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Ganntt/Pert charts


Hi Guys

I am looking for a Ganntt and Pert chart to help me with project and change management training.

I wonder if any of you have a simple model that would help learners gain a basic understanding of change management.

All help appreciated!

Ginny Haynes

3 Responses

  1. freequality
    There is a website rom which you can download free charts.
    Hope that helps

  2. Most PM Books

    I’m not sure there is a basic model of Gantt chart for Change Management as by it’s very nature each Change Management project is different.

    Most books on Project Management cover the subject areas you talk about. Which I know also sounds like a silly answer. However, the book I usually recommend is by Mike Field and Laurie Keller, simply entitled Project Management and costs around £20 which is why I usually recommend it. It’s also on Association of Project Management’s reading list. Let me know if you need the ISBN number.

    The book covers both Gantt charts and Dependency charts using both box’s and circles. There’s usually some exercises in them too.

    Hope that helps – either way give me a call if you want to discuss further and perhaps I may have some examples, exercises or training materials.


    Phil Vale,
    (0776 0266 047
    [email protected])

  3. Gantt and PERT chart
    Hi Ginny

    I don’t know if this will help but here goes. I teach Project Management (PM) and also Change Management (CM). CM in the project context is all about managing changes suggested to deliverables and these arise from issues; submissions made by people internal or external to the project on things which need to be added or changed.

    I think the PERT chart or network diagram as it is called nowadays, merely charts the tasks your project team have identified, along with the dependencies. There are several steps in between this and the production of the Gantt chart (e.g. forward and backward passes to establish the early finish times, late finish times and the float).

    If all you are after is a sample network diagram and a sample Gantt chart, for demonstration purposes, both will be easy to supply.

    If however you are looking for an exercise to build up one and then the other, that is a lot more involved.

    Contact me offline if you wish to discuss this further or require assistance.

    Pashori Lal
    Prince 2 Practitioner
    078 1205 0098


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