Week 1: Initiation and Planning · Lesson 9 · 2 minutes
What do schedules actually look like? One of the most common and useful tools for schedule creation is the magnificent Gantt Chart.
Gantt Charts illustrate activities and time so that you can have a global view of all the tasks that make up a project and when those tasks ought to occur.
But the most useful aspect of a Gantt Chart is that it shows dependencies, or tasks that require other tasks to be completed before they begin.
With a Gantt Chart, it's very easy to determine what needs to happen when, and how to move everything around when you need to.