Dashboards in LINQ

There are 2 dashboard views in LINQ that you can take advantage of. These are accessed from the top menu bar or directly from your sketch view in LINQ Explorer;



The first is a Balanced Scorecard view of the data held behind your LINQ sketch.

This allows you to order your data according to Value and Cost and interrogate the Information, Action, System and People nodes within your sketch. The data is organised by Value LINQset and all elements are connected to your sketch enabling quick navigation to areas of interest;


The data in this dashboard can be exported to Excel using the Download Source button. In Excel you can create charts and graphs to include in reports you may need to provide.

The second dashboard is the People view.

This takes the information you have recorded about People enabling the flow of information through your Information Supply Chains and constructs insights based on their cost, the actions they perform, the systems they use and how they contribute to your business outcomes.

Once you have selected a Person from the dropdown you will see an array of content helping you to discover what People really do inside your business. 


Overview graphics provide you with clear insight into what People do in the business and indicate the highest value, cost and duration of actions performed;


The People Pivot show you which actions People perform and how those enable your business outcomes;


All of the data in the dashboard links to your sketch so you can easily navigate back to the supply chain view;


Dashboards and the insights they deliver are key to LINQ and these are just the start.

We would love to hear your feedback on the 2 that we have provided, understand how you are using them and hear any ideas you may have for the continued evolution of them. Please get in touch.

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