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3 Free Tools for Making Network Diagrams

Access to new resource related to project planning added to PMWL

2 December 2020 – Dallas, TX, USA – Access to a new resource has been added to the PM World Library related to scheduling, time management and project planning.  The resource titled “3 Free Tools for Making Network Diagrams” is a good article by William Malsam posted on the blog.

According to the article’s introduction, “A project network diagram is one such tool that helps simplify a complex project plan, enabling a project manager to see the big picture of the project. It’s important to have an overview of any project, see when it starts and finishes, and quickly note all the points in-between that intersect and how they work together. But some might avoid network diagrams, thinking of them as those dense schematics that depict the nodes and connections in a computer network. That would be a mistake. Project managers need tools, and the project network diagram is a great one.”

To access this resource, go to Applications and Hot Topics section of the library at, click on Scheduling and Time Management, scroll down to articles, blog posts, opinions. Must be a registered and logged-in as Free Trial, Professional, Student or other member to access. If you are not a member, please consider the 30-Day Free Trial.