This week’s assignment will continue familiarize you with Microsoft Project 2013. Take the time andwork through each of the steps below so that you have a thorough understanding of the program and it’s capabilities.
Part 1 – After reading chapter three, discuss the main differences between the two versions of the JWDConsulting case study. When should you use a more prescriptive or agile approach? Do you think users ofthe JWD Consulting Intranet site would prefer one release of the software or several incremental ones? Whatare some pros and cons of each approach?
Part 2 – Study the WBS and Gantt charts provided in Figures 3-3 and 3-4. Enter the WBS into Project,indenting tasks as shown to create the WBS hierarchy. Do not enter durations or dependencies. Submit ascreenshot of the resulting Gantt chart.
The entire assignment should be 2-3 pages of content not counting title page, reference page. Please followAPA format. Remember, all of this should be on ONE word document and submitted as an attachment forgrading.
Book is Information Technolgy Project Management 7e Chapter 3
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