Reports and Dashboards
A Project Report is a document which provides details on the overall picture of the proposed business. The project report gives an account of the project proposal to ascertain the prospects of the proposed plan/activity. It contains data based on which the project has been appraised and found feasible.
Its purpose is to communicate project status effectively and efficiently at regular intervals to project stakeholders. Project status reporting is one method of addressing the importance of project communication. Project status reporting is a regular, formalized report on project progress against the project plan.
Its purpose is to communicate project status effectively and efficiently at regular intervals to project stakeholders.
The different Methods of project status reports are daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly. They simplify the process of gathering and disseminating information about key information on the project.
Types of project management Key-reports
- Team availability report.
- Status report.
- Project health report.
- Risk assessment.
- Time tracking report.
- Baseline reports.
The project reports should be like conference papers: concise and focussing on what you did.
Reports are classified into two main types: informal reports and formal reports. Both of those classifications are further broken down by type of information.
There are two categories of formal reports: informational and analytical reports. The informational report gathers data and facts used to draw conclusions.
Some examples of formal reports include:
- Inspection Report.
- Safety Report.
- Compliance Report.
- Incident Report.
- Annual Report.
- Situational Report.
A project management dashboard is a data dashboard that displays key performance indicators pertaining to specific projects. A project management dashboard can display metrics for a project's overall performance and progress or highlight problems that require further attention.
What is a Project Management Dashboard?
A project management dashboard is a single page that tells you at a glance how all of your projects are doing.
A good project management dashboard provides one place for up-to-date and easy-to-read KPIs.
With project portfolio management, you can make decisions confidently with real-time data and keeping external stakeholders informed.
A high-quality project dashboard will be useful for real-time updates and analysing project data on completed or cancelled projects. This data can then applied to all future projects.
How it Works
Enterprise project management focuses on the organization, prioritizing and highlighting its business goals and managing and grouping projects to ensure they meet those broader company objectives. The end objective is not necessarily a completed project but a project that effectively provides value to the organization.
Large enterprise organizations typically run multiple complex projects simultaneously. Although these projects do not necessarily seem connected, they all impact the same enterprise organization. Enterprise project management (EPM) refers to the practice of managing projects on a companywide scale. It generally involves implementing strategies and processes to streamline and improve the effectiveness of project management on a large scale.
Traditional project management practices focus on seeing one specific project through with a defined, measurable objective.
Enterprise project management focuses on the organization, prioritizing and highlighting its business goals and managing and grouping projects to ensure they meet those broader company objectives.
The end objective is not necessarily a completed project but a project that effectively provides value to the organization.