Appendix D

Bicycle Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example

D.1 Overview

In Chapter 3, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) “use-related characteristics” were described. These are WBS characteristics that vary from one project to another so that the WBS better satisfies the requirements of a specific project, industry or environment.

Consistent with this principle, a WBS can be represented in a variety of ways in order to achieve a specific purpose in a specific situation. A single WBS may also be represented in more than one way in various situations on a given project. This appendix illustrates a number of formats that are found in common practice today. All of these representations, as well as others not included here, may be used to detail the ...

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