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A work breakdown structure (WBS) is used as a way for project managers to map out specific elements of a project. The WBS helps to identity key deliverables and their allocated resources, schedules, and budget requirements to help reach the project goal (Cerezo-Naraez, Pastor-Fernandez, Otero-Mateo, & Ballesteros-Perez, 2020). The resources are provided to give insight into what needs to be completed or achieved in order to reach the desired deliverable. The WBS also acknowledges how each task and sub-tasks relate to one another in order to meet the overall objective (Siriram, 2019).
1.0 End-of-Course Summary 1.1 Project Team Members 1.1.1 Assess strengths and level of understanding of each member regarding course comprehension 1.1.2 Review specific expectations and milestone requirements 188.8.131.52 Assign roles and responsibilities to project team members that are specific project-related tasks 1.2 Course Material 1.2.1 Course Description 1.2.2 Course objectives and outcomes overview 1.2.3 Read and review course threaded discussions, assignments, and exams 1.2.4 Required textbooks and course resources 1.3 Course Schedule 1.3.1 Reading requirements 1.3.2 Posted deadlines 1.4 Course Content 1.4.1 Threaded Discussions 184.108.40.206 Deadlines and rubric requirements 220.127.116.11 Expectations 1.4.2 Exams 18.104.22.168 Course Content 22.214.171.124 Allotted time frame 1.4.3 Assignments 126.96.36.199 Academic requirements 188.8.131.52 Grading rubric 184.108.40.206 Explanation of Turnitin 220.127.116.11 Academic integrity 1.5 Project team member meetings 1.5.1 Email/Conference calls 18.104.22.168 Status/tracking report 22.214.171.124 Questions and concerns 1.6 End-of-Course Summary Completion 1.6.1 Analysis of course 1.6.2 Evaluation of course work 1.6.3 Course objectives and outcomes accomplished