iMIS Dashboards are a highly visible way for managing your organization's continuous performance improvement programs. Dashboards assist your organization in providing quick and easy access to information with regards to key metrics. Providing dashboards on your sites keep your staff and members well-informed and moving forward on performance improvement.
This workshop will provide you with an extension of existing knowledge and examples to create and maintain your own iMIS Dashboards.
This instructor-led online demonstration will show you how Dashboards can be a way for you to measure and move your organization forward as a starting point.
How you will benefit
You will be able to:
- Use progress trackers to set goals and targets
- Create missing data alerts
- Create new dashboards with trackers, charts and query menu items
This class is ideally suited for staff and leadership involved in reporting and continuous performance improvement.
While this program is designed for users of iMIS Cloud Enterprise (300), iMIS Cloud Professional (100/200) and iMIS 2017.
Note: The times listed for this class are based on Australia Eastern Time (either Standard or Day Light Savings in Melbourne). Please be sure to keep this in mind if you live in another timezone.
From North America, this class is later in the evening but also a day earlier than what is listed (generally about 6pm to 8pm if you live on the East Coast on the day before the given date). From UK, this class is later in the evening (generally about 2300 or 0100 if you live in London). You are welcome to attend but in order to receive the benefits of the class, you will need to be in attendance. Details for accessing this At Your Desk class will be emailed to you approximately 24 hours before the start of the class.
Reminder: This session will be recorded, and the recording will be made available to all attendees. By registering for and attending the session, you give permission to ASI to record, reproduce and distribute the audio/video recordings from this training session. This session should be considered a public forum.