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KPI Dashboard

 

Audience

Purpose

Executive

  • long term strategic
  • high level measures of performance
  • displays that simply present what is going on
  • not real time, static snapshots taken monthly, weekly, or daily
  • no interaction; i.e. no drill down

Analytical

  • static snapshots taken monthly, weekly, or daily
  • support drill down for analysis
  • helps to determine what to investigate
  • not what is going on now, but examine to look/analyse what caused issue under investigation

Operational

  • dyanamic immediate
  • what is going on now
  • grab attention
  • show operations outside of acceptable performance

 

Graphs of Key Performance Indicators

We have divided the KPI dashboard into four sub dashboards.

  1. Warehouse Dashboard
  2. Executive Dashboard
  3. Productivity Dashboard
  4. Nonstock Dashboard

 

Figure

Purpose

Figure 7-Warehouse Dashboard 1.

This is an example of a chart comparing real time productivity rates for all operators.

Figure 8-Warehouse Dashboard 2.

This is an example of a chart showing the number of order lines left to pick at each zone.
 The bottom half shows key performance indictors.  These indicators may be changed for each customer.

Figure 9-Warehouse Dashboard 3.

This is an example of a chart showing combined stats.

  • time remaining per zone
  • order lines left to pick per zone. 
  • key performance indictors
  • individual operator rates.

Figure 10-Executive Dashboard.

This is an example of a charts showing past cummulative numbers for a weekly review meeting.
When management puts into place new processes, they can monitor the progress of the new progress to make sure it is achieving their goals.
For example a new weekly consolidation of skus in multiple locations is put into place.
The weekly chart trend should be downward to show the number skus with multiple locations is going down.
The number of empty locations should be increasing. 

  • Number of SKU's shipped each day
  • Number of SKU's with multiple locations that can be combined
  • Number of Locations with mismatched pref codes
  • Number of difference SKU's shipped
  • Total SKU's in carousel
  • Number of Empty Location

Figure 11-Productivity Dashboard.

This is an example of a charts showing past productivity numbers for a weekly review meeting.

Figure 12-Nonstock Dashboard.

This is an example of a charts showing custom past cummulative numbers for a weekly review meeting.
Non stock refers to skus that are managed by the stockroom, but are not owned by the company;
such as vendor managed skus. 

Figure 7-Warehouse Dashboard 1.

Figure 8-Warehouse Dashboard 2.

Figure 9-Warehouse Dashboard 3.

Figure 10-Executive Dashboard.

Figure 11-Productivity Dashboard.

Figure 12-Nonstock Dashboard.

 

 

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