Using WBS to Establish Best Practices

Using WBS to Establish Best Practices

featuring

Matthew J. Weaver, PMP, CSM, ITIL

Founder
Project Weavers

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Event Location

Department of Agriculture, Cafeteria Conference Room (Wing 2 Entrance)
12th and Independence Ave, S.W.
Washington, ,

A complete Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is critical to project success and an important tool in establishing and implementing best practices in any project.  This discussion aims to refocus or introduce project managers to the continuing value of the WBS.  

Matthew will briefly review the basic pieces of the WBS, WBS Dictionary, and WBS Work Package, then show how to apply this while following common best practices in the PMBOK, IEEE standards and guidelines, CMMI, and ISO-9001.  He will show participants how to secure measurable and traceable results that will improve project quality and success.

Special Instructions: 

The M2D2 Event is free of charge and open to all interested PMs. Preregistration is required.

Metro Accessible via Smithsonian Station

Government ID or Photo ID is required to enter the facility

PDUs Available: 
1.00 PDUs for Certified PMs

About the Speaker

Matthew J. Weaver, PMP, CSM, ITIL

Project Weavers
Founder

Matthew Weaver is the founder of Project Weavers, a project management training company. As an instructor, coach, and consultant, he specializes in project management, best practices, methodology definition & process improvement. Matthew’s career spans more than 35 years of IT and technical, project, service, and general business management experience at leading commercial, government, and non-profit organizations.

About the M2D2 Monthly Downtown DC Meetings

PMIWDC holds a free monthly brown bag meeting at the US Department of Agriculture. These meetings are free, and open to the public, but preregistration is required.

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