MB670 Activity 2 Just Right Company WBS and Responsibility Matrix

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Just Right Company – WBS and Responsibility Matrix

Part A: Work Breakdown Structure

A work breakdown structure (WBS) in project management enables the project management team to breakdown the project into smaller manageable parts or units that are instrumental to the completion of the whole project and at the same time highlights the different milestones to be achieved by the completion of each part of the project, the individuals responsible for each part and other resources to be utilized in the completion of each of the milestones. On the other hand, a responsibility matrix is a grid that is designed to give a graphical presentation of the tasks as delineated in the work breakdown structure (WBS) and the team member of the project team charged with the responsibility of ensuring the completion of that specific task (Gido, 2014).

Have It Your Way Retail Software Design Project WBS

Figure 1: Work Breakdown Structure

Part B: Have It Your Way Retail Software Design Project Responsibility Matrix

WBS Element P.MMike Dan  Bill David  Mark  Amy Jen Mike  Sal Jon
Development A P S         S    
Support A   P           S  
Deployment A     P         S  
Design A P     S          
Training A     P     S      
Documentation   A       P   S      
Testing A   S     P       S

Key: A-Approval, P-Primary Responsibility and S-Support

Figure 2: Responsibility Matrix

Bibliography

Gido, J., & Clements, J. P. (2015). Successful project management. (6th ed.). Stamford, CT:

Cengage Learning.




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