You’ve spent countless hours preparing a great executive dashboard for your organization. After a few months, you realize that no one is using it.
While you don’t receive any complaints about the dashboard, you also don’t receive any praise. It may feel like a literal gut punch when you went to great efforts to deliver what the organization said was needed.
You should be concerned when no one is complaining or asking for dashboard modifications. When a dashboard is providing value, the users have improvement ideas or want to see even more information. You should strive for a functional dashboard that drives organizational action. When this happens, the business understands the value of being data-driven.
Here are the most common dashboard adoption issues – and how to overcome them.
A dashboard is a business investment and a useful executive management tool. Treat it as such.
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