A PERT Chart Example is a visual tool used to plan and coordinate tasks related to software development. It uses nodes and arrows to map out tasks and establish the necessary sequences, dependencies, and durations. It allows the project team to identify interdependencies between tasks, create timelines, and communicate the development process. PERT Charts provide a valuable way to help teams monitor progress, identify risks, and resolve bottlenecks to ensure the project is completed on time.
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