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Topics: Construction, Work Breakdown Structures (WBS)
Hello, I would like to have a clearer criterion about what level at WBS is most suitable for develop some deliverables, specifically for the construction sector, bearing in mind that this is mostly
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The degree of WBS breakdown depends on many factors such as project type, complexity, available information and so on so it is somehow a case by case basis and you can tailor it to suit your requirements unless there are other factors which you wanted to mention in your question as it looks incomplete (This is mostly ... )
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1 reply by Carlos Rúa Machado
Feb 27, 2017 8:21 AM
Carlos Rúa Machado
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Thanks Rami for the reply. The doubt is associated to that an activity, which is composed of several steps (subactivities) can be considered as a deliverable.
Feb 26, 2017 3:24 PM
Replying to Rami Kaibni
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The degree of WBS breakdown depends on many factors such as project type, complexity, available information and so on so it is somehow a case by case basis and you can tailor it to suit your requirements unless there are other factors which you wanted to mention in your question as it looks incomplete (This is mostly ... )
Thanks Rami for the reply. The doubt is associated to that an activity, which is composed of several steps (subactivities) can be considered as a deliverable.

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