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Cis 348 Week 6 Assignment 4 Mobile App Part 1 Work Breakdown Structure

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CIS 348 Week 6 Assignment 4 Mobile App Part 1 Work Breakdown Structure

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Assignment 4: Mobile App Part 1 (Work Breakdown Structure)
Week 6 Assignment 4 –
Due Week 6 and worth 85 points
This assignment contains two (2) deliverables: a summary document to be delivered in a word
processor document format and a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to be delivered in a project
Imagine that you work as the project manager for an IT department. Your organization has
recently approved the development of a mobile application. As the project manager, you will
manage the development of the project. The project will include user experience (UX) design by
a consultant, graphic design by a team of two contracted designers, and in-house application
development by a team of three (3) programmers and a database developer.
Deliverable 1: Summary (MS Word or open source equivalent)
a. Write a one to two (1-2) page summary document in which you:
Summarize the project requirements and other assumptions (i.e.,
budget, human resources, workload, environmental dependencies, etc.).
Define a work breakdown structure and describe the methodology
behind constructing one.
Deliverable 2: WBS (MS Project or open source equivalent)
b. Use Microsoft Project or an open source equivalent to create a WBS which
addresses the following:
Contain at least five (5) main tasks, one (1) for each of the
PMBOK® process areas.
Contain at least thirty (30) line items distributed in five (5) or more
work packages.
b.c.Contain Work Breakdown Structure Code for each task.
Present duration estimates for each task that results in a duration
estimate for the project not to exceed the requirements described in the
Deliverable one (1) of your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
a. Be typed, double spaced, using...


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