Number of slides: 10
Dashboards are great tools when you need to present a large amount of information in a small space. They contain key information, conclusive statistics, graphs, and charts. Dashboards are useful in multiple scenarios, one of them being at the start of a presentation where it can set out the agenda for the main body of the presentation. In that scenario, it acts as an outline which packs in not only a table of contents, but also relevant information. Another use for the dashboard is to present a set of findings or results. This slide deck offers you multiple dashboard options such as the KPI and Data Slide, the KPI Progress Tracking Dashboard and the Historical Data Dashboard
This slide enables you to have a look at the performance of different KPI metrics against one another at two different points in time. This slide is suitable for tracking the resource usage for specific metrics depending on variables such as demand or implemented changes.
This simple slide can offer important information for scenarios where multiple projects are being delivered at the same time or where the allocated budget is being spent. By comparing three different metrics and what percentage they have reached, stakeholders can make important decisions in regards to resource allocation.
This type of dashboard is suitable for those who want to present an overall view of the performance according to a number of metrics, over a long period of time. In addition to a tracked view of metric performance, this slide enables you to bring in additional data such as demographics and other types of KPIs, alongside short comments for presenting key information.
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