Welcome to FlipBook By: HITO Management
Have you ever been reviewing your schedule and no one asks questions? If so, you’ve got a problem: No one understands it! You need more engagement from your team providing feedback and ultimately buy-in. HITO had similar problems, and, while searching for the best solution, developed FlipBook.Why? Seeing is believing! FlipBook animates the schedule with a data driven info-graphic. It will enhance your team’s understanding, and increase their commitment to the plan. Project teams need more than a Gantt chart to understand the sequence.There are plenty of ways to mash-up the schedule with the drawings or 3D model, but FlipBook is a very simple, easy to understand, 2D visualization. Each page is a snapshot of the project. Active areas of work are represented with color coded shapes illustrating the who, what, when and where of the schedule. Put a couple together as a slide show, flip the page, and you’ve got a FlipBook. Study each page, print it out, mark it up, and talk about it. No movie player, no zooming, no pausing. Just a pdf.
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