- You have a task: project management
- You built a Gantt in MS Project, or a professional built one for you
- You have a Gantt chart that contains at least several dozen activities (and possibly even hundreds or thousands of activities)
The application that will save you a lot of time will be HCP-Go. With the click of a button, the HCP-Go SaaS will analyze the schedule and tell you specifically:
#1: Whether or not there are faults in the Gantt
a fault in the Gantt chart is simply a scheduling mistake. It can be an activity with no successor activity, or an activity that is defined to take place prior to successor activities; a mistake can also be a calendar configuration error.
#2: What is a Gantt chart fault and why is it a mistake?
A Gantt chart mistake is something that can exist in a schedule file but not in reality. It can be a typo, an honest mistake that can be repaired easily; however, in most cases, the mistake has a more rooted reason – if you locate it early on – it can save you a great deal of time and put out any fires before they become a catastrophe!
You received a schedule (Gantt chart) with hundreds of activities and a quick answer is required: what happens inside of it and if there are problems, where are they?
#3: Exact location of faults
The project management application, HCP-Go, specifies each and every problematic activity. It is not a general or casual definition but rather a precise actionable list that allows to repair every detail.
#4: What is the project structure?
When a project is mapped by its paths – an overview is generated: for each HCP slack – how many paths were found with this slack? When project management sees the overview, they can easily know: if it has a bell-curve shape (or Gauss, or a normal curve) – then it possible (but not easy) to perform the project! If it looks like a human’s EKG – then it’s not good!
#5: What is the likelihood of my project ending in success in terms of contents, time and money?
When paths are mapped in the project grid, the HCP-Go app calculates the likelihood of successful project completion based on the HCP Score and other parameters. This gives you the option of paying attention to weak links in the project – whether the difficulty lies in the timetable or contents? And maybe an excess budget must be reserved or additional resources obtained?
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