Respond to the following in a minimum of 185 words:
A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) involves breaking down a project into a series of smaller tasks. A WBS must clearly identify each task and include an estimated duration. Considering the Appliance Warehouse Case Study, introduced in Week 1, and the project of planning and implementing a new Service Department as one of their product offerings, discuss the following:
- What tasks could you include in a WBS for Appliance Warehouse Case Study? What would be some possible risks for the implementation of the new Service Department?
Refer to Ch. 3, “Creating A Work Breakdown Structure,” of Systems Analysis and Design and the Historical Analysis Phase Durations spreadsheet in the Appliance Warehouse resources.
*The appliance warehouse case study resources have been added as attachments.