©2002, 7" x 10" softcover, 120 pages
Product Code B353
By Gregory T. Haugan, Ph.D., PMP
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The Project Management Essential Library
At last - the first comprehensive and
practical guide to the work breakdown structure (WBS) in 45 years! This book offers vital new perspectives on
how to apply the WBS to today's different types of projects that produce products, services or results. You'll learn how to use WBS throughout the project lifecycle to plan, control and communicate. Your new insights into the WBS principles, plus checklists and proven action steps, will improve the planning of new projects and help you launch projects more efficiently and effectively.
Introduction to the Work Breakdown Structure
Lifecycle Planning: Programs and Phases
The WBS in Project Operations
WBS Examples and Descriptions
WBS Principles, Steps and Checklist
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About the Author
Gregory T. Haugan, Ph.D., PMP,
is a PM system application and implementation expert with over 40 years
of experience as a consultant and in government and private-sector
positions. Vice President with GLH, Incorporated, he specializes in
management consulting and training.
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