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I really like the BPX platform because it offers the ideal technological platform for our KPI wiki. However, having worked with it for some months now, revealed some shortcomings as well, one of which being the navigation. While navigating to a certain KPI from the KPI homepage was relatively easy, the way back was really not straight forward.

We discussed this issue with one of our UI designers (Jackson Mathai) and he came up with an excellent proposal. Since our KPIs fall into 4 groups he suggested to have a little navigation on top of each content page linking to the respective KPI area. Hence, there are 5 buttons in total. 4 for the KPI areas plus a fifth button linking to KPI home:

 

My first impression is that it makes navigation much more intuitive and easier. But I would be interested in your feedback as well. What do you think about it?

Regards,

Nadim 

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  1. Marilyn Pratt
    Wow, you inspired me to try my hand at this as well.  Kartik Iyengar launched an ROI Calculator for the BPX Community in the wiki and I tried to follow your lead and add some menu/navigation aides.  Inversely your comments would be helpful.  I enjoyed what you did with your tabs and buttons.
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    1. Nadim Razvi Post author
      Hi Marylin,

      I think that the navigation inside the ROI calculator is very helpful. Navigating to the subsequent step is straight foward. However, I’d assume that it would be possible to navigate one step back as well, which is not possible with the new navigation buttons at present. Maybe that’s worth a thought.

      Regards,
      Nadim

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  2. Guido Brune
    Hello,

    good to have a catalog of KPI’s.

    Which are the instrument to define KPI’s in a concrete context? Can instrument of requirements
    management be used?

    All the best,

    Guido

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    1. Nadim Razvi Post author
      Hi Guido,

      thanks for your feed-back. The goal of the wiki is to find the right KPI definitions in general. It is about defining the common KPI language.

      I am not quite sure whether I entirely got your point. Could you please refine your question. What exactly do you mean by “instrument of requirements management”?
      Regards,

      Nadim

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    1. Nadim Razvi Post author
      Hi Muthu,

      I fully agree that we should improve the navigation and the structure of the KPI wiki. The first step to it was the navigation buttons. As a second step we could now work on the categorization as proposed by you. I saw your proposals of KPI categories and levels.
      Could you make some examples. E.g. take a few KPIs and state, which categroy and which level they should be assigned to. We would then think about the implementation.

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