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Gantt Charts

Gantt Charts

When managing projects, large number of activities are to be controlled and completed on time. If you miss a deadline, the costs may increase considerably and you may even be penalized. A Gantt Chart is a visual representation that provides an instant overview of the status of a project. It outlines all activities involved in a project against a timescale. A basic Gantt chart simply lists what needs to be done and when. It is often used by any industry that requires project management such as: construction, telecommunications, information technology and management consulting.   Read more »  


 

Improvement Roadmap Template

An Improvement Roadmap is an approach that is used to guide through the implementation of a long-term improvement journey. Whether you are a department manager, a lean practitioner or Master Black Belt, this template will enable you to list your improvement goals, identify the baseline performance of each goal, identify where you want to be at some time in the future, and identify the metrics that will be used to measure the performance over time.

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Improvement Roadmap

Improvement Roadmap

Our long-term continuous improvement effort can be complicated and a never-ending journey. A map can always be helpful in such situations to find the destinations and plan the best routes. A road map is a map that displays business-related information rather than natural geographical information. There are different types of roadmaps a business can use including: product, marketing, project, customer experience, change, and improvement roadmaps.

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Gantt Chart Template

A Gantt Chart is a way to graphically show progress of a project. It outlines all activities involved in a project and illustrates other project-related information such as: the start and finish dates of activities, completion percentages, responsible persons, and so on. Gantt charts are useful to keep the team and other relevant stakeholders informed of the progress of the project.

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