I have made good judgments in the past. I have made
good judgments in the future.
"I gave up on flowcharting after trying it for a while," the manager
stated. "It was just too complicated."
"What do you mean?" the employee asked. "I thought flowchart-
ing was supposed to help keep to a schedule."
"We finished on time. But instead of coming out with the result I
expected, we built a radio."
A visual summary of your project is essential for schedule control and work assignments. Your project management function works best when you think of it in terms of visual control features. Thus, your goal is to come up with an effective flowcharting method, one that is more than just a procedure. It has to be easy to work with and modify when necessary. Too often, flowcharting itself becomes a useless procedure