(last edited on April 29, 2014 at 1:26 am)
Managing and Scheduling Multiple Projects
After a year break, I’m re-introducing the Resource Time Tracking (RTT) forms I first tried out in 2006. At the time, I was trying to figure out a better way of visualizing future time to a number of different simultaneous projects.
This is a two-part form, consisting of a task scheduler and a task quantizer. The Task Scheduler is basically a calendar that shows what deliverables are due on what days of the week in addition to when production time is allocated. The Task Quantizer is a kind of worksheet to allow you to determine what those deliverables are in the first place, and how long it will take to to them. The Quantizer forces you to measure in standardized blocks of time, which comes in handy when it comes to fitting them into the Scheduler’s time grid.
The 2010 update is unchanged from the original 2006-2007 form, other than some standardization of typography
Download 2010 Resource Time Tracking Forms
For more information about the use of the Resource Time Tracking forms, check out the original post. Enjoy!
It would be great if there was a version of those that we could fill in and save, without having to print them (just thinking “green”).