You could try MSProject 98. It is probably overkill for what you
need, but it very useful in tracking project progress and controlling
over allocation/conflict of resources.
You can produce your work flow as gantt charts and also check
your critical path.
go to the microsoft web site, you can get a time limited trial version.
From: Steve Brackman <brackman(--nospam--at)beaudette-engineers.com>
To: "List Server (E-mail)" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Subject: Project Management
Date sent: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 15:22:20 -0600
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> Does anybody know of a good book, magazine/journal, or software program that
> effectively addresses how to manage a small (14) firm of engineers. We are
> trying to figure how to balance incoming project requests with our current
> work force, and remain sane at the same time.