The Technology Impact on Project Management

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  • The Gantt Chart developed by Henry Laurence Gantt

    The Gantt Chart developed by Henry Laurence Gantt
  • The Kanban system was developed by Taiichi Ohno(Industrial Engineer and Businessman) for Toyota automotive in Japan.

    The Kanban system was developed by Taiichi Ohno(Industrial Engineer and Businessman) for Toyota automotive in Japan.
  • The Critical path method (CPM) invented by Du Pont employees.

    The Critical path method (CPM) invented by Du Pont employees.
  • The Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) method invented and used on the Polaris project

    The Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) method invented and used on the Polaris project
  • The first automatic plain-paper copier was invented by Xerox.

    The first automatic plain-paper copier was invented by Xerox
  • The Work Breakdown Structure. DoD/NASA published a description of the Work Breakdown Structure.

    DoD/NASA published a description of the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • The waterfall model of development process was first introduced by Winston Royce

    The waterfall model of development process was first introduced by Winston Royce
  • PERT on a mainframe computer. International Computers Limited (ICL) offer PERT on a mainframe computer.

    International Computers Limited (ICL) offer PERT on a mainframe computer
  • PROMPT method launched

    PROMPT method launched
  • PROMPTII methodology created by Simpact Systems Ltd

    PROMPTII methodology created by Simpact Systems Ltd
  • Microsoft was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, and the size of computers was reduced from mainframe to mini-computer, making them more affordable for medium-sized companies, allowing them to update their project technology.

    Microsoft was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, and the size of computers was reduced from mainframe to mini-computer, making them more affordable for medium-sized companies, allowing them to update their project technology.
  • Advancement was made in the emergence of several PM software companies, including Artemis and Oracle

    Advancement was made in the emergence of several PM software companies, including Artemis and Oracle
  • Advancement was made in the emergence of several PM software companies such as Scitor Corporation

    Advancement was made in the emergence of several PM software companies such as Scitor Corporation
  • Scrum was introduced. Advancement was made in the emergence of several PM software companies such as Scitor Corporation

    Advancement was made in the emergence of several PM software companies such as Scitor Corporation
  • companies of all sizes could afford to use computers to manage and control complex projects

    Developments in the information management sector, including the introduction of personal computers (PCs) and networking facilities, resulted in low-cost computers.
  • The principles of Lean were first introduced in the book The Machine That Changed the World (1991) by James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones and Daniel Roos.

    The principles of Lean were first introduced in the book The Machine That Changed the World (1991) by James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones and Daniel Roos.
  • Scrum was introduced to the public by Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber

    Scrum was introduced to the public by Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber
  • The first eXtreme Programming project was started

    The first eXtreme Programming project was started
  • Critical Chain by Eliyahu M. Goldratt published

    Critical Chain by Eliyahu M. Goldratt published
  • Agile Manifesto. a group of 17 software developers, including Martin Fowler, Jim Highsmith, Jon Kern, Jeff Sutherland, Ken Schwaber, and Bob Martin met in Oregon to discuss how they could speed up development times.

    a group of 17 software developers, including Martin Fowler, Jim Highsmith, Jon Kern, Jeff Sutherland, Ken Schwaber, and Bob Martin met in Oregon to discuss how they could speed up development times in order bring new software to market faster.
  • Agile Alliance formed to promote “lightweight” software development projects.

    Agile Alliance formed to promote “lightweight” software development projects