Charts, Dashboards and Visualizations Part 1
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Welcome back to the county. A project plus P k +0004 This is your instructor, Humber. Hilario.
Right now I'm gonna be looking at the charts. Dashboards and the solicitations.
Ah, Houston Project Management.
The key objective is to identify the different visualization tools that we can come across your in a project and how they can help us understand the projects of says or the project execution.
The 1st 1 is the Gant chart. The GAM chart is the top of chart that illustrates a project schedule is a bar chart.
They are the most powerful visual in project management
because in this place the start
ending and how each task is connected to each other in order to successfully complete the project.
They are why we used for presenting a project plans reporting on progress and for keeping projects on trap.
Next, we have the pert chart.
The perch art is ah charge that is used for evaluating and reporting project activities. This chart can be used once our work breakdown structure has bean developed and we have all the tasks identified.
So it has used later on throughout the events of the project.
This will show how much time is needed to complete H task and to help identify the key components or the critical components that have to be executed in the project.
This chart help us visualize something called the Critical Path,
which are the tasks that are required to execute in order for the project to be assumed, asked on track or as completed, as well as to visualize and identify those tasks that are less important.
chart is the Pareto chart is an administration. The visualize is the most important or critical items among a set.
This diagram consists of both ah bar representation, plus a line that in this represents individual values that in
ascending I mean in descending order. So, as you can see, we go from 200 all the way down to nine. In this example,
uh, this other chart are most often used to visualize quality control and issues and to prioritize problems. Our system areas, I need to be addressed.
Another common chart is the timeline chart
is used sometimes in parallel with the Gand chart. It gives us a visual of the different tasks and how they are sequins in chronological order on a linear time scale.
They're used to help of teams and stakeholders. Look at the sequence and every mile cells that have been achieved or that has been planned Thio be achieved and to give us an expected delivery date for these milestones.
Timelines are also used together with the gansa. As I said, to help reduce the amount off information that we are receiving,
our last chart is the fish bone diagram, also known as the Ishi Kawa Diagram, or the cost and effect diagram.
This illustrates the possible factors that could cause an outcome and is used by project managers to properly identify two causes off problems rather than going with assumptions.
Okay, this is the end off our lesson, and we have learned some of the different visual tools that we can see in a project.
Our next section is gonna expand a bit more on this