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This report is part of the Template Files for Web Projects bundle.
OverviewWeb Project Template Files: Project Definition and Start Up
Authors: Sonia Kay, Econsultancy and other expert contributors
Title: Work Breakdown Structure
About this GuideA WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) also called a Product Breakdown Structure (PBS) under the Prince2 methodology, is a way of organising all the products / deliverables within a project into their component parts, as part of the process of estimating work effort and assigning resource. The products or outputs of the project are organised in a hierarchical way with their component parts aligned underneath them. Going through this process will often serve to highlight sub-tasks or deliverables that may otherwise have been inadvertently overlooked! Before documenting your WBS or PBS a clever way to map it out is using the Project Manager’s best friend, post-it notes, to organise each item of work in its appropriate grouping. We’d like to thank Rob Purdie of Important Projects http://importantprojects.co.uk for providing this template. Important Projects is a values-led project management consulting and training practice focused on helping social change organisations manage their most important programs, projects and ongoing operations more successfully and effectively.