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Project impact

What is the impact of a Project?

The impact of a Project is measured by the sum of the impacts of all Improvements completed as a part of the Project.

 

How do I view the impact of a Project?

Open the Project:



  • Click  in the action bar.

 

What can I learn from the impact page?

 

Along the top of the screen, you can see a status bar of all the Improvements in the Project. Clicking on the color bars will open a list of all the Project's Improvements that are in the corresponding status.

  • Blue = New

  • Light green = Planned

  • Green = Active

  • Dark green = Resolution Submitted

  • Red = Overdue

  • Black = Completed

  • Gray = Deferred

 

Below the status bar is the monetary impact of the Project, including:

  • Cost Savings

  • Revenue Generation

  • Soft Savings - how much you've saved through time savings


The donut chart tells you how many Improvements resulted in change, no change, your organization's customized third option.

  • Clicking the green section of the donut will display all the "change" outcomes in the bar chart.

  • Clicking the gray section of the donut will display all the "no change" reasons in the bar chart.

  • Clicking the dark gray section of the donut will display all the third option - in the above example, this is called "Unknown" - reasons in the bar chart.

  • Click "Total Completed" below the donut to open a list of all completed Improvements from this Project.


The bar chart tells you how many Improvements have resulted in each of the change, no change, or third option outcomes.

  • Clicking one of the bars will open a list of all the Improvements from this Project that resulted in that outcome.

  • Clicking "Total ____" beneath the bar chart will open a list of all the Improvements from this Project that resulted in the selected outcome type - change, no change, or third option.

 

Pro Tip: If there are lots of Improvements that don’t result in a change, either the participants or the leaders need more coaching.

 

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