Wbs Second Edition

Topics: Project management, Work breakdown structure, Project manager Pages: 145 (36441 words) Published: April 7, 2013
Project Management Institute

Practice Standard for Work
Breakdown Structures
Second Edition

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Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures—Second Edition

ISBN 10: 1-933890-13-4
ISBN 13: 978-1-933890-13-5

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