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Chapter6: Task 14
Task1
Work Breakdown Structure
1.0 Initiating
1.1 Determine / assign project manager
1.2 Determine / assign project team
1.3 Identify key stakeholders
1.4 Prepare business case
1.5 Prepare project charter
2.0 Planning
2.1 Hold project kickoff meeting
2.2 Prepare team contract
2.3 Prepare scope statement 2.4 Planning for times 2.4.1 quantity and type of resources 2.4.1.1 resources are people 2.4.1.2 resources are equipment 2.4.1.3 resources are materials 2.4.2 2.4.2.1 time worked on an activity 2.4.2.2 number of workdays or work hours required to complete a task

2.5 Prepare WBS
2.6 Prepare schedule and cost baseline
2.6.1 Determine task resources
2.6.2 Determine task durations
2.6.3 Determine task dependencies
2.6.4 Create draft Gantt chart
2.6.5 Review and finalize Gant chart
2.7 Identify, discuss, and prioritize risks
3.0 Executing
3.1 Survey
3.2 User inputs
3.3 Intranet site contents
3.3.1 Sports available
3.3.2 Sports teams currently active
3.3.3 Sports teams available for sign up
3.3.4 Classes available
3.3.5 Programs available
3.3.6 Employee participation tracking
3.4 Intranet site design
3.4.1 Artistic layout design (Style sheets)
3.4.2 Technical layout design
3.5 Intranet site construction
3.5.1 Page development
3.5.2 Connection to existing databases
3.6 Intranet site testing
3.7 Content implementation
3.7.1 Sports supported
3.7.2 Classes available
3.7.3 Programs available
3.8 Intranet site promotion
3.9 Intranet site roll-out
3.10Project benefits measurement
4.0 Controlling
4.1 Status reports
5.0 Closing
5.1 Prepare final

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