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 find two slides per measure: one overview of the measure's schedule and one of the effect. On each slide you will now find certain elements which are explained in more detail below.

  • Package: The name of the package in which the measure is listed.

  • Responsible User: The responsible user that was defined in the measure profile.

  • Phase: The currently selected phase of the measure as defined in the profile.

  • Effects: Displays the traffic light indicating the degree of achievement of the specific effect selected in the measure profile.

  • Schedule: Displays the traffic light indicating the degree of achievement of the measure activities.

  • Duration (Plan): The planned duration of the measure, calculated from the time period of the first and last planned activity of the event.

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

  • Latest Status Report: Displays the most recent status report of the measure.

  • Created By: Displays the user who created the most recent status report.

  • Created At: Creation date of the latest status report.

  • Status: Displays whether the status is already resolved or still open.

  • Activities: Number of all activities in the measure, including paused activities.

  • Activities (Planned): Number of all activities that have a plan end date defined 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 (Open): Number of all activities that were not marked as completed (independent of the plan date).

  • 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.

  • Current Activities: shows a current section of the schedule, max. the last two completed activities, then the next 3 activities according to the schedule. If no activity has been completed so far, only open activities are shown.

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)

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