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In-text: (Beasley and Miller, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Beasley, J. and Miller, G. (2004). Modern Electronic Communication. 8th ed. pp.515-517, 521-525, 528.
"The PBS (product breakdown structure) use the breakdown structure approach to subdivide the project into its key deliverables. This enables the project sponsor to confirm the project's operational configuration." "The WBS (work breakdown structure) uses the breakdown structure approach to subdivide the work to make the deliverables into work packages. This enables the project manager to confirm the project's build-method and execution strategy." "The WBS dictionary contains all the information the project manager needs to complete the project. By using a breakdown structure, the level of detail can be adjusted to meet the required level of information." "All references, assumptions..." "The PBS subdivides a project into a number of deliverables..." "The WBS subdivdes a project into a number of work packages. The structure and content of the work packages..." "A standard WBS template ensures consistency and completeness..." "The Gantt chart presents the project's schedule information in an easy to understand bar chart format. "The Gantt chart ... lists the scope of work as WBS..."
In-text: (Burke, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Burke, R. (2013). Project Management: Planning and Control Techniques. 5th ed. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp.166,176-179, 184,188-189, 190,216,251.
"...a cash flow statement. This statement summarises the inflows and outflows of cash for an accounting period..."
In-text: (Gowthorpe, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Gowthorpe, C. (2005). Management accounting for non-specialists. London: Thomson Learning, p.207.
"Figure 2.2 presents three typical communication systems...and a wireless computer network."
In-text: (Lathi and Ding, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Lathi, B. and Ding, Z. (2010). Modern digital and analog communication systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.1.
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