Reports are full of KPIs. Do you know what yours are?
The key to getting the most out of your reporting is to actually know what you are looking for. Is what you are seeing good or bad? What should you do about it?
The reality is, as soon as you have more than ten pieces of data on a report, you aren't actually reading the whole report anymore. Your goal should be to have specific views of information that tell you what you need to know. The trick is pinpointing exactly what you (and your colleagues) actually need to see.
Download this educational video to see how you can interview users to highlight the KPIs they really need in reports.
- What a key performance indicator is, and what it should be
- How to analyze reports and identify KPIs
- Best practices for helping users recognize KPIs they need to drive the business forward
- The best way to present KPIs with scorecards and dashboards