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Figure 5-2
Sample WBS with activities
Many project management authors talk about the 8-to-80-hour rule (or simply the 80-hour rule), which states that work should be broken into activities or groups of activities that can be performed within 8 to 80 hours (which translates into one day minimum and not more than two weeks) This helps ensure work is grouped in a way that is easier to track, report, and manage This heuristic method (rule of thumb) is simply a guide or recommendation to think about the work of the project in a way that allows you to group the work so that it is easy to assign, and easier to estimate duration and cost If an activity takes less than eight hours, it is being tracked to a level far too granular for the PM and perhaps even the team member responsible for the work If it takes more than 80 hours, it will span a longer duration and potentially slip through the cracks if not tracked more closely (and therefore is not being monitored and managed in a responsive timeframe)
NOTE
Keep in mind the 80-hour rule is just a rule of thumb recommendation; if the activities take more than 80 hours or less than 8 hours, then use logic and assign the realistic estimated time needed and disregard this rule
Creating the WBS Should Be a Team Sport
The best way to create the WBS is to get the team together and brainstorm using sticky notes, preferably placed on flip chart paper (you can tape several pages together if you need a larger space) This also makes the work portable as you can roll up the charts and take them with you
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Start with the deliverables from the scope statement, project charter, and/or contract After the deliverables are listed, continue the brainstorming session to identify the work (activities) of the project for each of the deliverables Group them in a logical order that will help you and the team better manage the work of the project You can group by product, by project phase, or by function (for example, design, develop, test, implement, and project closure) If you are working on a construction project, you could create the WBS by stage, such as pour the foundation, frame the structure, install the plumbing, install the electrical, finish the trim, and so on The good news is, there is no set rule on how you create a WBS The only recommendation is that you create it in a way that makes sense and works best for you and the project team
Have Some Fun Creating the WBS
The process of creating the WBS can be fun and a great way to get to know the team in a relaxed environment One time on a project for a Fortune 50 company in Cincinnati, Ohio, we initiated the Create WBS process in a customer s home on his dining room wall The day the contract was signed, several of the project team leads met for dinner and afterward went back to the host s home and created a WBS by filling his dining room wall with sticky notes We even used different colors for the different key areas of the project We had a good time and were able to get a great start on the project We then captured the work from the dining room wall into a well-known scheduling tool (application software) for portability and for future updates Next, we showed the preliminary WBS to the team and rolled the work packages into the scheduling tool We then worked the project from the scheduling tool As a last step, we assigned the work packages and deliverables to the appropriate team leads and key subject matter experts They agreed to add the activities to the work packages, track to the detailed activity level, and report to the PM weekly at the work package level
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