Corporate Renaissance Group - PMO Dashboard
The Project Dashboard provides a high level view of your project portfolio. For senior management it’s an executive view of project budget, scope, schedule, and the pipeline. For project managers it’s an operational status report for their projects at a glance. The dashboard pinpoints where the risk areas are so that you can act before the project fails not after.Kontakt partner Se video
As your project portfolio expands it becomes increasingly difficult to stay on top of them. Perhaps even the records in your project management software is not kept to date. When these systems and their static reports lack insight the Project Dashboard using Power BI can bridge the gap.
Whether your data resides in a project management system or an integrated workplace management system, Power BI can connect to the data and produce insights. A dashboard can used as an operation tool that is as complex or simple as you require. For example, in addition to this dashboard you may want to track project tasks or budget variances.
Power BI can visually summarize the information and pinpoint what requires action immediately and what is at risk. With visualizations you can identify trends so that the right processes can be implemented. You can identify what skills are lacking. You can identify what resources are lacking. This dashboard provides an effective and tangible way for the Project Management Office or project managers to analyze as well as communicate what actions are needed.
The dashboard acts as an operational tool that can be used when discussions that prompt action are taking place. Some meetings prompted project managers to be more diligent in keeping the system updated. Others identified follow up actions that needed to be taken for at risk projects. Other meetings assisted the re-allocation of project budget and re-planning of project timelines. All these conversations started from the visual analysis made possible in the Project Dashboard.