More Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Examples

Defining what to do when planning an event is definitely a pain in the neck. A work breakdown structure helps to relieve such pain.

Coming up with a correct WBS could be a delicate task and that is why I felt there was the need for more examples. This post shows more WBS examples for different occasions.

Work Breakdown Structure Examples

This example goes through the planning and the operational phases.

WBS Levels

This example shows the promotional tour of a book.

 

Getting Things Done is David Allen simplification of project management applied to everyday life.

The process in itself is a Work Breakdown Structure that simplifies process. Here a nice wallpaper that explains the process.

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Julius Solaris
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  • Merry Moiseichik

    I am working on a chapter in a book and need a simple gantt chart which your website provides. The book is called “Management of Park and Recreation Agencies” published by the National Park and Recreation Association. I was looking to include the Gantt chart on Music Festival: site set up. May I have permission to use it?

  • Merry Moiseichik

    I am working on a chapter in a book and need a simple gantt chart which your website provides. The book is called “Management of Park and Recreation Agencies” published by the National Park and Recreation Association. I was looking to include the Gantt chart on Music Festival: site set up. May I have permission to use it?

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