Nowadays project management is becoming a significant aspect for any enterprise, company or an individual as in today’s time you can’t able to execute any project in a complete manner without the assistance of proper project management. But in the era of internet and smartphones, we are accessed to multiple resources and software that helps an individual to execute the project management in supple style. But what, If your project involves loads of tasks and events, then it is nearly difficult to present them in a suitable way and midst of these obstacles, Gantt Chart comes into the role.
Most of you people may not aware of the term ‘Gantt Chart’ so this particular article is dedicated to telling you about the fundamentals of Gantt Chart in inscriptive as well as graphical form.
What is a Gantt Chart?
A Gantt Chart, generally used in project management, is one of the most prevalent ways of showing activities (tasks, events, subsequence) displayed against time. On the lift of the chart, you can find the list of the activities and on top of it, you can find a suitable time scale. Basically, Each activity is represented by a bar; the position and length of the bar reflect the start date, duration and end date of the event.
Hope the above sample of Gantt Chart answers your multiple queries regarding set up of Gantt Chart well. Apart from this, Gantt Chart is unique in its own as there is a long history, and numerous engineers are involved in the creation and implementation of this Chart method.
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