From Asymmetry to Transparency in Project Planning
Authored by: Timothy Deane Mather
Due to the complexity of modern projects and large numbers of parties involved, information related to project planning is typically asymmetrical and incomplete. There is a lack of comprehensive tools to synthesize information to benefit all the involved parties. The Graphical Path Method and software embodiments thereof enable a heretofore unobtainable transparency in the planning of project; activities, sequences, and resources: allowing all stakeholders to engage interactively in the creation of a comprehensible network diagram which graphically represents the intention of the group.