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BI Dashboard Best Practices (webinar slides 2015)

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Miss our BI Dashboard Best Practices Webinar series?

Well, don’t sweat it! We thoughtfully recorded the Webinar for your on-demand viewing pleasure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwotAe-J78c&feature=youtu.be


Why watch?

Dashboards were rated as the most important Business Intelligence (BI) technology for implementing business-driven BI and analytics in TDWI’s best practices report, Business-Driven Business Intelligence and Analytics (published Q3, 2014).

But, data visualization expert, Stephen Few, has declared that the majority of today’s BI dashboards fail.

Watch this Webinar recording to learn how to deliver best practice dashboards, achieve high ROI and create BI success; not failure.

Watch this Webinar recording to learn how to:
•Design dashboards that provide instant insight (and nothing more!)
•Create dashboards that are relevant to job function, appropriate for mode of consumption, relate to business strategy and prompt accurate, timely action
•Deliver the right dashboards, to the right people, at the right time, to drive faster and better fact-based decision-making

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BI Dashboard Best Practices (webinar slides 2015)

  1. 1. Dashboard Best Practices
  2. 2. BARC The BI Survey
  3. 3. Why Dashboards?
  4. 4. 2 types of BI users
  5. 5. What do business-users want?
  6. 6. Dashboards for the BI Consumer Dashboards are not an analyst tool Focus on what business users want and need Challenge is understanding how data actually gets used in organization
  7. 7. Today's Session
  8. 8. 1 - Purpose
  9. 9. Who is the dashboard for?
  10. 10. Focus on a single subject area per tab
  11. 11. How will the dashboard be used?
  12. 12. Planning your dashboard
  13. 13. What data do you need?
  14. 14. 2 - Summarize
  15. 15. Do not overwhelm
  16. 16. Summary to Detail
  17. 17. Display important metrics with KPIs
  18. 18. 3 - Layout
  19. 19. Allocate layout by importance - Before Reports in the wrong order Athlete Regional Metrics - wrong shape Bubble - not wide enough to be clear Campaign effectiveness - clear Agency Sales over Time - too small Heat Grid - clear
  20. 20. Allocate layout by importance - After Athlete Regional Metrics - correct shape & size Bubble - double width now, easier to read Campaign Effectiveness - slightly more space Agency Sales over Time - double width, easier to read Heat Grid - clear
  21. 21. 4 - Clarity
  22. 22. Titles What does this chart represent?
  23. 23. Descriptions
  24. 24. Consistency
  25. 25. 5 - Attention
  26. 26. Conditional Formatting Rank Flag Camp Country Invoiced Profit Cost Rating % of Max 1 Italy $8,882,013.53 2 Austria $7,447,954.66 3 USA $5,642,422.04 4 Australia $4,490,174.68 5 New Zealand $3,637,444.43 6 Japan $2,185,357.28 7 Germany $1,681,510.02 8 Canada $1,458,473.15 9 Armenia $1,296,521.07 10 Finland $1,145,911.31 Colours to highlight extremes Icon alerts Flags
  27. 27. Annotations and Reference Lines Use annotation sparingly Annotations get more attention Higher dwell time
  28. 28. 6 - Interaction
  29. 29. Make dashboards an engaging experience Examine data further with Tooltips Drill Down & Drill Anywhere Drill Through Brushing Filters Date Slider Series Selection Map Zoom & Layers
  30. 30. 7 - Share and Collaborate
  31. 31. Any Platform, Any Device
  32. 32. Data-Driven Decisions
  33. 33. summary

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