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Excellent templates!The entire idea makes so much sense. I wonder why it took so long for such approach to get some traction - it's great. I want to use it yesterday.
Executive at Tech Industry
Very interesting!This approach can save a huge amount of time. I like the way projects are treated as "people first". The blog item about Project Marketing is an eye-opener.
Sr. Project Manager
The blog articles are great!So different from anything I'm reading elsewhere. Finally a project management approach that has the guts to move away from GANTT charts and critical chain.
Projectmap Templates & Examples
The intuitive way people capture projects should lead the project diagram design
What are Projectmap templates?
Free Projectmap templates are provided to help you setup your project on a better foundation. The templates are divided into segments, so you can easily search for the right template for your needs.
The templates were created by project management experts and are periodically updated.
The templates can be used dynamically with Proggio.
The templates let you learn from the experience of other project managers who are already using Projectmap. We selected the best example for each segment to make sure you have the best vantage point.
How to use the templates?
Templates are examples and best known methods in a specific segment. The overall duration of your project may differ from the example shown in the template.
Check out the categories on the left. These categories are areas of activity which are fundamental to the project structure. When you define the categories properly to match your project’s actual areas of activity, you promote and contribute to the project’s success.
Make sure you set the links to reflect the right chains of your plan, add buffers where required and set milestones in line with your organization’s requirements.