Here are some great tips from Anaplan Solution Consultants on building dashboards. What have you learned? Share below!
I think a major part of this is also defining the various levels of the organziation and types of users you will have in the solution and determining each of their requirements for how the system should look and feel. Many times we have a single dashboard for multple types of users and various levels of the organziation, across every step of the process. In reality, each user type and each level of user has different needs of the data they would like to see and how they would like that data presented on screen. Further, each process step may require a different dahsboard experience than another process step. Building a matrix for each process step, end user type (inputter/contributer, reviewer, approver), organization level (analyst, manager, director, executive) and identifying each person's user experience requirements will help with user adoption and imrpove the overall end user experience.