The Advanced Gaugereport shows you the indicators as gauges. The difference between the Gaugereport and the Advanced Gaugereport is that this one displays more information. In the Gaugereport it was the needle's movement that told you if the result was positive or negative. In the Advanced Gaugereport it is the color below the needle that indicates the generated value to the organization, the greener the color the more positive the value and the redder the color the more negative. The needle's movement illustrates the measured result of the indicator, and as you know, a higher result isn't always better. The color of the dial represents the contingency. This way you also get information about how steep the sloop is below the needle. This way you can assess if it is worth the effort to try to increase the result for this particular indicator.
Let's take an example:
In this case indicator "Name of Indicator 3" shows a better result than "Name of Indicator 2" although the needle on "Name of Indicator 2" is further to the right, simply because the color below the needle of "Name of Indicator 3" is greener.
Besides the black needle indicating the current period's result there is also a gray needle indicating the result of the previous period. This will give you a quick way to identify indicators "going the wrong way".
The Advanced Gaugereport page is divided into two different sections. The toolbar and the gauges.
Last update Saturday, June 30, 2007
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