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Do You Know What a Benefits Breakdown Structure Is?

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1. Actually measure progress in the project

2. Reduce the probability  that major inportant work is missed and not planned

3. Better estimate cost and resources

4. Identification of project risk

5. Minimise adverse impact on project Scope, cost, schedule

6. Minimise the management crisis