Gantt view

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The Gantt Chart is one of WDM's features that allows you to manage your projects more efficiently through tasks.

The Gantt Chart is part of project management. It is one of the most effective tools to visually represent the progress of a project's different activities or tasks. The Gantt Chart lists all the tasks to complete the project successfully. The Diagram indicates the date by which the tasks need to be closed. The header line of the Gantt chart represents the most appropriate time for the project (quarter day, half day, day, week, month, etc.).

This Diagram shows at a glance:

     🔸 The different tasks to consider.

     🔸The start date and end date of each task.

     🔸The expected duration of each task.

     🔸The start date and end date of the project as a whole.

You are a Director or project manager for the construction of a road or a building and the like. If you want to follow the evolution of the project activities, then use the Gantt Chart. It's an effective tool with many strengths and works just as well in initial project planning. Indeed, it offers the possibility of a synthetic vision of the course to come. Then, it helps identify bottlenecks and other potential risks to the proper execution of tasks. It is also a valuable communication tool with your team and allows you to follow the project from a distance. You can react at any time for any adjustment, and you have complete control of all project activities ("Not Started," "In Progress," "At Risk," "Late," or "Completed") for a better follow-up.

The Gantt Chart is adaptable to all projects regardless of their areas and sizes. From a small associative project to constructing a nuclear power plant, it is possible to plan everything with Gantt. You are a Director or a project manager for the construction of a road or a building and others. If you want to follow the evolution of the project activities, then use the Gantt Chart. It's an effective tool with many strengths and works just as well in initial project planning. Indeed, it offers the possibility of a synthetic vision of the course to come. Then, it helps identify bottlenecks and other potential risks to the proper execution of tasks. It is also a valuable communication tool with your team and allows you to follow the project from a distance. You can react at any time for any adjustment, and you have complete control of all project activities ("Not Started," "In Progress," "At Risk," "Late," or "Completed") for a better follow-up.

The Gantt Chart is adaptable to all projects regardless of their areas and sizes. From a small associative project to constructing a nuclear power plant, it is possible to plan everything with the Gantt view.

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