (project management)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of WBS
We have 188 other meanings of WBS in our Acronym Attic
- Wight Business Services (est. 1982; UK)
- Wilkes Barre-Scranton (Pennsylvania)
- William Brookes School (UK)
- Williams-Beuren Syndrome
- Wireless Broadband Service (telecommunications; various locations)
- Wireless Broadband System
- Wireless Business System
- Wirtschafts- und Bildungsservice (German: Service of Economic and Educational Training and Education)
- Without Benefit of Salvage
- Work Breakdown Structure
- Work Breakout Structure (less common)
- Working Bikes Storefront (Chicago, IL)
- Workplace Basic Skills (curriculum)
- World Business Satellite
- Write Back Soon
- Wyoming Boys School (Wyoming Department of Family Services)
- Work Breakdown Structure for Software
- Warner Bros.-Seven Arts (production company)
- Western Boarding Schools Association (preparatory schools)
- What the Bible Says About
Samples in periodicals archive:
The detailed planning starts with the development of a work breakdown structure.
The work breakdown structure (WBS) is a key project tool that organizes all of the project team's work into manageable segments.
Those who presented papers included Sameer Al-Halwani, who discussed the history of social service in Islam, while Al-Azami explored how to identify and assess community needs and Hafidh Al-Samurrai discussed the work breakdown structure.
For example, the work breakdown structure did not include specificity on all necessary project tasks.
With the hierarchical Work Breakdown Structure, the total scope of a project can be organized into appropriate work packages that focus only on the information that is important.
Where these practices are not in place, there will be considerable difficulty in developing a realistic work breakdown structure, project plans, and schedules, thus putting the entire modernization effort at risk.
Construct the Work Breakdown Structure Document (WBSD) Having established what the project should achieve, consider how to achieve it.