Dashboard Development and Deployment-A Methodology for Success
A dashboard is a vital tool for monitoring the daily health of your organization. From a single interface, decision makers have access to key performance indicators (KPI)—actionable information that can be used to effectively guide and track business performance. Successful implementation of a dashboard is complex and requires a step-by-step process using a methodology that considers all aspects of the project life cycle.
Common Pitfalls in Dashboard Design
Dashboards are a popular means to deliver important information at a glance, but their potential is rarely realized. The best software in the world will not produce a useful dashboard without effective visual design. To better understand the concept of business intelligence dashboards in the first place, it is thus vital to understand the common pitfalls of dashboard design.
Digital Dashboard Tip Sheet
Unstoppable Software, Inc.
This tip sheet lists some of the general principles you should follow when creating an information dashboard for your company. These include sticking to actionable information, providing context for that information, and arranging everything to fit in a one-page display.
Radian6 Summary Dashboard
Radian 6 by Salesforce.com
Radian6 Summary Dashboard offers a pre-configured
application to help companies monitor the health of their brands on the social
Web. The dashboard gives ane easy-to-read view, for users to learn more about
the volume, overall sentiment, key demographics, influencers, and more around
brands, products, or competition. Displaying information from the rest of the
Radian6 platform, the Summary Dashboard can be used to measure the latest trends
and help build an organization's social media strategy. The built-in reporting
functionality allows users to export or download the entire Summary Dashboard or
select pieces to share.
Dashboard & Analytics
OMI Dashboard & Analytics Solution offers best
practice talent management measurement practices, along with a new generation of
views, insights, and metrics. Clients are able to create custom dashboards for
key stakeholders, trend metrics over time, and gain the insight they need to
make better talent decisions. OMI provides innovative sets of measures and
analytics to look at employee contribution, including performance, engagement
while reporting on costs, and investments allocated to people initiatives and
Harnessing the Power of an Enterprise IT Dashboard
IT management is faced with the daunting task of turning complex data into actionable information that supports an organization’s business strategy. IT management is also responsible for ensuring the availability and performance of mission-critical applications. Discover how to manage the IT environment from a dashboard that can deliver valuable and easy-to-use information from both physical and virtual environments.
Reaping the Benefits of Next-generation Dashboards
The old approaches for collecting, assimilating, and delivering business intelligence (BI) data have not kept pace with today’s increasing demand for rapid decision making. Many companies use static reports and ad hoc queries, but fewer companies use dashboards and portals—which often lack the interactivity required for navigation and visualization of business data. Learn how a next-generation dashboard solution can help.
Integrated Benefits Institute Presents IBI Key Health Metrics Dashboard
Written By: Raluca Druta
Published On: July 29 2013
The Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI), a provider of health and productivity research, measurement, and benchmarking, has developed the IBI Key Health Metrics Dashboard, a solution that tracks 10 key dimensions of workforce health. The solution can collect volumes of data that employers receive from multiple vendors providing health, medical services, and lost-time information to the business. <