The Gantt Chart is pretty much the poster-child for Project Management. When most people think of project management, it’s a Gantt Chart they see in their mind’s eye.
So, what is a Gantt Chart?
…and who invented it?
Here, Dr Mike Clayton, founder of https://OnlinePMCourses.com, answers this question, in under 5 minutes.
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Cell K5: =MIN( start date column ) + output of form control
Cell L5: =K5+1
Copy L5 across columns as far as required.
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