P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual

January 2013

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Contents
Legal Notices .................................................................................................................................... 2 Preface.............................................................................................................................................. 7 Where to Get Documentation ........................................................................................................... 7 Where to Get Training ....................................................................................................................... 9 Where to Get Support ....................................................................................................................... 9 Getting Started ............................................................................................................................... 10 About P6 Analytics........................................................................................................................... 10 Prerequisites to Use Analytics ........................................................................................................ 11 About Analyses ................................................................................................................................ 12 About Subject Areas ........................................................................................................................ 12 About Dashboards........................................................................................................................... 13 Logging in to OBI and Navigating to Dashboards .......................................................................... 14 Editing Sample Analyses ................................................................................................................. 14 Creating Analyses ............................................................................................................................ 15 Main Dashboard ............................................................................................................................. 15 Overview Page ................................................................................................................................. 15 Early Stage Projects behind Schedule Section ........................................................................ 16 Early Stage Projects over Budget Section ................................................................................ 17 % of Overallocated Resources Section ..................................................................................... 18 Portfolio Summary Section ........................................................................................................ 19 Location Page .................................................................................................................................. 19 Completion Cost by Location Section ....................................................................................... 20 Risk Page ......................................................................................................................................... 21 Risk Exposure by Location Section ........................................................................................... 22 Detailed Risk by Location Section............................................................................................. 23 Portfolio Analysis Dashboard .......................................................................................................... 24 Overview Page ................................................................................................................................. 24 Project Investment Map Section ............................................................................................... 24 Proposed vs. Committed Cost Section...................................................................................... 25 Project Performance by Sponsor Section ................................................................................. 26 Performance Page ........................................................................................................................... 27 Portfolio Analysis Trending Section ........................................................................................... 27 Portfolio View Section ................................................................................................................ 28 Prioritization Page ........................................................................................................................... 29 Risk vs. Reward Section ............................................................................................................ 29 Project Initiation Section............................................................................................................ 31 Rating Section ............................................................................................................................ 32 Project Prioritization - Force Rank by Score Section ................................................................ 33 Objectives Page ............................................................................................................................... 34

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P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Investment by Strategic Objective Section ............................................................................... 34 Project Performance by Strategic Objective Section ............................................................... 35 Project Earned Value Dashboard.................................................................................................... 37 Overview Page ................................................................................................................................. 38 Earned Value Section................................................................................................................. 38 Project Earned Value Breakdown Section ................................................................................ 39 CPI/SPI Page ................................................................................................................................... 40 Scatter Diagrams by Portfolio Section ...................................................................................... 41 CPI/SPI Section .......................................................................................................................... 44 Performance Index Section ....................................................................................................... 45 Detailed Earned Value Page ........................................................................................................... 46 Detailed Earned Value by WBS Section .................................................................................... 46 Project Health Dashboard .............................................................................................................. 47 Overview Page ................................................................................................................................. 47 Project Count Section ................................................................................................................ 47 Overall Project Health Section................................................................................................... 48 Cost Account Section ................................................................................................................. 49 Schedule Page ................................................................................................................................. 50 Critical Activities behind Schedule Section .............................................................................. 50 Float Path Section ...................................................................................................................... 51 Labor Performance Section ....................................................................................................... 52 Performance vs Schedule % Section ........................................................................................ 53 Highest at Completion Units Section ........................................................................................ 54 Cost Page ......................................................................................................................................... 55 Cost Trend Section ..................................................................................................................... 56 Project Cost Breakdown Section ............................................................................................... 59 Cost by Type Section .................................................................................................................. 63 History Page ..................................................................................................................................... 69 At Completion Variance Percentage Section ............................................................................ 70 Milestone Dates that Have Slipped Section ............................................................................. 71 Location Page .................................................................................................................................. 72 At Completion Total Cost by Location Section .......................................................................... 72 Project Code Hierarchy Section ................................................................................................. 73 Activity Worksheet Page.................................................................................................................. 73 Activity Worksheet Section ........................................................................................................ 74 Resource Analysis Dashboard ........................................................................................................ 75 Overview Page ................................................................................................................................. 75 Resource Alignment Section ..................................................................................................... 76 % of Overallocated Resources Section ..................................................................................... 80 Labor Hours by Resource Location Section ............................................................................. 81 Over/Under Allocation Section .................................................................................................. 82 Staffing Page ................................................................................................................................... 84 Staffing Section .......................................................................................................................... 85 Allocation by Code Section ........................................................................................................ 86

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Contents Hours by Role Section ................................................................................................................ 87 Total Hours by Team Section..................................................................................................... 89 Productivity Page ............................................................................................................................. 90 Resource Utilization by Team Section ...................................................................................... 91 Periodic and Cumulative Labor Units by Month Section ......................................................... 92 Daily vs. Average SPI by Resource Section............................................................................... 94 Utilization Page ................................................................................................................................ 95 Resource Availability Section .................................................................................................... 95 Utilization Section ...................................................................................................................... 96 Capacity Section ......................................................................................................................... 98 Industry Samples Dashboard ......................................................................................................... 99 Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage Page ............................................................................................ 99 Burn Down Hours Section........................................................................................................100 Burn Down Counts Section ......................................................................................................101 Daily Performance Section ......................................................................................................101 Schedule Compliance Section.................................................................................................103 Average vs. Baseline (Hours) Section .....................................................................................104 Daily Performance Index (Hours) Section ...............................................................................105 Routine/On-Line Maintenance Page............................................................................................106 Work Planning Look Ahead Section ........................................................................................106 Work Planning T+1 Critique Section .......................................................................................108 On-Line Daily Schedule Adherence Section ...........................................................................109 Schedule Compliance Section.................................................................................................110

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............. administering..................... You can also access the versions of the product manuals and technical documents that were available at the time of the release from the P6 Analytics Documentation Center....com/docs/cd/E38975_01/index............ and using P6 Analytics...............htm Most documentation assumes a standard setup of the product. 9 Where to Get Support ........... P6 Analytics and P6 Reporting Database Planning and Sizing Guide This guide details how to plan your installation and ensures you have the necessary technical specifications to successfully install P6 Analytics and P6 Reporting Database............ 9 Where to Get Documentation For the most up-to-date versions of all manuals and technical documents related to installing.. It also includes checklists for P6 Analytics and P6 Reporting Database to help guide you through the installation.... You can also use the Cumulative Feature Overview Tool to identify the features that have been added since a specific release level................. go to: http://download............ 7 ........................oracle....................Preface In This Section Where to Get Documentation...... located in the \Documentation\Documentation_library\language folder of the P6 Analytics physical media or download.............................. All users should read this guide......... All administrators should read this guide.............. Title Description What's New in P6 Analytics This guide highlights the new and enhanced features included in this release..... with full access rights to all features and functions........... The following table describes the core documents available for P6 Analytics and lists the recommended readers by role....... 7 Where to Get Training ..........................................

Financial Periods installation and configuration. location. 8 . All administrators should read this guide. OBI installation and configuration. and subject areas associated with the sample dashboards. authentication Reporting Database options. It includes details on the purpose. It describes how to install and configure the Oracle Gateway if the P6 Reporting Database is installed on a Microsoft SQL Server. It also includes information for Star security configuration. It also provides information about how to run the Configuration Utility and configure P6 Reporting Database with BI Publisher. and specific security settings for the Star and ODS database. It also provides a diagram to show how all products work together. P6 Analytics. This manual details sample data delivered with P6 Analytics. This guide explains how to install and configure the ODS portion of P6 Reporting Database. All administrators should read this guide. This guide provides information about P6 Analytics administrative tasks. It also tells users how to get started with P6 Analytics. P6 Reporting Database for ODS Installation and Configuration Guide P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual P6 EPPM and P6 Analytics 3. and P6 Reporting Database.1 System Architecture Data Sheet Security Guidance for Use this guide to plan your security strategy for P6 Analytics and P6 Reporting Database. It includes P6 Analytics and P6 information on safe deployments. Tested Configurations Lists the configurations that have been tested and verified to work with P6 Analytics. All administrators should read this guide. and for configuring the Secure Sockets layer. All administrators should read this guide. The network administrator/database administrator and P6 Analytics administrator should read this document. The data sheet provides information on P6 EPPM. All non-administrator users should read this guide.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Title Description P6 Analytics and Star Database Installation and Configuration Guide This guide gives step-by-step instructions for installing and configuring P6 Analytics and the Star database portion of P6 Reporting Database.

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Built upon the Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) suite.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Getting Started The intent of this document is to demonstrate the ways that P6 Analytics can present data. About P6 Analytics P6 Analytics provides an in-depth and comprehensive method for analyzing and evaluating project performance. resource assignments. it provides a Repository Definition (. The sample data is from multiple sources and is intended for illustration only. It is expected that in many cases. In addition.rpd) file that contains the data mappings between the physical data and the presentation layer of OBI.1 and later) for information on P6 fields. You can enhance results through options such as charting. project history. See the P6 EPPM documentation for information on using or configuring P6 in order to gather sufficient data for P6 Analytics. see the OBI help. tables. result layout. and graphics. Dashboards have the ability to navigate to other analyses to provide precise root-cause analysis. 10 . and utilization. OBI allows you to configure individual analyses with the P6 EPPM Action Link. The samples are intended to provide you with a general understanding of P6 Analytics and Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI). and drill-down features. For information on the types of views. Data and descriptions are part of the P6 Analytics sample catalog and therefore may not reflect your environment. it delivers a catalog of analyses that provide an interactive way of viewing. Use P6 Analytics to:  Perform root-cause analysis and employ management-by-exception. See the P6 Data Dictionary available with your version of P6 (available for P6 8. maps. graphs. customers will customize both content and layout to their specific requirements. The dashboards provide detailed insight into your P6 EPPM data through analytical charts. calculation.  Gather critical insights into current and historical performance of all projects.  Make better decisions to eliminate project failure. This section highlights the tasks a user will perform when first using P6 Analytics. analyzing. and evaluating P6 EPPM data. and portfolios. You can save analyses created with OBI Answers in the OBI Presentation Catalog and integrate the analyses into any OBI home page or dashboard. and gauges that are available. programs. enabling you to navigate directly to your P6 site for true "Insight to Action" capabilities. You can use the sample catalog and the Star database to replicate these analyses.

activity. Costs. Percent Completes.rpd delivers an extensive amount of Earned Value. You must have module access to P6 Analytics in P6.  A business layer to perform customized calculations. where the dashboards and analyses in the catalog were built. Contact your administrator if you require any of the above privileges. EPSs. you can drill down to examine the root-cause of a problem. With interactive dashboards.rpd) file to use with the OBI suite. Work with your administrator to determine the optimal time to run this process. Prerequisites to Use Analytics The following prerequisites need to be met before you can use P6 Analytics:         P6 EPPM must be installed. The catalog must be installed. and resources. portfolios.  Gain visibility into resource performance through s-curves. 11 .  A presentation layer that groups all the calculated business layer fields into logical subject areas. consisting of Star data. You can use this sample data to view the power of dashboard and analyses delivered in the catalog. and see how you can integrate the catalog with your data. Units. The . activities. OBI must be installed. The . Performance Data P6 Analytics provides a Repository Definition (.rpd file contains:  A physical representation of the Star schema. and resource data metrics by geographic location with full drill-down capabilities.Getting Started  Quickly visualize critical project performance in early stages. You must be an OBI user. Publishing must be switched on in P6.  Predict and identify cost trends early in the project life cycle to rescue troubled projects. Your OBI user name must match your P6 user name.  Use geospatial visualization to view project.  Show staffing needs by portfolio with early warning indicators for upcoming under-staffed project work. P6 Analytics delivers a sample dataset. projects. It enables data to be sliced by dimensions such as time. and other key performance indicators. The ETL Process must be run to update the Analytics data.

Subject areas usually have names that correspond to the types of information that they contain.Project History Use this subject area to analyze project and WBS-level history. Analyses let you explore and interact with information by visually presenting data in tables. or number types.  Primavera .P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual About Analyses Analyses are queries against data. calculated items. In a repository. to help you understand changes over time. Use subject areas to organize the data you see in an analysis. and emergent counts and units. and offers project baseline comparisons. and activity-level details. This subject area includes earned value metrics and percent complete metrics. and hierarchy levels that represent information about the areas of an organization's business or about groups of users with an organization. including changes to both facts and dimensions. You can save analyses that you create in the OBI Presentation Catalog and integrate them into any OBI dashboard.  Primavera . This subject area requires project specific UDF configuration in P6. This subject area requires project-specific configuration in P6. which allow you to evaluate the information. remaining. the subject area is the highest-level object in the presentation layer and represents the view of the data that end users see when they create or edit an analysis. you can save.  Primavera .Activity User Defined Fields Use this subject area to analyze activity User Defined Field (UDF) data for cost. Emergent data is from activities which were added after burn down began. organize. You can enhance analyses through features such as graphs. Metrics include planned. WBS. About Subject Areas A subject area contains folders. If you have the required permissions. measure columns. actual. attribute columns.Activity History Use this subject area to analyze daily activity-level history.  Primavera . graphs. to help you understand changes over time.Burn Down Use this subject area to analyze daily project performance through burn down charts and schedule adherence metrics. including changes to both facts and dimensions. 12 . and drilling. hierarchical columns. A subject area corresponds to the presentation layer in an OBI metadata repository.Activity Use this subject area to analyze project. and share the results of analyses. P6 data for example. and pivot tables. result layout. The following are the subject areas supported by P6 Analytics:  Primavera . planned and actual units and hours. integer. This subject area requires UDF configuration using the ETL process. This subject area requires project-specific configuration in P6.

available. This subject area requires UDF configuration using the ETL process.WBS User Defined Fields Use this subject area to analyze WBS UDF data for cost. or number types. These can be tailored according to your business needs. or number types. This subject area requires UDF configuration using the ETL process.Work Planning Use this subject area to analyze weekly work planning process by comparing project scope and schedule freeze dates each week. remaining. integer.  Primavera . This subject area includes information on planned. each of which can display various components of the OBI suite. or number types. values are based on the planned schedule for the beginning of the appropriate execution work week.Resource Assignment History Use this subject area to analyze daily resource assignment-level history.Resource User Defined Fields Use this subject area to analyze resource UDF data for cost.Resource Utilization Use this subject area to analyze resource utilization details including actual. 13 . integer. and at completion costs and units.Project User Defined Fields Use this subject area to analyze project UDF data for cost. remaining.  Primavera . at completion.  Primavera . unstaffed. planned. For example. potential risks such as activity planned start date changes can quickly be identified. integer. staffed. The execution work week is determined by the values set in P6.Resource Assignment User Defined Fields Use this subject area to analyze resource assignment UDF data for cost.Resource Assignment Use this subject area to analyze resource assignment details for costs and units. This subject area requires project specific UDF configuration in P6.  Primavera . This subject area requires UDF configuration using the ETL process.  Primavera .  Primavera . and resource limit units. This subject area requires project specific configuration in P6. The following is a list of the sample dashboards included with the sample catalog. including changes to both facts and dimensions to help you understand changes over time.Getting Started  Primavera .  Primavera . In this way. integer. on the Industry Samples Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. actual. This subject area requires user defined field configuration using the ETL process. About Dashboards Use dashboards to view various types of information quickly and easily. This transfer of information is configured during the work planning setup. Dashboards are customizable and can be made up of one or more pages. or number types.

If you have the required access permissions. including Schedule Performance Index (SPI) and Cost Performance Index (CPI). Editing Sample Analyses If deployed by your administrator. For example. see the OBI documentation. click Dashboards and select the dashboard you want to open from the drop-down list. In this dashboard.  Project Health This dashboard offers useful tools for determining the health of your projects. You can find information here about the progress of Early Stage projects. http://localhost:9704/analytics. project costs. and risks. strategic objectives. the percentage of overallocated resources. project. and tells you which resources are underutilized. and world maps showing the distribution of costs and risks. costs. and schedule compliance for industry related activities. you can edit analyses to fit your needs in OBI.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual  Main This dashboard provides high level insight into schedule progress. and multiple ratings of project codes. Logging in to OBI and Navigating to Dashboards 1) Enter the URL for OBI in a web browser. performance. 2) Enter your User ID and Password. measures team progress and productivity. Each dashboard has filter selections. to help narrow the results in the sections by the date. 3) On the Home page. work planning.  Portfolio Analysis This dashboard contains important portfolio information based on project performance. P6 Analytics comes with sample analyses.  Industry Samples This dashboard shows daily burn down. 14 .  Project Earned Value This dashboard gives an overview of the earned value status of your projects. risks and rewards by project. you can view the overall health of your project. Contact your OBI administrator for access. look at schedule progress and cost trends. For more information on editing sample analyses. Note: The user name and password for the sample Star database are both demouser.  Resource Analysis This dashboard shows the status and usage of your resources. or prompts. location. and so on. and determine which activities are not on track.

Overview Page This page shows an overview of behind schedule and over budget early stage projects. expand Shared Folders. 4) Click Save . select a location for the new analysis and give it a name. 15 .Main Dashboard To edit sample analyses: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) In OBI. Analysis. and world maps showing the distribution of costs and risks. Primavera. Creating Analyses If you have the required permissions. The overallocation of resources and a scorecard lists some vital information about your projects. costs. To create analyses: 1) In OBI. 5) In the Save As dialog box. Main Dashboard This dashboard provides high level insight into schedule progress. You can find information here about the progress of early stage projects. Click Edit for one of the analyses. 2) In the Select Subject Area menu. and risks. In the Folders pane. 3) Add columns and filters as necessary to the subject area. 6) Select Edit Analysis from the Properties menu. click Catalog. select the main type of subject area that will be used for this analysis. Click a dashboard to view a list of analyses. 7) Edit the analysis as necessary and click Save . Dashboards. you can create analyses. the percentage of overallocated resources. Roll over an analysis and click the Properties icon which appears. click New. 6) Click the Results tab to view the results of the analysis. Click OK.

The y-axis for the bars. 4) On the Overview page. The y-axis for the line.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Three narratives show the Overall Cost Variance. Early stage projects are those with a Performance Percent Complete less than 40. click the Overview page. click Dashboards. the percentage of total projects which are over budget. on the left. This stacked line-bar graph shows:  A stacked bar for each project showing the Remaining Units and Completed Units  A line showing % Delay The x-axis shows project names. shows percentage delay. Early Stage Projects behind Schedule Section Purpose This narrative shows the percentage of early stage projects which are behind schedule.95. 3) On the Main dashboard. 2) Under Primavera. shows at complete units. Location 1) On the Home page. and the percentage of projects behind schedule. on the right. Subject Areas Activity 16 . expand the Early Stage Projects behind Schedule section. select Main. Behind schedule projects are those with a Schedule Performance Index less than 0.

shows At Complete Cost. The y-axis for the line. click Dashboards. On the Overview page. on the left. click the Overview page. Over budget projects are those whose maximum activity total cost expressed as a percentage of baseline total cost is greater than zero. on the right. select Main. The y-axis for the bars. On the Main dashboard. shows Cost Overrun %. expand the Early Stage Projects over Budget section. Subject Areas Activity 17 . Early stage projects are those with a Performance Percent Complete less than 40.Main Dashboard Early Stage Projects over Budget Section Purpose This narrative shows the percentage of early stage projects which are over budget. Under Primavera. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. This stacked line-bar graph shows:  A stacked bar for each project showing Remaining Total Cost and Actual Total Cost  A line showing Cost Overrun % The x-axis shows project names.

P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual % of Overallocated Resources Section Purpose This narrative shows the percentage of resources with overallocated units (for example. Under Primavera. click Dashboards. The y-axis shows hours. select Resource Analysis. expand the % of Overallocated Resources section. click the Overview page. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. On the Overview page. This stacked vertical bar graph shows a stacked bar for each resource showing Remaining Units and Overallocated units. Subject Areas Resource Utilization 18 . The x-axis shows resources. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. where remaining units is greater than the resource limit) as a percentage of total resources.

On the Overview page. The pivot table shows columns for:         1) 2) 3) 4) Actual Cost At Completion Cost Budgeted Cost Cost Variance Actual Units At Completion Units Budgeted Units Variance Units On the Home page.Main Dashboard Portfolio Summary Section Purpose This pivot table shows costs and units for each portfolio. click Dashboards. expand the Portfolio Summary section. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. Location Subject Areas Activity Location Page This page provides At Completion Total Cost information per project. 19 . by country code. select Resource Analysis. Negative figures are highlighted in red text. click the Overview page. Under Primavera.

20 .P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Completion Cost by Location Section Purpose This map shows Cost Variance Index by country code when zoomed out to country level. White areas of the map indicate that no project is located in that area.

For each project. Risk Exposure. Zoom in and out with the control on the left and hover over a country.Main Dashboard Switch off the Cost Variance Index (Cost) (Color Fill) option below COUNTRY_CODE to remove the shading. Each of the cost columns is totaled on the bottom line of the table to give a grand total for that country code. The y-axis shows cost. Risk Type. expand the Completion Cost by Location section. state. On the Location page. or province to see specific information and for a link to the country code which will filter the table and vertical bar graph. This pivot table uses geospatial data stored by the Location settings in P6 to show projects assigned to the country code selected. click the Location page. and Risk Status of each project. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Under Primavera. On the Main dashboard. the table shows:           City Name At Completion Labor Cost At Completion Nonlabor Cost At Completion Material Cost At Completion Expense Cost At Completion Total Cost At Completion Labor Cost At Completion Nonlabor Cost At Completion Material Cost At Completion Total Cost This vertical bar graph shows bars for each project showing: The x-axis lists the projects. 21 . select Main. click Dashboards. detailing the Risk Score. Subject Areas Activity Risk Page This page shows the risk exposure for each project by country code. as well as a breakdown of projects by country.

000.000. 22 .000. This horizontal bar graph shows a bar for each country showing Risk Exposure $. yellow bars denote a risk exposure between $50. White areas of the map indicate that no project is located in that area. Red bars denote a risk exposure greater than $100.000 and $100. The y-axis shows country names. The x-axis shows risk exposure. Zoom in and out with the control on the left and hover over a country. and green bars denote risk exposure less than $50. or province to see specific information.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Risk Exposure by Location Section Purpose This map shows total risk exposure by country code. state.

On the Main dashboard. click the Risk page. the pivot table shows:       Risk Score Risk Exposure Risk Names Risk Types Risk Statuses A link to the risks in P6 EPPM 23 . select Main. click Dashboards. Under Primavera. expand the Risk Exposure by Location section. Subject Areas Project History Detailed Risk by Location Section Purpose This pivot table shows detailed risk information for each country broken down by project. On the Risk page.Main Dashboard Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. For each project.

click the Risk page. Under Primavera. You can also find the At Completion Total Cost of a project by its sponsor. Overview Page This page shows projects sorted by either Financial and Strategic Ratings or Proposed versus Committed Costs.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Risk page. On Main dashboard. and multiple ratings of project codes. 24 . expand the Detailed Risk by Location section. strategic objectives. select Main. click Dashboards. Project Investment Map Section Purpose This bubble graph plots projects according to their Financial Rating and Strategic Rating. project costs. Subject Areas Activity Portfolio Analysis Dashboard This dashboard contains important portfolio information based on project performance. and rewards by project. risks.

Committed Cost Section Purpose This pivot table is grouped by one project code on the left and split out by another project code across the top. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Bubble color is used only to differentiate between bubbles. 25 . On the Overview page. The y-axis shows Strategic Rating. select Portfolio Analysis. expand the Project Investment Map section. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. with a larger bubble representing a larger value. Subject Areas Activity Proposed vs. Under Primavera. click the Overview page. Bubble size represents At Completion Total Cost.Portfolio Analysis Dashboard The x-axis shows Financial Rating. Hover over a bubble for specific details. click Dashboards.

P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual The pivot table shows:  Proposed Cost in blue italics  Committed Cost in black Use the left View By list to select the project code to be used on the left side of the table. expand the Proposed vs. Committed Cost section. Use the right View By list to select the project code to use across the top of the table. On the Overview page. red bands represent poorly performing projects. which are those where the project score is less than 65. select Portfolio Analysis. click the Overview page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. click Dashboards. Each band on a bar represents a different project and bands are colored according to their project score. Under Primavera. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. 26 . which is a measure of their performance. Subject Areas Activity Project Performance by Sponsor Section Purpose This stacked horizontal bar graph shows stacked bars plotting the At Completion Total Cost per sponsor. Blue bands represent projects with a project score of more than 65.

select Portfolio Analysis. expand the Portfolio Analysis Trending section. The y-axis is the project Sponsor. Location 1) On the Home page. Portfolio Analysis Trending Section Purpose This pivot table shows CPI and SPI per month for each portfolio. Hover the cursor over the band for specific data and click on the band to drill down to see more information about the project.Portfolio Analysis Dashboard The x-axis shows Investment. 4) On the Performance page. Values of exactly 1. select Portfolio Analysis. expand the Project Performance by Sponsor section. click the Overview page. click Dashboards.000 are highlighted in red whereas CPIs and SPIs higher than 1.000 are highlighted in green. 27 . Subject Areas Activity Performance Page This page displays performance data for each portfolio. 3) On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. click Dashboards. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. On the Overview page.000 are not highlighted. Find the monthly Schedule Performance Index (SPI) and Cost Performance Index (CPI). click the Performance page. Under Primavera. as well as units and cost statistics for every project in your portfolio. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. 2) Under Primavera. CPIs and SPIs lower than 1.

click the Performance page. 3) On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. 2) Under Primavera.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Subject Areas Activity Portfolio View Section Purpose This pivot table shows cost and units for each portfolio. select Portfolio Analysis. 4) On the Performance page. Subject Areas Activity 28 . click Dashboards. The pivot table shows columns for:         Actual (Cost) At Completion (Cost) Budgeted (Cost) Variance (Cost) Actual (Units) At Completion (Units) Budgeted (Units) Variance (Units) Location 1) On the Home page. Negative figures are highlighted in red text. expand the Portfolio View section.

separated by strategic rating. group them by multiple ratings. Risk vs. Reward Section 29 . or see the current phase of each project. You can find information on the financial rating and risk of each project.Portfolio Analysis Dashboard Prioritization Page This page displays the priority of your projects.

The x-axis shows Risk. Hover over a bubble for specific details. Bubbles in the red quadrant of the bubble graph have a low financial rating (reward) and a high risk while those in the white quadrant have a low risk but offer a high reward. The pivot table shows columns for:  Project Priority  Current Budget  Strategic Rating Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. On the Prioritization page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Under Primavera. expand the Risk vs. Bubble size represents current budget. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. This pivot table groups projects according to their Project Priority. click Dashboards. The y-axis shows Financial Rating. select Portfolio Analysis. Subject Areas Activity 30 . Bubble color is used only to differentiate between bubbles.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose This bubble graph plots projects according to their Financial Rating and risk. with a larger bubble representing a larger value. click the Prioritization page. Reward section. Risk in this case is a project code and is not related to P6 EPPM risks functionality. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page).

expand the Project Initiation section. click the Prioritization page. grouped by the current phase project code. click Dashboards. The y-axis shows the strategic rating. On the Prioritization page. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. Subject Areas Activity 31 . Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Each band on a bar represents a different value of the current phase sample project code. Hover over a band to see specific information. select Portfolio Analysis. Under Primavera. The x-axis shows number of projects.Portfolio Analysis Dashboard Project Initiation Section Purpose This stacked horizontal bar graph shows the number of projects for each strategic rating.

Each colored line on the graph represents a separate project. click the Prioritization page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Prioritization page. click Dashboards. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Rating Section Purpose Each axis of this radar graph shows a separate project code. select Portfolio Analysis. Under Primavera. expand the Rating section. Subject Areas Activity 32 .

4) On the Prioritization page.Portfolio Analysis Dashboard Project Prioritization . project scores from 65 to 85 are highlighted in yellow. 33 .Force Rank by Score Section Purpose This pivot table sorts projects by Project Score (descending). 2) Under Primavera. select Portfolio Analysis. The pivot table shows columns for:      Project Score Financial Rating Resource Rating Strategic Rating Technology Rating Location 1) On the Home page. click Dashboards.Force Rank by Score section. Project scores above 85 are highlighted in green. project scores below 65 are highlighted in red. expand the Project Prioritization . click the Prioritization page. 3) On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard.

select Portfolio Analysis. On the Objectives page. expand the Investment by Strategic Objective section. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. click Dashboards. Subject Areas Activity 34 .P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Subject Areas Activity Objectives Page This page shows the investment breakdown and performance of projects by the Strategic Objective project code. click the Objectives page. Investment by Strategic Objective Section Purpose This pie chart shows the investment (determined from At Completion Total Cost for the project) broken down by the Strategic Objective project code. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. The segments represent the amount of At Completion Total Cost accountable to each Strategic Objective. Under Primavera.

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The x-axis shows Investment. click Dashboards. 37 . click the Objectives page. selected by a project code. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Subject Areas Activity Project Earned Value Dashboard This dashboard gives an overview of the earned value status of your projects. On the Objectives page. The y-axis shows Sponsors. On the Portfolio Analysis dashboard. expand the Project Performance by Strategic Objective section. Each graph shows data for a different set of projects. Hover over a section of a bar to see specific data. Each color on a bar represents a different project. select Portfolio Analysis.Project Earned Value Dashboard Purpose These stacked horizontal bar graphs show a stacked bar for each resource showing At Completion Total Cost for projects. including SPI and CPI. Under Primavera.

on the right. The y-axis for bars. and the estimated cost at completion. grouped by month or strategic rating. and Estimate At Completion (Cost) The x-axis is year-month. earned value. actual costs. shows period cost. Earned Value (Cost). shows cumulative cost. and Estimate At Completion (Cost)  Lines for cumulative values for Actual Total Cost.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Overview Page This page shows statistics on a project's planned value. Planned Value (Cost). and month and shows columns for:         Actual Total Cost Actual Cost (Cumulative) Earned Value (Cost) Earned Value (Cumulative) Planned Value (Cost) Planned Value (Cumulative) Estimate At Completion (Cost) Estimate At Completion (Cumulative) 38 . Planned Value (Cost). Earned Value Section Purpose This line-bar graph shows:  Bars for Actual Total Cost. on the left. The y-axis for bars. This pivot table breaks down data by year. Earned Value (Cost). quarter.

select Project Earned Value. Under Primavera. On the Project Earned Value dashboard.Project Earned Value Dashboard Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. click the Overview page. Subject Areas Activity Project Earned Value Breakdown Section 39 . click Dashboards. On the Overview page. expand the Earned Value section.

Location Subject Areas Activity CPI/SPI Page This page provides CPI and SPI information. select Project Earned Value. expand the Project Earned Value Breakdown section. Under Primavera. the data is the same. 40 . click Dashboards. click the Overview page. hover over the bar. On the Overview page.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose This analysis can be viewed as either a horizontal bar graph or table. The y-axis is the Project Manager project code. The table breaks data down by Project Manager and shows columns for:     1) 2) 3) 4) Actual Total Cost Earned Value (Cost) Planned Value (Cost) Estimate to Complete (Cost) On the Home page. Regardless of the view chosen. To see precise data for any bar. On the Project Earned Value dashboard. The horizontal bar graph breaks data down by the Project Manager project code and shows bars for:     Actual Total Cost Earned Value (Cost) Planned Value (Cost) Estimate to Complete (Cost) The x-axis shows cost. helping you to identify which projects are over budget or behind schedule.

Project Earned Value Dashboard Scatter Diagrams by Portfolio Section 41 .

42 . The x-axis is Schedule Performance Index (Cost).P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose This analysis can be viewed as a scatter graph. radar graph. or table. The y-axis is Cost Performance Index (Cost). The SPI Radar graph plots SPI against a separate axis for each portfolio. The CPI/SPI Scatter graph plots each project on a scatter graph according to its SPI and CPI. Hover over a point to see specific information.

On the Project Earned Value dashboard. Under Primavera. click Dashboards. click the CPI/SPI page. Location Subject Areas Activity 43 . select Project Earned Value. expand the Scatter Diagrams by Portfolio section.Project Earned Value Dashboard The Table breaks data down by portfolio and shows columns for:      1) 2) 3) 4) Project Name Project Score Cost Performance Index (Cost) Schedule Performance Index (Cost) At Completion Total Cost On the Home page. On the CPI/SPI page.

click Dashboards. 44 . Note: Cumulative SPI and Cumulative CPI are calculated from cumulative values.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual CPI/SPI Section Purpose This section shows:  A line graph which plots the CPI and Cumulative CPI by month. rather than being accumulations of previous periods CPI or SPI values. The y-axis shows the CPI or SPI. select Project Earned Value. Location 1) On the Home page.  A line graph which plots the SPI and Cumulative SPI by month. 2) Under Primavera. The x-axis shows the month and year.

Bubble size represents At Completion Total Cost. respectively) and whether it is behind or ahead of schedule (left and right of the vertical center. with a larger bubble representing a larger value. expand the CPI/SPI section. click the CPI/SPI page. Subject Areas Activity Performance Index Section Purpose This bubble graph plots bubbles for projects according to their Cost Performance Index (Cost) and Schedule Performance Index (Cost). 45 . click Dashboards. 4) On the CPI/SPI page. The y-axis is Cost Performance Index (Cost). 2) Under Primavera. Hover over a bubble for specific details. Bubble color is used only to differentiate between bubbles. Location 1) On the Home page.Project Earned Value Dashboard 3) On the Project Earned Value dashboard. select Project Earned Value. The location of each bubble in the chart will tell you whether the project it represents is under or over budget (above or below the horizontal center. The x-axis shows Schedule Performance Index (Cost). respectively).

total costs. separated by month and project stage. 46 . click the CPI/SPI page. Subject Areas Activity Detailed Earned Value Page This page provides a detailed view of a project's earned value. expand the Performance Index section. 4) On the CPI/SPI page. and performance indexes.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual 3) On the Project Earned Value dashboard. Detailed Earned Value by WBS Section Purpose This pivot table breaks projects down by WBS and shows columns for:         Actual Total Cost Actual Cost (Cumulative) Earned Value (Cost) Earned Value (Cumulative) Planned Value (Cost) Planned Value (Cumulative) Estimate At Completion (Cost) Estimate At Completion (Cumulative) Use the expand/collapse control to drill down into the WBS structure.

On this dashboard. select Project Earned Value. expand the Detailed Earned Value by WBS section. click the Detailed Earned Value page. On the Detailed Earned Value page. Under Primavera. including project codes and ratings. Overview Page This page provides statistics for your project based on numerous variables. Project Count Section 47 . click Dashboards. look at schedule progress and cost trends. Subject Areas Activity Project Health Dashboard This dashboard offers useful tools for determining the health of your projects. you can view the overall health of your project. You can view overall health and cost variance by cost account for any of your projects. and determine which activities are not on track. On the Project Earned Value dashboard.Project Health Dashboard Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page.

click the Overview page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. select Project Health. Subject Areas Activity Overall Project Health Section 48 . The available codes are:        Project Manager Financial Rating Location Priority Sponsor Strategic Objective Strategic Rating The table shows the number of projects and number of activities assigned to each value of the selected project code. including the number of projects assigned to the code value. Hover over a segment of the pie graph to see more detailed information. The pie graph shows the number of projects assigned each value of the selected project code expressed as a percentage of total projects. On the Project Health dashboard. expand the Project Count section.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose Use the View By list to select a project code by which to view this table and pie chart. Under Primavera. click Dashboards. On the Overview page.

Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. select Project Health. click the Overview page.Project Health Dashboard Purpose This table breaks data down by projects and shows columns for:         Project ID Project Name Business Process Project Score (weighted project code) Budget Variance At Completion Total Cost Current Budget A link to the project in P6 EPPM Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. 49 . Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). click Dashboards. On the Project Health dashboard. Under Primavera. On the Overview page. Subject Areas Activity Cost Account Section Purpose This horizontal bar graph shows the cost variance for each cost account. expand the Overall Project Health section.

The table shows columns for:  Planned Cost  At Completion Cost  Cost Variance Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. and resources with the highest At Completion Units. The y-axis shows the Cost Account name ordered by Cost Variance. Hover over a bar to see specific information for it. whereas black bars indicate a positive Cost Variance value. a comparison of project schedule and performance. Red bars indicate a negative Cost Variance value. click Dashboards. On the Project Health dashboard. the performance of each activity in a project. select Project Health. This table breaks data down by Cost Account and orders it by Cost Variance. 50 . expand the Cost Account section. click the Overview page. Subject Areas Resource Assignment Schedule Page This page shows you which activities are behind schedule.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual The x-axis shows Cost Variance. Under Primavera. Critical Activities behind Schedule Section Purpose This narrative shows the percentage of critical activities which are behind schedule according to their Baseline Project Finish Date Variance. On the Overview page.

On the Schedule page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Under Primavera. This allows you to see the activities with the highest finish variance quickly and then to see the other activities which have finish variance in the same project. click the Schedule page. The y-axis shows # of Activities. This vertical bar graph shows bars for each resource showing the number of activities per float path. The x-axis is Float Path. Subject Areas Activity Float Path Section Purpose This pivot table shows the number of activities per float path by primary resource. 51 . expand the Critical Activities behind Schedule section. high to low. This table shows columns for:  Finish Variance (Hours)  Activity ID  A link to the Project Activities Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. and then is grouped by project. Hover over each bar for specific information. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). On the Project Health dashboard. click Dashboards.Project Health Dashboard The table is grouped by Finish Variance. select Project Health.

shows the Percent of Plan. Subject Areas Activity Labor Performance Section Purpose The Phase and Department line-bar graphs show data for activities assigned to the Phase and Department activity codes. Both of these line-bar graphs show:  Bars for the Actual and Planned labor. The pivot table shows columns for:  Planned (baseline project labor units) 52 . on the left. The x-axis of the Department line-bar graph shows Department code values. This pivot table groups data for each project by the activity code selected in the Labor Performance By list.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On both line-bar graphs. shows labor units. the y-axis for the line. On the Schedule page. click Dashboards. Under Primavera. On the Project Health dashboard. click the Schedule page. select Project Health. On both line-bar graphs. expand the Float Path section. The x-axis of the Phase line-bar graph shows Phase code values. the y-axis for the bars. on the right.  A line for the Percent of Plan labor units expressed as a percentage of baseline project labor units.

click the Schedule page. click Dashboards. On the Schedule page. Subject Areas Activity Performance vs Schedule % Section Purpose This table provides an overview of percent complete. click Dashboards. Under Primavera. Subject Areas Activity 53 .Project Health Dashboard  Actual (actual labor units)  Percent of Plan (actual labor units expressed as a percentage of baseline project labor units) Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Project Health dashboard. select Project Health. On the Project Health dashboard. The table shows columns per project for:  Schedule % Complete  Performance % Complete  Difference (Performance % Complete minus Schedule % Complete) Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Schedule page. click the Schedule page. expand the Labor Performance section. Negative figures are highlighted in red text. select Project Health. Under Primavera. expand the Performance vs Schedule % section.

P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Highest at Completion Units Section 54 .

On the Project Health dashboard. click the Schedule page. 55 . the cost breakdown by different variables. select Project Health. On the Schedule page. The x-axis shows the Units At Completion. Under Primavera.Project Health Dashboard Purpose This section can show the following analyses: The Pie Chart shows the ten resources that had the highest At Completion Units in 2012. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. expand the Highest At Completion Units section. click Dashboards. Subject Areas Resource Assignment Cost Page This page shows the cost trends of your project. and the different types of costs your projects incur. The Bar Chart shows the ten resources that had the highest At Completion Units for that year on a horizontal bar graph. The Table shows the At Completion Units broken down by resource for that year.

P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Cost Trend Section 56 .

Hover over a point on a line to see specific information about it. The y-axis shows cost. Line: This line graph shows lines for:  Actual Total Cost  Remaining Total Cost  At Completion Total Cost The x-axis shows the year and month. The y-axis shows cost. Hover over a bar to see specific information about it.Project Health Dashboard Purpose This section can show the following analyses: Bar Chart: This vertical bar graph shows bars for:  Actual Total Cost  Remaining Total Cost  At Completion Total Cost The x-axis shows the year and month. 57 .

click Dashboards. select Project Health. On the Project Health dashboard. Under Primavera. On the Cost page. Subject Areas Project History 58 . The columns spread the data across five months. expand the Cost Trend section.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Table: This pivot table breaks data down by project. The table shows rows per project for:  Actual Total Cost  Remaining Total Cost  At Completion Total Cost Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. click the Cost page.

Project Health Dashboard Project Cost Breakdown Section 59 .

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The y-axis shows values of the Location project code. The y-axis shows values of the Project Manager project code. 61 . Cost Breakdown by Sponsor horizontal bar graph breaks data down by the Sponsor project code. The bar graph shows bars for:     Actual Total Cost At Completion Total Cost Remaining Total Cost Cost Variance The x-axis shows cost. Cost Breakdown by Project Manager horizontal bar graph breaks data down by the Project Manager project code. The y-axis shows values of the Sponsor project code. The bar graph shows bars for:     Actual Total Cost At Completion Total Cost Remaining Total Cost Cost Variance The x-axis shows cost. The bar graph shows bars for:     Actual Total Cost At Completion Total Cost Remaining Total Cost Cost Variance The x-axis shows cost.Project Health Dashboard Purpose This section can show the following analyses: Cost Breakdown by Location horizontal bar graph breaks data down by the Location project code.

expand the Project Cost Breakdown section. The pivot table shows columns for:     Actual Total Cost At Completion Total Cost Remaining Total Cost Cost Variance Negative values are highlighted in red text. Table by Sponsor pivot table breaks data down by the Sponsor project code.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Table by Location pivot table breaks data down by the Location project code. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. click Dashboards. The pivot table shows columns for:     Actual Total Cost At Completion Total Cost Remaining Total Cost Cost Variance Negative values are highlighted in red text. The pivot table shows columns for:     Actual Total Cost At Completion Total Cost Remaining Total Cost Cost Variance Negative values are highlighted in red text. select Project Health. Table by Project Manager pivot table breaks data down by the Project Manager project code. Subject Areas Activity 62 . Under Primavera. click the Cost page. On the Cost page. On the Project Health dashboard.

Project Health Dashboard Cost by Type Section 63 .

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Project Health Dashboard 67 .

The y-axis shows Labor Cost. The table shows columns for the same data. The bar graph shows bars for:  Actual Expense Cost  At Completion Expense Cost  Remaining Expense Cost The x-axis shows Projects.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose Choose which type of cost to view: Expense Cost vertical bar graph and pivot table break down data by project. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). Labor Cost vertical bar graph and pivot table break down data by project. Hover over a bar on the graph to see specific data. Both the bar graph and table show the same data. 68 . Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). Material Cost vertical bar graph and pivot table break down data by project. Both the bar graph and table show the same data. Both the bar graph and table show the same data. The table shows columns for the same data. Hover over a bar on the graph to see specific data. Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. Nonlabor Cost vertical bar graph and pivot table break down data by project. The y-axis shows Expense Cost. Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. The bar graph shows bars for:  Actual Nonlabor Cost  At Completion Nonlabor Cost  Remaining Nonlabor Cost The x-axis shows Projects. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). The y-axis shows Nonlabor Cost. Both the bar graph and table show the same data. Hover over a bar on the graph to see specific data. The table shows columns for the same data. Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. The bar graph shows bars for:  Actual Labor Cost  At Completion Labor Cost  Remaining Labor Cost The x-axis shows Projects.

Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. click the Cost page. Hover over a bar on the graph to see specific data. Both the bar graph and table show the same data. select Project Health. 69 . Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. The table shows columns for the same data. click Dashboards. On the Project Health dashboard. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). Hover over a bar on the graph to see specific data. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. expand the Cost by Type section. The y-axis shows Total Cost. On the Cost page. as well as a detailed history of each activity in a project. Total Cost vertical bar graph and pivot table break down data by project. The y-axis shows Material Cost. Subject Areas Activity History Page This page shows the At Completion Variance Percentage of each project in your portfolio. The bar graph shows bars for:  Actual Total Cost  At Completion Total Cost  Remaining Total Cost The x-axis shows Projects. Under Primavera. The table shows columns for the same data.Project Health Dashboard The bar graph shows bars for:  Actual Material Cost  At Completion Material Cost  Remaining Material Cost The x-axis shows Projects.

expand the At Completion Variance Percentage section. click the Trend page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Hover over a point for specific information. The x-axis shows month. click Dashboards. select Project Health. On the Project Health dashboard. Subject Areas Project History 70 . date. year. On the Trend page.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual At Completion Variance Percentage Section Purpose The line graph shows Percent Change From Start over time for the project. The y-axis shows percentage. Under Primavera.

Project Health Dashboard Milestone Dates that Have Slipped Section Purpose The pivot table shows data for all milestones whose dates have changed since the previous history interval. Location 1) On the Home page. click Dashboards. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). Subject Areas Project History 71 . 2) Under Primavera. Data is broken down and ordered by project and date. 3) On the Project Health dashboard. select Project Health. click the Trend page. expand the Milestone Dates that Have Slipped section. The table shows columns for:        Activity ID Activity Name Activity Type Current Planned Start Current Planned Finish Prior Planned Start Prior Planned Finish Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. 4) On the Trend page.

state or province to bring up a call out with specific information.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Location Page This page shows the At Completion Total Cost for any of your projects by country or state. click Dashboards. At Completion Total Cost by Location Section Purpose This map shows At Completion Total Cost for all projects by country. Switch off the At Completion Total Cost (Color Fill) option below Project_STATE to remove the shading when zoomed in to state level. select Project Health. On the Project Health dashboard. White areas of the map indicate that no project is located in that area. click the Location page. Under Primavera. Hover over a country. Switch off the At Completion Total Cost (Color Fill) option below COUNTRY_CODE to remove the shading when zoomed out to Country level. state or province to see specific information or click on a country. expand the At Completion Total Cost by Location section. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Subject Areas Activity 72 . On the Location page. Zoom in and out with the control on the left.

is percentage. expand the Project Code Hierarchy section. The graph shows:  Bars for each project code  A line for cumulative percentage (At Completion Total Cost of each value represented as a percentage of total At Completion Total Cost) The x-axis is all project code values currently shown in the pivot table. click the Location page. This line-bar graph reflects the data shown in the pivot table and will change with the table. The y-axis on the right. Hover over a bar for specific data. Click the expand/collapse box next to a value to drill down into the hierarchy. 3) On the Project Health dashboard. for the bars. select Project Health. Location 1) On the Home page. click Dashboards. The y-axis on the left. Subject Areas Activity Activity Worksheet Page This page shows each activity associated with a project within your portfolio. is At Completion Total Cost. 2) Under Primavera. for the line. 73 . 4) On the Location page.Project Health Dashboard Project Code Hierarchy Section Purpose This pivot table breaks down At Completion Total Cost by project code value. Hover over a point on the line for specific data.

Filter the data in the table by project name or activity status using the menus at the top of the page. grouped by WBS.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Activity Worksheet Section Purpose This pivot table lists activities. 74 . The pivot table shows columns for:        Activity Name Status Primary Resource Name Start Date Finish Date Variance in Hours Link to the Activities in P6 Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page).

a tabular view of the labor hours expended by country and a view of resource over and under allocation. click the Activity Worksheet page. and tells you which resources are underutilized. Subject Areas Activity Resource Analysis Dashboard This dashboard shows the status and usage of your resources. including a view showing how resources are contributing to your strategic objectives.Resource Analysis Dashboard Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Under Primavera. the percentage of resources which are overallocated. click Dashboards. On the Activity Worksheet page. expand the Activity Worksheet section. select Project Health. On the Project Health dashboard. 75 . Overview Page This page gives an overview of resource status. measures team progress and productivity.

P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Resource Alignment Section 76 .

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It shows bars for:      Improved Customer Satisfaction Increased Customer Retention Reduced Cycle Time Regulatory Compliance Revenue Growth Hover over a bar to see specific data. It shows segments for:      Improved Customer Satisfaction Increased Customer Retention Reduced Cycle Time Regulatory Compliance Revenue Growth Click on a segment to drill down to see actual effort by project. It shows columns for:  Project Name  Actual Units  Year Name Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. It shows bars for:      Improved Customer Satisfaction Increased Customer Retention Reduced Cycle Time Regulatory Compliance Revenue Growth 78 . Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). The pivot table groups by each value of the Strategic Objective Description. Remaining Units by Strategic Objective The horizontal bar graph shows the number of Remaining Units broken down by Strategic Objective. Click on a bar to drill down to see actual effort by project. The pie graph shows the number of Actual Units broken down by Strategic Objective.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose This section shows the following analyses: Actual Units by Strategic Objective The horizontal bar graph shows the number of Actual Units broken down by Strategic Objective.

click the Overview page. It shows columns for:  Project Name  Remaining Units Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. The pie graph shows the number of Remaining Units broken down by Strategic Objective. It shows segments for:      Improved Customer Satisfaction Increased Customer Retention Reduced Cycle Time Regulatory Compliance Revenue Growth Click on a segment to drill down to see remaining effort by project. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. Under Primavera. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Overview page. expand the Resource Alignment section. Subject Areas Resource Assignment 79 . Click on a bar to drill down to see remaining effort by project. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page).Resource Analysis Dashboard Hover over a bar to see specific data. click Dashboards. select Resource Analysis. The pivot table groups by each value of the Strategic Objective Description.

click Dashboards.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual % of Overallocated Resources Section Purpose This gauge shows the percentage of all resources that are overallocated. Blue bands on the bar represent Remaining hours. click the Overview page. Hover over a bar for specific details. The x-axis shows resources. 80 . 3) On the Resource Analysis dashboard. red bands represent Over Allocation hours. The y-axis shows hours. Location 1) On the Home page. select Resource Analysis. This stacked vertical bar graph shows a stacked bar for each resource showing Remaining hours and Overallocated hours. 2) Under Primavera.

On the Overview page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Subject Areas Resource Utilization Labor Hours by Resource Location Section Purpose This pivot table breaks down labor hours by resource and location.Resource Analysis Dashboard 4) On the Overview page. or At Completion by Priority. At Completion by Business Segment. Under Primavera. Columns show data for resources with totals at the bottom of the table. click Dashboards. Subject Areas Resource Assignment 81 . select Resource Analysis. Use the Select a View menu to filter data by one of the following project codes: At Completion by Sponsor. expand the Labor Hours by Resource Location section. Rows show data for Locations with totals at the right of the table. expand the % of Overallocated Resources section. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. click the Overview page. Click on the year to drill down to half-year.

P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Over/Under Allocation Section 82 .

The table shows columns for:  Location  Limit 83 . The y-axis shows overallocated units. The x-axis shows the year and the quarter. that quarter will not appear in the graph.Resource Analysis Dashboard Purpose Overallocated Units By Resource bar graph and table The vertical bar graph shows overallocation bars for each resource broken down by year/quarter. It is sorted by Over Allocation. If no resource is overallocated in a quarter. The table shows data broken down by year/quarter and resource. Hover over a bar for specific information about that bar.

On the Overview page. click the Overview page. The y-axis shows under allocation units. Under Allocated Units By Resource bar graph and table The vertical bar graph shows under allocation bars for each resource broken down by year/quarter. allocated and remaining resources remaining. Hover over a bar for specific information about that bar. Subject Areas Resource Utilization Staffing Page This page shows staffing activity. It is sorted by Under Allocated. Click the Quarter Name heading to sort the table by quarter. The table shows data broken down by year/quarter and resource. then that quarter will not appear in the graph. 84 .P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual  Remaining Units  Over Allocation Click a link to drill down further into the data. select Resource Analysis. hours allotted by role. Click the Quarter Name heading to sort the table by quarter. If no resource is under allocated in a quarter. The x-axis shows the year and the quarter. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. click Dashboards. Under Primavera. The table shows columns for:     Location Limit Remaining Units Under Allocated Click a link to drill down further into the data. expand the Over/Under Allocation section. and total hours by an entire team.

Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. and Total FTE (calculated as Staffed plus Unstaffed). select Resource Analysis. Unstaffed. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. Rows are grouped per project and show Staffed. Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. On the Staffing page. Click on a year-quarter label to drill down to monthly data. Subject Areas Resource Assignment 85 . Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). Click on a project name for links to WBS Earned Value and Activity Worksheet.Resource Analysis Dashboard Staffing Section Purpose This pivot table breaks down unit data by project. click Dashboards. expand the Staffing section. Under Primavera. Columns show year-quarter. click the Staffing page.

Hover over a bar to show specific data. The x-axis shows resource codes. or Department resource codes. 2) Under Primavera. click the Staffing page. click Dashboards. expand the Allocation by Code section. Plant. 86 . select Resource Analysis.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Allocation by Code Section Purpose This stacked vertical bar graph shows a stacked bar for each resource code showing Remaining Units and Overallocated units. 4) On the Staffing page. Use the View by menu to filter the data by Classification. Location. The y-axis shows allocation units. 3) On the Resource Analysis dashboard. Location 1) On the Home page.

select Resource Analysis. The Table pivot table breaks down At Completion Units by roll and week. and Business Analyst roles. Developer. Hover over a bar to see details of the data. click Dashboards.Resource Analysis Dashboard Subject Areas Resource Utilization Hours by Role Section Purpose This section can show the following analyses: The Graph vertical stacked bar graph shows At Completion Units on a stacked bar for each week for the Quality Assurance. Product Analyst. The x-axis shows the year. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. month. Under Primavera. click the Staffing page. and date. 87 . On the Staffing page. Rows show rolls with totals in the last column. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. The y-axis shows hours. Columns show weeks with totals in the last row. expand the Hours by Role section. Click on a week name to drill down and view the data broken down by day.

P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Subject Areas Resource Assignment 88 .

Resource Analysis Dashboard Total Hours by Team Section 89 .

click the Staffing page. The Table pivot table shows At Completion Units for each resource in a team totaled by team. Click on a band on a bar to drill down to see that resource's hours per month. Subject Areas Resource Assignment Productivity Page This page shows team progress. Under Primavera.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose This section shows the following analyses: The Graph stacked vertical bar graph shows a stacked bar for each quarter showing hours for each resource in a team. The x-axis shows year and quarter. but aggregated per team. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. and periodic versus cumulative hours. Each band on a bar represents a different resource. resource productivity. This data is not time limited. select Resource Analysis. Hover over a bar for details. click Dashboards. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. expand the Total Hours by Team section. On the Staffing page. The y-axis shows hours. 90 . Use the Resource Team list to filter the data by resource team.

Location 1) On the Home page. Subject Areas Resource Utilization 91 . Resource utilization can be more than 100% and a figure over 100% indicates that the resource is over-allocated. The x-axis shows the Utilization Rate percentage. The y-axis shows the team name. Resource utilization is a measure of a resource's allocated units against the resource limit. click the Productivity page. The values for each team are an aggregation of individual resources values (rather than being calculated at team level). expand the Resource Utilization by Team section. 3) On the Resource Analysis dashboard.Resource Analysis Dashboard Resource Utilization by Team Section Purpose This horizontal bar graph shows the utilization rate percentage for each team. click Dashboards. 2) Under Primavera. select Resource Analysis. 4) On the Productivity page.

 Lines for Actual Labor Units. At Completion Labor Units. shows cumulative labor units. on the left. The y-axis for the lines. Cumulative Baseline Project Labor Units. The x-axis shows the year and month. shows labor units.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Periodic and Cumulative Labor Units by Month Section Purpose This section can show the following analyses: The Graph line-bar graph shows:  Bars for Baseline Project Labor Units. and Cumulative Actual Labor Units. on the right. The y-axis for the bars. 92 . and Cumulative Forecast Labor Units. Hover over a bar or a point on a line to see detailed information.

expand the Periodic and Cumulative Labor Units by Month section.Resource Analysis Dashboard The Table pivot table breaks data down by month and resource. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). select Resource Analysis. Under Primavera. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. Subject Areas Activity 93 . click Dashboards. click the Productivity page. The pivot table shows columns per resource for:       Baseline Project Labor Units Actual Labor Units At Completion Labor Units Baseline Project Labor Units Cumulative Actual Labor Units Cumulative Forecast Labor Units Cumulative Click on a month name to drill down to weekly data. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. The data is ordered by month. On the Productivity page.

Location 1) On the Home page. The Average SPI is based on the cumulative average over time from the beginning of the graph. 94 . The y-axis for both graphs shows the SPI. Once the graph exceeds 30 days. 2) Under Primavera.0). The x-axis for both graphs shows dates. Average SPI by Resource Section Purpose The Daily SPI and Average SPI line graphs show the Schedule Performance Index (SPI) using a green line. the average is of the 30 days prior to the data point. The blue line shows the target (set at 1. click Dashboards.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Daily vs. select Resource Analysis.

The y-axis for the bars. utilization. Average SPI by Resource section. Subject Areas Activity Utilization Page This page shows resource availability. Resource Availability Section Purpose The line-bar graph provides availability data for the selected resource. 4) On the Productivity page. expand the Daily vs. shows units. the selection defaults to the first resource in the list. click the Productivity page. The graph shows:  Bars for Planned Units and Available Units  A line for the % Units Available (Available Units calculated as a percentage of Available plus Planned Units) The x-axis is weeks (as year-month-day). on the left. 95 . The y-axis for the line.Resource Analysis Dashboard 3) On the Resource Analysis dashboard. If no resource is selected. and capacity. shows percent of units available. on the right.

Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. expand the Resource Availability section. on the left. select Resource Analysis. The y-axis for the lines. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. showing columns for:      Limit Planned Units Planned % Utilization Actual Units Actual % Utilization Click a week name to drill down to resource analysis information for that week. click Dashboards. If no resource is selected. shows units. Rows show Available Units. 96 . the selection defaults to the first resource in the list. and Actual Units  Lines for Planned % Utilization and Actual % Utilization The x-axis shows weeks. Columns show year-month-day. The table breaks down the selected resource's data by week. as year-month-date. click the Utilization page. The line-bar graph shows:  Bars for Limit. Planned Units.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual The pivot table shows the same data as the line-bar graph. Subject Areas Resource Utilization Utilization Section Purpose The line-bar graph breaks data down for the selected resource by week. Under Primavera. on the right. shows percentages. Planned Units and % Available. Hover over a bar or a point on a line to see details. The y-axis for the bars. On the Utilization page.

Subject Areas Resource Utilization 97 . select Resource Analysis. click Dashboards. click the Utilization page. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. Under Primavera.Resource Analysis Dashboard Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Utilization page. expand the Utilization section.

and Available Units  A line for Limit 98 . The graph shows:  Bars for Planned Units.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Capacity Section Purpose This line-bar graph breaks data for the selected resource down by month. Actual Units. Remaining Units.

Hover over a bar or a point on a line for details. click the Utilization page.Industry Samples Dashboard The x-axis shows months. schedule compliance. Subject Areas Resource Assignment Industry Samples Dashboard This dashboard shows daily burn down. shows units. expand the Capacity section. The y-axis for the bars. the pivot table shows columns for:      Planned Units Actual Units Limit Available Units Remaining Units Use the up and down arrows below the table to navigate to other sections of the table. click Dashboards. Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage Page This page shows an overview of daily burn downs. The y-axis for the line. on the right. select Resource Analysis. and schedule compliance for industry related activities. on the left. shows limit units. work planning. For each resource. The pivot table breaks data down by month then resource. Use the double-ended arrow to view the whole table in one screen (to a maximum of 500 rows per page). On the Utilization page. On the Resource Analysis dashboard. and other performance metrics. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. Under Primavera. 99 . performance.

Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. On the Industry Standards dashboard. click Dashboards. Under Primavera. select Industry Standards. expand the Burn Down Hours section. Subject Areas Burn Down 100 . Current Work Down. and Total Man Hours The x-axis shows days.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Burn Down Hours Section Purpose The line-bar graph shows:  Bars for Original Remaining hours and Emergent Remaining hours for each day  Lines for the Baseline Work Down. The y-axis shows hours. click the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page.

and Total # of Activities The x-axis shows days. On the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. click the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. On the Industry Standards dashboard. Under Primavera. Subject Areas Burn Down Daily Performance Section 101 . Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. select Industry Standards. The y-axis shows number of activities. expand the Burn Down Counts section.Industry Samples Dashboard Burn Down Counts Section Purpose The line-bar graph shows:  Bars for the Original Remaining counts and Emergent Remaining counts for each day  A line for Baseline Work Down. Current Work Down. click Dashboards.

Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. On the Industry Standards dashboard.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Purpose This pivot table shows the following information organized by date and team:             Scheduled Starts (Yesterday) Actual Reported Starts (Yesterday) % Scheduled vs Actual Starts (Yesterday) Scheduled Finishes (Yesterday) Actual Reported Finish (Yesterday) % Scheduled vs Actual Finish (Yesterday) Scheduled Finishes Today Actual Completed to Date Scheduled Finishes to Date Total Activities Scope Changes from Outage Starts % Complete to Date The last row shows the totals for each column. click Dashboards. On the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. Subject Areas Burn Down 102 . select Industry Standards. click the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. Under Primavera. expand the Daily Performance section.

Industry Samples Dashboard

Schedule Compliance Section

Purpose The line-bar graph shows:

 Bars for Original Schedule and Completed, Original Schedule and Not Completed,

Emergent and Completed, and Total Scheduled  A line for Original Schedule Compliance percentage (the percentage of activities which were completed on a day that were scheduled to be completed on that day) The x-axis shows days as month-day-year. The y-axis for the bars, on the left, shows number of activities. The y-axis for the line, on the right, shows the percentage of compliance. Filter the graph by week using the Week Name list. Click on a bar or point to show the data in a table. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page, click Dashboards. Under Primavera, select Industry Standards. On the Industry Standards dashboard, click the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. On the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page, expand the Schedule Compliance section.

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Average vs. Baseline (Hours) Section

Purpose The Baseline, Actuals line graph shows lines for Baseline hours and Actuals hours for each day. The x-axis is days shown as month/day/year. The y-axis is hours. The Baseline Average, Actual Average, Baseline Daily, Actual Daily line graph shows:

 Bars for Baseline Daily hours and Actual Daily hours  Lines for Baseline Average hours and Actual Average hours
The x-axis is days shown as month/day. The y-axis shows hours. Location 1) On the Home page, click Dashboards. 2) Under Primavera, select Industry Standards.

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Industry Samples Dashboard 3) On the Industry Standards dashboard, click the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. 4) On the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page, expand the Average vs. Baseline (Hours) section. Subject Areas Burn Down

Daily Performance Index (Hours) Section

Purpose The Baseline, Daily Actuals line graph shows lines for:

 Baseline (a constant, set to 1)  Daily Actuals (calculated as Actual Labor Units divided by Planned Labor Units)
The x-axis is days shown as month/day/year. The y-axis is Daily Performance Index (calculated as Actual Labor Units divided by Planned Labor Units).

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schedule adherence per role. Subject Areas Activity Routine/On-Line Maintenance Page This page shows work planning. On the Industry Standards dashboard. and schedule compliance per week.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual The Baseline. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. select Industry Standards. The y-axis is Daily Performance Index (calculated as Actual Labor Units divided by Planned Labor Units). Daily Actuals (AVG) line graph shows lines for:  Baseline (a constant. click the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. expand the Daily Performance Index (Hours) section. Work Planning Look Ahead Section 106 . click Dashboards. On the Shutdown/Turnaround/Outage page. Under Primavera. set to 1)  Daily Actuals (calculated as a 365 day average of Actual Labor Units divided by Planned Labor Units) The x-axis is days as month/day/year.

This is determined by taking the last two digits of the year and attaching the week number to the end. On the Industry Standards dashboard. select Industry Standards. yellow highlights potential issues. Subject Areas Work Planning 107 . Under Primavera. The last four KPIs shown are based on custom activity codes. and red indicates where corrective action might be needed. click Dashboards. Green shaded percentages are good. which are used by the United States nuclear power utility industry. The thresholds that determine when an issue is green. yellow. The columns show execution workweek start dates. For example. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. or red are customizable. workweeks.Industry Samples Dashboard Purpose This pivot table shows how Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are performing from a planning perspective in the upcoming execution work weeks. The rows show:         Scope Stability Schedule Stability Scope Survival Emergent Work Operations Clearances Ready Parts Identification Parts Availability Maintenance Walkdowns Completed Click on a cell to drill down to activities. T-01 being next week and T-05 being five weeks in the future). and workweek indicators (from T-05 to T-01. On the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. The KPIs are based on INP0 AP-928 standards. The percentages shown are color coded to highlight where improvement needs to be made. click the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. expand the Work Planning Look Ahead section. Note: The workweek is often used in the nuclear industry. the 22nd week of 2013 would have a Workweek number of 1322 and the 23rd week would be 1323.

the 22nd week of 2013 would have a Workweek number of 1322 and the 23rd week would be 1323. The rows show:     Scope Stability Scope Survival Schedule Stability Emergent Work Use the Execution Work Week list to change to view a different week's history. This table allows you to see how specific Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) performed week after week. click Dashboards.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Work Planning T+1 Critique Section Purpose This pivot table shows a historical perspective of a particular execution work week. 2) Under Primavera. Location 1) On the Home page. Cells are color coded per KPI to show whether the values represent good performance or indicate that corrective work should considered or is urgently required. Note: The workweek is often used in the nuclear industry. T-10 being 10 weeks before the execution work week. The table shows the percentages for T-10 through T-00. The columns show execution workweek indicators (from T-10 to T-00) and workweeks. shown in the table as T-00. select Industry Standards. For example. This is determined by taking the last two digits of the year and attaching the week number to the end. 108 .

click Dashboards. For each day the table shows columns for:  Scheduled activities  Completed activities  Percentage of scheduled activities which were completed Click on a week name to see a table showing only that week.Industry Samples Dashboard 3) On the Industry Standards dashboard. click the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. Subject Areas Work Planning On-Line Daily Schedule Adherence Section Purpose This pivot table shows schedule adherence. expand the On-Line Daily Schedule Adherence section. On the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. 4) On the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. Location 1) 2) 3) 4) On the Home page. The first column in the table lists the values of the Team activity code. click the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. On the Industry Standards dashboard. The remaining columns group data per day and provide totals on the last row. Subject Areas Burn Down 109 . select Industry Standards. expand the Work Planning T+1 Critique section. Under Primavera. broken down by team.

click the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. 4) On the Routine/On-Line Maintenance page. Select the week to view from the Week Name list. Click on a bar or point to show the data in table form. expand the Schedule Compliance section. click Dashboards. Subject Areas Burn Down 110 . Original Schedule and Not Completed.P6 Analytics Sample Dashboards Reference Manual Schedule Compliance Section Purpose This bar-line graph shows scheduled compliance for the selected week. on the right. select Industry Standards. 3) On the Industry Standards dashboard. on the left. Location 1) On the Home page. 2) Under Primavera. and Total Scheduled  A line for Original Schedule Compliance percentage The x-axis is day. The line-bar graph shows:  Bars Original Schedule and Completed. labeled as month/date/year. is number of activities. Emergent and Completed. The y-axis for the line. The y-axis for the bars. is schedule compliance percent. Original Schedule Compliance percentage measures the number of activities which were completed against the number which were scheduled to complete.

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