Work breakdown structure (or WBS) is a hierarchical tree structure that outlines your project and breaks it down into smaller, more manageable portions. The goal of a WBS is to make a large project more manageable. Breaking it down into smaller chunks means work can be done simultaneously by different team members, leading to better team productivity and easier project management overall1. Creating WBS enables to have accurate assignments of responsibilities to the project team, it indicates of project milestones and control points, allows to estimate the cost, time and risk, and also, illustrates the project scope.
Basically, WBS has a necessary role for attaining success in project management because as I mentioned above it serves many advantages whi
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