Traditional Project Management
Our Traditional framework prevents failure by immediately identifying impacts on the project schedule. An online Gantt chart software updates project plans across project portfolios with ease, and a calendar-based task manager to issue alerts and notifications identifying delays and regular progress. Grid view permits you to develop enterprise project plans with phases, milestones, and detailed task breakdowns.
Project managers can plan, manage, and track tasks, resources, resource assignments, and labor cost using PlanStreet’s Gantt chart software. Gantt chart assigns resources against specific tasks and enables project managers to forecast hourly cost for each task, phase, and milestone. Gantt chart project management software rolls up cost for each task and phase to the project level calculating the total cost of the project. Actual expenses and cost are calculated based on actual task work log. They are tracked and controlled within budget using the Gantt chart online tool.
PlanStreet automatically recalculate task dates and dependencies as part of auto-scheduling. Project managers find it easy to prioritize tasks, indent, and outdent by merely dragging and dropping tasks and their attributes. When critical Path is on, you get alerted about tasks that are most important for project success. It helps sequence the tasks which are crucial in determining the overall duration of the project.
Agile Project Management
Product owners and Agile teams use PlanStreet’s Agile project board to carry out backlog management, release planning, and sprint planning. User Stories on PlanStreet’s planning board are committed for completion by the team, and project stakeholders collaborate and communicate using checklists, comments, and attachments. Teams have the option of using a story-point system and, or hourly allocation against each user story.
Teams create user stories within backlog columns and can further categorize the backlog on the project planning board. Sprint management is carried out within the planning board where sprint durations, active and inactive triggers can be set at any time. Release planning is a summary board of the backlog and sprints to track the actual progress of the team. Multiple sprints can be active and worked upon at a time for various teams. Agile plan board users drag user stories between backlog and multiple sprints during the release planning process.
Traditional and Agile Planning
Today’s companies have multiple needs, from launching an app to designing a marketing launch to planning an international expansion. Many firms will benefit from combining both frameworks to provide the business predictability and the creative flexibility to meet ever-changing markets.
A dual approach can help you meet multiple goals easily. Accountability and creativity can coexist using our platform. PlanStreet offers Phase & Gate approach for the project execution that helps you build project portfolio roadmaps across the organization. Whether you’re an established company or a startup, PlanStreet’s project planning software fulfills your project needs.