A well prepared reporting is decisive for the further course of a project and therefore plays an essential role.

In your PowerPoint reporting, you will initially find an overview slide for each project and for the individual packages within your project, but these follow the same structure. On each individual slide you will now find certain elements which are explained in more detail below.

  • Hub (Project Slide): The name of the hub where the project is managed.

  • Project (Package slide): The name of the project in which the package is managed.

  • Responsible User: The responsible user that has been defined in the profile of the project/package.

  • Effects: Displays the traffic light for the degree of achievement of the specific effect selected in the project/package profile.

  • Schedule: Displays the traffic light for the degree of achievement of the activities in the project/package.

  • Duration (Plan): The planned duration of the project/package, which is calculated from the period of the first and last planned activity of the project/package.

  • Duration (Actual): The actual duration of the project/package, calculated from the time period of the first and last actual (/forecast) activity of the project/package.

  • Position: The name of the effect defined in the profile to which the traffic light refers.

  • Total (Plan): Total value for the above-determined position (effect) in Falcon according to plan values, based on the calculation logic defined in Falcon.

  • Total (Actual): Total value for the above position (effect) in Falcon according to actual/forecast values, based on the calculation logic defined in Falcon

  • Total (Delta): Total value for the above-determined position (effect) in Falcon according to the delta between plan and actual/forecast values, based on the calculation logic defined in Falcon.

  • Measures: Number of all measures in the project/package, including paused measures.

  • Involved Users: Number of users with at least one responsibility in the project/package or one measure/activity within the project/package.

  • Open Status Reports: Number of all status reports in the project/package that are not marked as solved.

  • Most Frequent Phase: The phase in which most measures are located, across all measures in the project/package. If there are the same number of measures in several phases, the highest phase is shown here.

  • Activities: Number of all activities in the project/package, including paused activities.

  • Activities (Planned): Number of all activities that have a plan end date in the schedule, excluding paused activities.

  • Activities (Finished): Number of all activities that were marked as completed in the schedule by a check mark, excluding paused activities.

  • Activities (Delayed): Number of all activities that are at least 1 day behind schedule according to the schedule - regardless of their traffic light color, excluding paused activities.

Finished activities Graph:

  • X-axis: always refers to 6 periods in the past, the current period and 6 periods in the future. The actual period is in the middle. If there are no activities in the past, the actual period is shifted to the left, so that there is more visibility into the future.

  • Y-axis: Plan (cum): Number of activities that should be completed according to plan in the respective period (cum). Actual (cum): Number of planned activities that were actually completed in the respective period (cum) (Note: The delay tolerance is taken into account).

Effect Graph:

  • Always refers to the selected target position (effect) in Falcon.

  • X-axis: similar to the graph "Finished Activities": Only created periods are shown, the scaling is according to the selection in Falcon.

  • Y-axis: Plan and actual values for the selected position in the format set in Falcon (for example: €k).

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