Project Management Institute, Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures, Second Edition, Project Management Institute, 2006
Yes, it’s dry reading, but this hefty tome offers a complete look at the myriad issues surrounding activity identification, sequencing, duration estimation, schedule development, and schedule control. Full of worthy detail.
James P. Lewis, Project Planning, Scheduling & Control, Fourth Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2005
A good guidebook for project managers for over 15 years, Lewis’ book addresses all of the key project management issues, including the core task of arranging work in logical order in view of projects requirements. This fourth edition has been revised, updated, and expanded.
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