Glossary

Gantt Chart

Gantt charts are conventionally used in project management. They are one of the most common and effective ways of displaying activities (tasks and events) in a time-related way. On the left side of the diagram is a list of activities, on a bar above, from left to right, there is a matching timeline. Each activity is represented by a bar displaying the start date, duration, and end date.

In cplace, users can combine different methods. Traditional waterfall models with work distribution structures, tasks and resource assignments, interdependencies, Gantt status and progress tracking graphs are available, as well as agile or scrum-based techniques. 

Related terms: Classic Project ManagementHybrid Project ManagementWaterfall Model

 

Gantt Chart
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