6 project management tools to give you power and flexibility from your desktop.
Project management software can be inflexible. MindGenius 20 changes that.
We have 6 ways of performing key project management activities. Choose what works best for your project and your personal work style.
6 tools = more options for you
You can start with a mind map (Tool No. 1). First lay the foundation for your project — all the assumptions, deliverables, and other project info that everyone on the team needs to share. A mind map is the perfect tool for this.
Note: Many project management applications fail to provide for this up-front planning.
With your preparation completed, lay out the tasks in the simplest, quickest way: another mind map.
Gantt: durations and dependencies
It takes one click to move from mind map to Gantt View (Tool No. 2) for adding task durations and dependencies.
With the Project Snapshot feature, you can record scheduled task completion dates and highlight late tasks
MindGenius 20 also provides four Dynamic Views – sets of easy-to-configure kanban-like columns.
The Resources View (Tool No. 3) makes it simple to assign and track resources.
Categories: use ours or make up your own.
The Categories View (Tool No. 4), lets you monitor critical information about tasks. Use common project management categories or categories you create.
For example, you can track tasks that are important to your CEO, or considered especially challenging.
Priority View: what matters most to you?
The Priority View (Tool No. 5) lets you track tasks by their importance to the project or to you.
Status View: where you stand.
The Status View (Tool No. 6) shows you the progress of your project, task by task.
Use this view, for example, to draw attention to critical tasks that are taking longer than expected and potentially need additional resources.