What are Gantt charts? Gantt Charts are the foundation of project planning. Read this 5 minute introduction to Henry Gantt and Gantt charts. Most introductions to modern project planning techniques begin with Henry Gantt (1861 – 1919).
Guide planning a project. This page covers stage 4 - resource allocation and levelling and discusses a common planning challenge.
Understand the task dependencies in project planning. Know how to use the task dependencies in project scheduling - finish-to-start, start-to-finish, start-to-start and finish-to-finish.
How to use Task sequence in Project Scheduling. Task sequence can be classified as one of four different types. Mandatory vs. Discretionary and Internal vs. External. Knowing and understanding the different types of sequence dependencies provides a lot of benefits.
Need to create a WBS? Read this guide to creating a Work Breakdown Structure. To plan a project you need to be sure that you have captured all of the deliverables and tasks that make up the finished project in a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
Use this checklist to review your Work Breakdown Structures (WBS)! This checklist can be used for any project regardless of industry. It focusses on the key elements that must be in place for a WBS to define the work.
Need to create a work breakdown structure? Use this WBS template to create your WBS online in minutes. Created in MindMeister, it is scalable for any size of project. Adjust the colours and styles with customisable themes. Export to PDF, image, .mind. Edit the WBS with your team with online collaboration and email links or embed in a webpage.