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A scorecard can be a visual representation of an organization’s performance, typically in the form of a dashboard or chart. It typically includes key performance indicators (KPIs) that are relevant to the organization’s goals and objectives, such as financial performance, customer satisfaction, operational efficiency, and employee engagement. The scorecard typically includes performance targets for each KPI, so that the organization can track progress and identify areas for improvement.

Scorecards can be used to monitor the performance of an entire organization or a specific department or division. They can be used to track progress over time, identify trends, and make data-driven decisions. Scorecards can also be used to communicate performance information to stakeholders, such as employees, customers, and shareholders.

Scorecards can be created using various tools, such as Microsoft’s Power BI, Excel, or other dashboard and reporting software. They can be customized to fit the specific needs of an organization, and can be tailored to different levels of the organization, such as executive, departmental, and team level.

 

Agenda

1. Overview of Business Central

2. Working with Dashboards

3. Creating Views and Lists

4. Edit in Excel

5. Power BI

6. Goals and Metrics

7. Embedded KPIs

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