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The Gantt Chart: A Working Tool of Management

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Henry Laurence Gantt: The Gantt Chart Thinker

Gantt chart, used to observe project progress against time constraints, is named after Henry Laurence Gantt, an American mechanical engineer. Though it was a useful process for project planning, it lacked something when it came to visualizing the project timelines. This is where BIM 4D modeling came into picture.

Henry Laurence Gantt (1861-1919) was an engineer and he invented the chart for a very different purpose – so that the workers and the managers could see at a glance the progress of the work and to see what was impairing the flow. Decades before the invention of the computer, Henry Gantt created a simple and incredibly powerful visual tool for enabling workers and managers to improve processes together.

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Henry Laurence Gantt, A.B., M.E. (1861 - 1919) - Genealogy

The article offers information on the works of management consultant Henry Laurence Gantt who is famous for his useful document the Gantt chart. It states that Gantt also introduced the concepts of stakeholder engagement and team motivation. It states that Gantt's approach focuses on efficient...

The article profiles American scientist Henry Laurence Gantt. It notes that the Gantt charts are applied today in major infrastructure projects. Gantt is born in 1861 in Maryland and graduated from Johns Hopkins University. Moreover, he is a licensed from the Stevens Institute of Technology....