Creating a KPI Chart
Measuring the success of your digital workplace starts with a plan. Without a plan, there is no way to measure success. Building a plan may seem daunting, but here is a simple five-step approach to get you started, something we call a KPI Chart:
- Define your focus—corporate-wide, team-based, or solution-specific.
- Choose your primary KPI. We recommend choosing one key business challenge to focus on.
- Define measurable goals and objectives that align with the business challenge you're focusing on.
- Create and deploy engagement programs to help you reach your goals.
- Leverage reporting and analytics to measure and analyze your success.
Determining your measurement tools
Once you've built your KPI Chart, it's time to figure out what tools you are going to use to measure engagement. Here are the three most popular tools used by our customers to measure engagement:
1. Workplace Analytics
Using Igloo's built-in Workplace Analytics, you can address the most common questions asked by digital workplace managers and administrators.
- Find your champions: Watch membership growth and identify behavioral archetypes such as creators, contributors, and consumers, and recognize the leaders in those categories. Then empower those leaders to increase uptake by sharing the value they’re realizing from the digital workplace.
- Identify your popular content: Understand what content people are consuming and engaging with most. Perhaps there is an area that’s getting a lot of views, likes, and comments, but it requires updating. Gain insight into engagement behaviors so you can fix problem areas and make sure you’re prioritizing the right content.
- Monitor overall health: Identify and track all types of activity over time, such as content that’s added and removed, as well as views, likes, comments, ratings, and more. Doing this lets you find areas of strength and weakness so you can adjust your digital workplace strategy for the long-term.
2. Visualization Tools
- Understand user flow: Get data on overall traffic, the relationships between pages, and the paths people take to get what they need, or to do their work. Having this understanding will help you optimize your navigation and information architecture.
- Assess page quality: Look at data such as time-on-page, bounce rates, and heat maps for clicks, scrolling, and user attention, to evaluate the overall quality of the individual solutions and pages you’ve configured. This information will help you make the right changes as they are needed.
- Know where and how people are engaging: Leverage analytics to learn more about your users’ geography, and what devices and browsers they’re using so you can tailor your content and how it’s delivered.
3. Data Feeds (custom reporting)
Igloo Data Feeds provide the utmost flexibility in custom reporting, and they’re compatible with all Business Intelligence tools that support OData v4, including Microsoft Power BI and Excel.
- Put all data on the table: With permissions to Igloo Data Feeds, you can extract any piece of data that is tracked and stored within the Igloo data warehouse. That means you can create reports tailored to your specific needs using your favorite tools.
- Compare behaviors and performance: Use your favourite visualization tool to draw in data points from multiple apps and systems. You can also compare behaviors and performance across your entire digital environment.
- Leverage pre-built report tables: To support you in building meaningful reports and visualizations, you’ll have access to a variety of report tables that aggregate data and make it easier to consume.
Learn more about choosing the right tools to measure digital workplace success.
Video - Igloo Workplace Analytics
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