An extensive view of the details of all running projects on one dashboard, monitoring performance and customer response in real-time.
Before starting the course make sure:
- You are familiar with the other sections of the workbench.
- You know how to work with Grafana.
- Have perfect understanding of your prediction needs
Learn more about the Gafana dashboards:
Keep up to speed with the work happening across business pillars. Keeping track of employee, model, and project performance all in one place, all while being able to update predictions. Throughout the entire data science journey, monitoring is the key to success.
Using dashboards, monitoring of customer engagement in real-time gives you a view of how successful new prediction implementations are. Monitor the progress of deployed models and the successes of specific customer outcomes. Enhancing overall management of prediction project success, with a constantly updating view of performance.
For every prediction project deployed in the ecosystem.Ai workbench, progress and performance can be tracked.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a prediction project?
Prediction is something that is deduced from existing or given set of facts. It is like an assumption of a pattern or a cycle that you have based on certain given and existing facts. Prediction projects focus on managing all the steps to achieve a reliable outcome.
How do you need a dashboard?
6 Reasons You Need A Management Dashboard
1. It helps you manage the complexity of running a business, municipality, or nonprofit.
An organization “lives” in different departments. For example, if you’re running a municipality, your parks and recreation, public safety, and HR departments all have different data that would fit into a municipal dashboard. Thus, leadership teams from these departments typically come in with competing priorities. A management dashboard can help you understand what is important for the organization as a whole by pulling up the critical few items that will make a difference in your organization. The same goes for a bank or manufacturing organization. Each department is “competing” for scarce resources, and so it is important to have a full view of the organization’s overall priorities.
2. It allows you to consolidate information from across your organization.
Each department or division is responsible for managing their own information—but all of that information leads back to one strategy for the organization. Simply sending out a file every once in awhile to each department isn’t going to cut it. To keep every department constantly updated (and available for viewing in a number of different ways), you’ll need a management dashboard.
3. With it, you can pull key information from all software applications into one place.
Most organizations have software for finances, customer relationship management (CRM), human resources (HR), process transactions, project management, and more. These applications give the organization a detailed platform for each specific function, but it’s still imperative to have one place that you can pull key information over to. And that’s where a management dashboard comes in handy!
4. It allows you instant access to critical information.
In the past, management dashboards were printed monthly or weekly and kept in a briefcase. With the pace of business today, you need a live and consistently updated dashboard. This strategic information should be constantly accessible from your tablet, phone, or laptop. (It’s critical to consider this access when thinking about how you will manage your dashboard.)
5. It gives you a clear picture of how you’re doing with your key projects.
Some people see dashboards simply as a key set of measures. But in our experience, you’ll also want to be able to see how your projects are doing along the way and whether the things you’re doing to influence and affect those projects are having the targeted effect you’re hoping for. (Having a view that shows the status, percentage complete, and key milestones of the project is a nice improvement to a management dashboard.)
6. It helps you follow through on your management meetings and action items.
When designed correctly, your dashboard should show your action items from previous executive team meetings. This helps you see whether or not your teams are following through on important action items. Without this, you will be wasting a lot of time in management meetings repeating recommendations and not seeing any follow through. (Be sure to look for this functionality when you select dashboard software!)