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    Gannt Chart

    The Gantt chart, named for its developer, Henry L. Gantt, displays the status of various tasks, personnel assignments and costs. It is sometimes referred to as the bar chart.

    A chart used for project management that shows scheduling of steps required to complete a project during a given period of time.

    The earliest and best-known graphic representation of the relationship between planned performance and actual performance. Named after its originator, Harry L. Gantt. Synonymous with job progression chart.

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