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PMP Challenge Question – 10/15

Just a reminder this is that last of three PMP Challenge Questions for eligibility for the PMP Exam Prep book including PMP(r) Exam Success Series from Crosswind Project Management. This includes their “Brain Dump” review card and CD Exam Simulator.

For a lucky runner up, I have a Prepare for the PMP(r) Exam: Formulas and Important Facts to Remember card from Value Based Project Management.

As a reminder, to be eligible for these prizes, you must: a) correctly answer 2 of the last 3 PMP challenge questions (that would include 9/15, 10/1, and 10/15) b) email your responses to sdcapmp@aol.com before 12:01am 10/30/2007 c) have your name drawn from the eligible emails received. Winners will be notified by email and will need to supply a mailing address for prizes.

So here is today’s question (actually a multi-part question):

1) List 7 benefits of a WBS. Be original. We all know it lists tasks, resources, and estimates. What are the real benefits of having a WBS?

2) Explain how you know when you have broken down the tasks of a WBS far enough.

Good luck! All the answers will be posted on 11/1 with the next PMP Challenge Question!

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