How to Implement the WBS Methodology

How to Implement the WBS Methodology

Along with other project management tools, can a work breakdown structure (WBS) be a methodology in and of itself? This hierarchy tool basically breaks down certain tasks within any given project, but how can it be used as its own methodology? Jean Scheid takes a look at a WBS Methodology.
Example of a Six Sigma Project Charter

Example of a Six Sigma Project Charter

Part of beginning any Six Sigma project is creating the project charter. Without it, how can success be measured, determined or followed? No matter what Six Sigma phases you utilize, DMAIC, DMEDI, or DMADV, you need a project charter. Jean Scheid tells us why.
Components of a DMAIC Project Charter: Part 1 of 2

Components of a DMAIC Project Charter: Part 1 of 2

The major components of a DMAIC Project Charter are the problem statement, the goal statement, the project scope, constraints and risk factors, a cost-benefit analysis, and a listing of the project team. Read on for more information and examples.