The first Gantt chart was devised in the mid 1890s by Karol Adamiecki, a Polish engineer who ran a steelworks in southern Poland and had become interested in management ideas and techniques.
Some 15 years after Adamiecki, Henry Gantt, an American engineer and project management consultant, devised his own version of the chart and it was this that became widely known and popular in western countries. Consequently, it was Henry Gantt whose name was to become associated with charts of this type.
Fast forward to 2022, and today, Gantt charts are most commonly used for tracking project schedules. At MPR, we desighned the ability to manage the project from multiple points and views. If your looking at a time phase schedule in a Gantt and still want access to the details, look no further. By dragging the slider bar, you can uncover all the detail to manage the dates and status of the project.
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