Project planning with Gantt Chart

Visualize your projects using Gantt charts, bar charts, resource and employee overviews, etc.

Good scheduling and scheduling is the first step in making a project a success. Targeted time management is important when there are several parallel projects. In addition to the costs and the utilization of resources, the focus is on the timing and meeting the project deadlines.

You can create and edit a project plan in different views such as bar chart, network plan or bar network plan. In the way that is easiest for you.

Combination of Gantt chart and resource utilization Gantt chart combined with resource utilization

Gantt chart showing resource utilization (5 minute YouTube video)

Good project planning is crucial to ensure the success of a project. With the help of a Gantt chart, you can transform your project planning into clear schedules that clearly show tasks, milestones, resource allocation and dependencies. This project management tool is indispensable when it comes to organizing and monitoring complex projects.

The Gantt chart allows you to visualize your project’s schedule in detail and optimize task management. Each task is represented as a bar that shows the planned duration and the start and end dates. This allows you to keep track of progress and focus on meeting project deadlines.

Resource allocation is another crucial aspect of project planning. With a Gantt chart, you can easily assign which resources are required for each task and ensure they are available when needed. This helps avoid bottlenecks and conflicts in resource utilization.

The Gantt chart also shows dependencies and links between tasks, making coordination and time management much easier. If one task cannot start until another is completed, you can easily see this in the Gantt chart.

Progress tracking is another important aspect. You can track the actual progress against the planned schedule and react in time if there are any delays. This is especially important to identify the critical path of the project, which is the longest sequence of tasks and can delay the completion of the project.

The project schedule, shown in the Gantt chart, provides a clear timeline for the entire project. You can see when each work package should be completed and how it affects the overall timeline.

Resource management is critical to ensure that the right people and materials are available. You can easily assign and monitor employees and resources in the employee overview.

Projects can be divided into different phases or sub-projects, which can be displayed separately in the Gantt chart. This makes it possible to keep track of the project phases and ensure that everything is going according to plan.

In summary, project planning with a Gantt chart is a powerful tool to help project managers effectively plan, implement and monitor projects. It facilitates schedule visualization, task management, resource allocation, dependency management, and progress tracking. With this method, you can ensure that your project is completed successfully and on time.

What is a Gantt chart?

A Gantt chart is a visual representation of planned tasks. Bar charts can be used for both the smallest and the most complex projects in various industries and areas.

It's a convenient way to see what work is scheduled for a specific day and time.

Gantt charts help teams and project managers increase productivity and efficiency of work processes, and track start and finish times Control project deadlines.

Can a Gantt chart be combined with resource utilization?

With project management software Rillsoft Cloud you can combine a Gantt chart with various resource utilization views.

Since many project tasks are often interdependent, it can be difficult be able to calculate how much time and resources need to be allocated to a task, when exactly does a task need to start, by when should it be finished and how many human resources should be scheduled in a day.

In a view Gantt chart combined with a resource chart gives you a comprehensive and detailed picture of the entire project, its timeline and resource utilization.