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Gantt chart

 (gănt)
n.
A chart that depicts progress in relation to time, often used in planning and tracking a project.

[After Henry Laurence Gantt (1861-1919), American engineer.]

Gantt chart

(ɡænt)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a chart showing, in horizontal lines, activity planned to take place during specified periods, which are indicated in vertical bands
[C20: named after Henry L. Gantt (1861–1919), US management consultant]
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Gantt charts are very efficient for using this strategy.
Workflow visualization tools, including Kanban boards and Gantt charts that have been incorporated into new project management technology, help project manager's plan and schedule tasks.
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A No, Excel does not produce Gantt charts out of the box, but you can create one with a bit of Excel trickery, as illustrated in the following example.
Good project management is about balancing the use of process with a healthy dose of common sense, recognising that the discipline is as much about strong leadership and team building as it is about Gantt charts and budgets.
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For that reason, Gantt charts are used for string evaluation.
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