Return to site


who, what, how, & when


Digital are to become essential when realizing that soon half of the workforce will be composed by independent virtualized remote workers. Mobile apps take this mobility a step further, allowing the Project Manager to keep the project under control from anywhere and at anytime.

Since engineer Henry L. Gantt invented in 1910 the Gantt chart, illustrating the schedule of a project management, there have been developed different software options that assist the project manager and the entire team on the development of the project.


Currently the most common options are:

Agile Jira & ScrumTrello & Big picture Bitrix24YoutrackTeamworkWrike

broken image

These tools provide complete visibility over the team’s progress and performance to stay on track and hit the project goals on time. Plan projects, prioritize tasks, collaborate with clients, and track progress can be all done in one central workspace. Any project can have a dedicated group where all of the files, discussions, and tasks pertaining to that project are stored and accessed only by those users who are relevant to the project. Time spent on each task within the project can be tracked, and tasks are integrated into the group calendar. Furthermore, projects can be created in the Extranet, so clients or partners can fully participate in its development.


Tasks and subtasks can be viewed in an interactive Gantt chart with status, responsible person, and chronological relationships. This gives a full picture of the progression of the project at a single glance, and helps identify potential or existing delays. Bumping up a deadline, adding a subtask, and any other change can be made quickly, with automatic notifications going out to all involved. The Kanban view is also available for workgroups tasks and projects, as well as inside task planner. The employee workload planning in project management let you finish more tasks on time and identify which ones are getting dangerously close to being overdue.


Supervisors can allocate how much time should be spent on each task and then track actual time spent completing them. Monthly reports on time spent on tasks for each department and each employee are available. Switching between high-level overviews and detailed updates helps managing workloads, request feedback from stakeholders, and keep everyone up to date.

broken image