The Dashboard Spy

March 30, 2006

IT Project Management Dashboard – defect tracking, change management

Filed under: Dashboard Screenshots — dashboardspy @ 10:20 am

Nice dashboards, right? We continue this series of IT consulting engagement management / application development enterprise dashboard series from http://www.itcsoftware.com/art-globalsoftwaremgtIntro.htm. In this post, we take a look at the defect tracking and change request screens.

This screenshot show the entry of a programming defect. It is straight-forward and has fields for description, severity, dependencies, assignment to a project resource, comments, etc.

business dashboard screenshot

This screenshot is the edit mode for a change request. It has fields for impact, cost, priorty, etc.

Enterprise dashboard screenshot

So what or who is The Dashboard Spy? As his about page states, The Dashboard Spy is just a guy interested in the design of enterprise dashboards. He could not find any executive dashboard design source books (or even screenshots of real business dashboards) and so set about creating his own. Finally convinced to post his extensive collection of dashboard screenshots online, he was amazed to find how popular it has become. If you have a nice screenshot of a digital dashboard, balanced scorecard, or any business intelligence graphic to share, please send an email to info _at_ dashboardspy.com. Also check out The Dashboard Spy's favorite books.

1 Comment »

  1. Hello Dashboard Spy. I enjoy your blog about financial dashboards and . It is good to see such information. I have been studying this topic for many months now and am glad to see so many examples. I will visit your site often.

    I was very interested in seeing your post about “KPI Requirements for Dashboard Projects – Using the KPI information dashboards”. Thank you for the information about this dashboard topic. There is a dashboard project at work about this subject.

    The information dashboards graphic is very nice. I like the colors and the questions are very interesting – What Question? Who’s Asking, Why is it Important, etc. I think it is very good. I also like the layout of the screen. I have a question about the boxes on the right side. Is the user supposed to type the answers to the questions into the boxes?

    Comment by saibaba — November 21, 2007 @ 11:15 pm


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