There are no alternatives to Gantt charts – that’s why they are still around, everywhere, after 100 years. Resistance is futile. I was sent this by a friend of mine just now… http://www.projectmanager.com/4-alternatives-to-gantt-charts.php?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=linkedin Interesting article, but he’s wrong of course. His first alternative to a Gantt chart is to use a spreadsheet to produce it. […]
You might think that Project Management is common sense, and some of it is, but here are some useful things that you’d find difficult to guess
So much easier than buying and learning Microsoft Project. You don’t have to be an Excel whizz to use this method. And Excel is better in many ways – when you come to costing and planning resources.
Define cost quality and time, in writing. If you’re not really sure what you’re setting out to do then you’ll probably suffer from people moving the goalposts during your project and possibly complaining afterwards that you didn’t do what they wanted. If you’re being asked to do the impossible, for the good of your customer […]