Encompass your project management needs with PERT, implementation plan and radar chart.
A traditional PERT chart is a project management tool used to schedule, organize, and coordinate tasks within a project. The enhanced version of PERT Chart adds four additional features for integrating with different Visual Paradigm building blocks. User can do all these within an enhanced PERT Chart modeler.
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is a hierarchical decomposition of the total scope of work to be carried out by the project team to accomplish the project objectives and create the required deliverables. In addition to WBS, perhaps, some other problems can also be represented by the same breakdown structure, such as Resource Breakdown Structure, Solution Breakdown Structure and Requirement Breakdown Structure. We simply call it "Breakdown Structure Diagram" for modeling all these variants of breakdown structure diagrams.
Cause and Effect Diagrams are sometimes referred to as Fishbone Diagrams because they resemble the skeleton of a fish, with a head, spine, and bones. The Cause and Effect Diagram is useful for exploring all the potential factors that may cause or contribute to a particular problem (or effect). It is often used as an effective communication tool for brainstorming, especially when dealing with complex issues.
Represents the time frame of individual sub-projects and the critical transitions, using a migration roadmap. You can also indicate the moment when a project reviewed and investment will take place throughout the project life-cycle. As well as presenting the project triggers through the production of deliverables.
Implementation Plan is a project management tool that shows how a software project will evolve at a high level. When properly developed, an implementation plan ensures that development team are working to deliver works that meet the customers' needs in time.
What is the capability level of your development team? Which part of your team requires strengthening or optimization? What is the focus areas that will support your development activities? By drawing a radar chart (a.k.a spider chart), you can easily find answers to all these questions.
Plot the capabilities of your team in the maturity chart and give them scores to indicate their maturity.
Clearly show the current level of maturity, the short-term target and long-term. Analyze the gap in between.
Group similar capabilities into process areas. Identity the maturity of related capabilities without being distracted.
Drag & drop and auto layout drawers in cabinet, or visually drop documents or references for further viewing and achieving in drawers - Documentation Cabinet provides a visual configurable repository for documentation taxonomy and color coding.