1.3.2 Is There a Complete Project Plan? A Model‐Based Project Planning Approach

@inproceedings{Sharon2009132IT,
  title={1.3.2 Is There a Complete Project Plan? A Model‐Based Project Planning Approach},
  author={A. Sharon and O. Weck and D. Dori},
  year={2009}
}
Project planning and control are the essentials of project management. The first steps of the project planning require some knowledge of the concept of the product that the project is expected to deliver. The initial project plan, scope of work, Work Breakdown Structure, and allocation of resources rely on understanding of at least the top-level product functionality, architecture, and concept of operation. The project planning and control is an iterative process of derivation, refinement, and… Expand
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