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Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2013 by Mario Landa, Rodolfo Ambriz

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Chapter 3: Entering Tasks

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We’ve finished the Setup process and are ready to begin the Planning Processes. In this chapter we’ll focus on the first process: defining tasks and entering them in Project 2013.

After reading this chapter you will be able to:

Define what a work breakdown structure (WBS) is

Discuss the benefits of a WBS and its importance as the foundation of the project schedule

Establish an appropriate level of detail for your WBS

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