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A Gantt chart is a project management tool that shows tasks, activities, or events across a specific timeframe.
A Kanban board is a project management tool used for workflow visualization.
Timeline charts are highly versatile visual charts that are used to illustrate a set of events chronologically.
A Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) chart is a project management tool used to organize and schedule out tasks.
CPM, which stands for Critical Path Method, is an algorithm of resource utilization that schedules project activities.
A strategy map is a visualization tool that helps organizations see their main goals and how they connect and relate to each other.
A concept map is a way to visually display the relationships between different concepts, ideas, and pieces of information.
A thought map is a visual way to document existing knowledge about a particular subject or topic.
A life map is a timeline that includes key moments from the past, helping you gain a broader perspective of the goals you're trying to achieve.
Visual mapping is an image of an idea — a network of suggestions and options that spreads out from an original word or phrase.
A Venn diagram illustrates the relationships between two or more data sets.
A matrix diagram is a project management and planning tool for displaying and analyzing the relationships between two or more data sets.
A mental map represents a person's perception of their surroundings.
An Ishikawa diagram is designed to show the potential causes of a specific event or process.
A fishbone diagram is a visualization tool used in business to identify and investigate the many possible causes of a particular event.
A decision tree is a type of flowchart you can use to visualize a decision-making process.
A cause and effect diagram (also known as Ishikawa, fishbone, or tree diagram) presents the causes of the root problem.
A mind map is a non-linear visual diagram that organizes and links the concepts related to a particular topic.
A bubble map is a visual representation of a noun surrounded by adjectives that can be used to describe it.
A spider diagram organizes and displays data in a logical, visual way.
An idea map is a visual representation of your thinking process.
An onion diagram is a chart that shows the dependencies and relationships between the different parts of a process or organization.
A tree diagram allows users to visualize possible outcomes and probabilities for a given situation.
A knowledge map is a visual aid that shows where knowledge can be found within a group.
An organizational chart is a visual diagram that shows how work flows through an organization.
A web diagram is a visualization of how things are connected.
A functional chart (or org chart) organizes workers in a business based on skills, expertise, and specialty.
Flowcharts are a visual representation of processes or workflows.
Workflow diagrams visually represent a business process, project, or job.
Swim lane diagrams are flowcharts that show a process from start to finish.
A process map is a visual representation of a task, process, or workflow.
An activity diagram is a type of UML flowchart that shows the flow from one activity to another in a system or process.
A funnel chart demonstrates data flow through a linear, sequential process within a sales pipeline.