Number of slides: 10
Gantt charts are wonderful tools for analysing and organising time. They serve multiple functions such as forecasting, resource allocation, visual display of information and more. Gantt charts can be used for any type of project, but they true shine in contexts where multiple stakeholders need to be engaged and produce work. This slide deck has been designed to offer you multiple ways of using an otherwise unilateral Gantt chart. Use the Project Timeline Chart, the Simultaneous Tasks Slide, and the Distributed Tasks Slide to manage all your projects.
This is the most commonly used type of Gantt chart. It lays out the duration of tasks horizontally across a timeline, with the name of the task on the left. The typical type of Gantt chart follows a waterfall template, where one task starts only after the previous one has been completed.
This slide showcases how some tasks need to be overlapped in their start and end times as the delivery times and input dates for each business units are interrelated. Gantt charts need to be devised to fit the business needs and purposes, not for following strict rules and guideless such as no one task starts before the previous one is finished.
This type of Gantt chart might seem unorganized at first, but in reality, it is how the unfolding of some projects progresses. Business units have to complete tasks at different points in time depending on what other tasks have been completed and milestones reached.
Manage multiple tasks at once
Get an overall view of progress
Organise with flexibility
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