Dashboards that feature Employee Scorecards serve enterprises on both strategic and operational levels. At the very top, upper management can make sure that human capital is allocated in such a way as to support corporate-level initiatives. For example if this year’s desired big push in a certain product line is not reflected by the proper levels of staffing and projects, then this misalignment is surely indicative of upcoming disappointment. At the operational levels, employees and their managers can check for themselves their alignment with the stated goals.
The enterprise dashboard screenshot below is from an employee scorecard live demo that is hosted by dashboard vendor idashboards. It’s well worth trying out as there is much interactivity that is coordinated between the various parts of the dashboard. Hovering over a particular section of one of the charts will drive the data in the other views.
The employee scorecard shown here concentrates on the metrics that measure performance of doctors in a healthcare organization such as a hospital or medical practice. The first chart tracks doctor’s new patients by specialty over time (obviously you want to see whether or not your organization’s growth is proceeding as planned). The next portlet tracks the number of journal articles published (a sign of prestige for your medical institution). Patient satisfaction is tracked as well. Try out the demo to see how user focus is accomodated and drives the user experience.
Tags: Doctor Performance Dashboard, Doctor Employee Scorecard, Enteprise Dashboard Design, Usabilty, Dashboard
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