According to the PMBOK® Guide, ″the WBS is a deliverable-oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be executed by the project team, to accomplish the project
objectives and create the required deliverables.″ In other words, it lists the project′s deliverables and work packages. Remember that the WBS starts with your major
deliverables (that you stated in your scope management plan) at the highest level. The lower levels have the work package required to complete those deliverables.
Review the textbook (and the PMBOK® Guide, if you have it) for some suggestions on how to create a WBS. From your work breakdown structure, develop a project task list
with dependencies and add durations, using MS Project.Develop the Work Breakdown Structure Your WBS should have a minimum of 100–150 line items in MS Project and be
three levels deep. Make sure to use verb-object task names (for example, ″Develop software″). Enter tasks in MS Project. Create the predecessor relationships. DO NOT
LINK SUMMARY TASKS OR ASSIGN RESOURCES! I have provided an example pf what it should look like as a reference (2day_Training). I also provided a copy of my scope