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20March

Gantt Chart

Gantt charts have been around since 1917, when Henry L. Gantt created one as a way to analyze and synthesize workflows. His motivation was World War I, and trying to improve economic and labor results. He collaborated with the U.S. Army, which saw the value in his visual system. Since the 1980s, Gantt charts have been going online and have Continue Reading
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17March

Work Schedule

A work schedule is a crucial arm in handling your employee resources, so you can control your project as it progresses to a successful completion. Organize your team’s work schedule to better manage your project’s workflow with this simple work schedule template. You can note the days your team is working on a project or a particular task, as well Continue Reading
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16March

To-Do List

A to-do list is your first defence against the chaos of mounting tasks. It’s a way to take that onslaught of work and organize it, prioritize it and see at-a-glance when each individual assignment is due. This is how you start to manage workflow and create the beginnings of a schedule to help get things done on time. What Is Continue Reading
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Written by Greg Bailey Project assurance is a process that allows project stakeholders and project managers (PMs) to assess the risks and strengths of a project. By outlining key threats, objective success criteria, and adequate project controls with project stakeholders, PMs can create a stronger infrastructure to increase the chance of success. For projects with high financial value, project assurance Continue Reading
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You’ve heard the term before, but what is a flow chart? In project management, a flow chart is a visual aid to understand the methodology you’re using to manage the project. The diagram shows the interdependent and parallel processes over the course of the project’s life cycle. Project managers use a flow chart to offer a clear picture of process Continue Reading
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Six Sigma, Lean, PMBOK — there’s a lot of project management jargon thrown around that you may find confusing and unclear. However, there are a few methodologies that come to mind when you’re looking to create a project plan. But first, it helps to know that any good project plan provides 3 things: Transparency – Everyone involved knows the status Continue Reading
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