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As an operations manager, you need to evaluate all the relevant data from multiple sources and make informed decisions based on that data. Whether you’re working in organizations that deliver intangible products such as government, entertainment, financial, lodging, and healthcare, or working in manufacturing units, as an operations manager, you have to deal with a combination of products and services that have to be managed efficiently.
Some of the examples of an operation dashboard include:
Producing reports on production numbers, goods packed and shipped, observed product defects, and more.
Reporting the number of calls made, tickets received, opened and closed tickets, customer satisfaction information, and so on.
Reporting of the number of unique visitors, new visitors, bounce rate, conversion rate, and average dwell time on your website.
Dashboards are becoming a necessity for every size and type of business across the globe. Despite their ubiquity, designing and implementing an effective dashboard can be very intimidating. To make sure that your operational dashboard fulfills your expectations, here are some essential tips that will help you create a stunning operational dashboard for your business and team.
Dashboard creation should involve an active participation of executives who understand business challenges and has the authority to implement things. This will help them to focus throughout the project development without losing interest. Their enthusiasm can prevent your dashboard from fading into irrelevance.
Ask your team members and determine who will use the dashboard and including what type of data will make their jobs easier. Prioritize their suggestions and business decisions to identify KPIs. This will help you determine which data will support those decisions to develop and deploy relevant metrics.
Make sure the operational dashboard is user-friendly and intended for the audience and the scope of their requirements. Testing with end-users while developing the dashboard is the best practice to ensure good design and utility of the project.
Include real-time data and synchronize it from databases, applicable web APIs, spreadsheet data, and other data resources. Group the data by department or functional area and keep the most relevant data in the upper left or central areas of your dashboard.
Your operational dashboard should be simple yet effective. Simplicity and efficiency of dashboards are the key factors that increase the utility of your dashboards.
We train the non-technical users so that they can access and interact with the dashboard elements as well as modify and maintain them for the business.
To monitor, assess, and manage the quality, efficiency, and productivity of your organization. It provides visualization of your business objectives and uses employee satisfaction metrics against performance to evaluate the current status of your organization’s culture.
To facilitate and enhance communication between IT and operations, and help your team to complete its tasks on time. You can use it to track the performance and schedule tasks. The dashboard demonstrates features, releases, and unresolved problems.
To track daily web analytics over a given period of time. This provides better visibility into the key metrics such as website performance and business objectives. It also helps to monitor new and unique website visitors, average dwell time, bounce rate, and more.
To compare current sales and product information with previous data and take necessary actions. Whether you need to analyze business growth, track revenues, or make informed decisions, this tool can help you identify where you stand and where you’ll be in the future.
To monitor data by sales, bookings, or orders every month, individual sales performance against their target or any other key metrics. It provides better visibility to real-time data to resolve issues in real-time, ensures accountability, and displays performance against the annual goals.
To monitor and evaluate orders, inventory, and efficiency of work processes. It provides an overview of performance deploying KPIs and helps managers to streamline their processes and increase productivity.
To be able to meet the stringent deadlines and improve your project management operations through monitored timelines, tasks, financial data, risk analysis, revisions, and many more. Aggregating relevant project data in one centralized place ensures better team communication and timely delivery of projects.
To monitor response duration and performance per day, week or month. It reveals trends and important information to improve areas like lagging service or appreciate team members who render excellent client service.