The Gantt chart

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The Gantt chart

  1. 1. Management Theory and Practices Theory of Henry Laurence Gantt Prepared By: Nimesh Satikuvar Shrijay Nayak Bhavin Bakhada Free Powerpoint Templates Page 1
  2. 2. About Henry Laurence Gantt• Henry Laurence Gantt- A.B, M.E(1861-23rd November1919. Born 1861 Died 23rd Nov. 1919 Citizen United states Filed Scientific Management Known for Gantt Chart – He was an American Mechanical engineer and Management consultant who is most famous for his Gantt Chart in 1910s. – Innovation he has made • The Gantt Chart • Task & Bonus System • Workers efficiency & Productivity measurement system Free Powerpoint Templates Page 2
  3. 3. Theory of Henry L. Gantt  Scheduling innovation The Gantt Chart Rewarding Innovation Free Powerpoint Templates Page 3
  4. 4. Scheduling InnovationThe Gantt Chart: This chart was formulated for providing graphic schedule for planning and controlling of the work, and recoding progress towards stage of a project. The chart has modern variation, PERT(Program Evaluation and Review Techniques. (PERT is a tool for controlling Quality and Efficiency of the work and workers) Free Powerpoint Templates Page 4
  5. 5.  Henry Gantt has also taken into consideration the following aspect of the Business  Industrial Efficiency  The Task and Bonus System  The social responsibility of the business Free Powerpoint Templates Page 5
  6. 6. Some GANTT CHART Free Powerpoint Templates Page 6
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  10. 10. Rewarding InnovationThe Task And Bonus System: He linked thebonus paid to managers to how well theytaught their employees to improveperformance. Free Powerpoint Templates Page 10

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