How to create a Work Breakdown Structure and WBS Dictionary
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Whether you are contemplating a career as a Project Manager or already working as a Project Manager, this training course will assist you in understanding the importance of creating a Work Breakdown Structure, the WBS Dictionary and how to set them up.
With this training completed, you will be in a position to apply this learning to your role immediately. You will be shown how to create these documents, what inputs are required and also a basic template of how to do the layout.
Following on that, we will explore how to use a simple mind map to start the process making it very easy to capture the information.
If you are serious about your role as Project Manager, you will certainly put this information to good use!
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You will be able to work through the presentations in about 1 hour. From there, take the information and start implementing it. The more you do it, the better you will get at it.
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|Section 1: Let's learn how to create a Work Breakdown Structure the easy way|
This course will explain how to set up a Work Breakdown Structure and also the WBS Dictionary. This will enable students to create the WBS on their projects and use this as part of their overall Project Management Plan
Test your understanding
Creating a WBS Part Two: Inputs and Outputs
Creating the WBS Dictionary
|Quiz 2||2 questions|
Answer the three short questions:
Using a Mind Map to create your WBS
Conclusion to the training on Creating a WBS with some more focus on using a mind map
Starting out on my career as a tradesman, the method in those days were to hand you the job with a simple "get it done" Learning very quick on how to set these jobs up, I soon realised that there has to be a better way to get the results I wanted. This is where the learning curve really began. Now, 30+ years later, I hold a Diploma of Business Management, Advanced Diploma Project Management, Cert IV Training and Assessment and a string of trade qualifications.
This, combined with 15 years as a Project Manager, has served me well and it is time to transfer those skills to other likeminded individuals that are passionate about their profession. Not driven by theory as prescribed, I focus on aspects that a Project Manager will encounter when taking on his/her new project.
We all have different expectations when taking on a training course, but the ultimate goal is to gain a skill that can be applied in our particular role(s). This is where I believe we need to understand our industry and tailor our training packages to focus on those things we can use immediately.
Being passionate about my career, I look for this passion in others and love to see how they improve by continuing to learn new skills. This is what makes it all worth teaching!