WHERE DOES THE WORD GADUKI COME FROM?
Gaduki is derived from the word "Gadugi", a term used in the Cherokee language which means "working together" or "cooperative labor" within a community. Historically, the word referred to a labor gang of men and/or women working together for projects such as harvesting crops or tending to gardens of elderly or infirm tribal members.
WHAT DOES GADUKI DO?
Gaduki is a simple yet powerful database-driven scheduling and operations management tool for organizations. Gaduki offers both big-picture calendars to detailed minute-by-minute schedules, with curriculum and notes. Calendars and schedules are optimized for on-screen use or paper printing. Hire and schedule staff. Manage facilities and equipment. Map site locations and other resources. Collaborate within your team.
WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
THIS IS A CALENDAR:
About calendar
THIS IS ANOTHER CALENDAR:
About course
THIS IS ANOTHER CALENDAR:
About course2
THIS IS A DETAILED SCHEDULE:
About schedule