Section 002, Instructor: Sezgin Ayabakan

In-Class Exercise 8.1: Identifying Key Performance Indicators

Here is the exercise.

Comment under this thread. One comment from each team. One KPI and how it relates to the SMART criteria.

12 Responses to In-Class Exercise 8.1: Identifying Key Performance Indicators

  • TBD (Phil, Melissa, Matt, Shayna, Christia): number of group meetings missed/attended

  • -How much time did they put into the project
    -How much work did they do

  • Communication- Students communicate punctually within 24 hours of initial contact.

  • Fours’s Company: Time logged on project.
    It is specific and measurable as you can see the time worked on a document and it is quantifiable. It is also reliant to the project as the time put in should be equal to effort given. You can also track it over a period of time.

  • Team name: Datanova

    KPI: “The length of time each member spend to support team project for each week.”

    Specific: Each memeber spend their individual time to support team project each week.
    Mearsureable: The length of time.
    Achieveable: Each person spend time on team project.
    Revelent: The longer team each memeber contribute, the better may the result comes.
    Time based: “Each week” is time based and can be measured with “days” and “week.”

  • Our 3 KPIs for group work are:

    1. Amount of time contributed to researching

    It is specific in that time is a measurable object, and it is also time-phased because it measures time. It is measurable because time is a measurement of time passed. It is achievable because it is a reasonable way to contribute to the project. It is relevant because it shows effort put into the project.

    -The Fab Five

  • Hours that spend on the team project each week. Specific and measurable time, time phase is each week. The time we spend is related to the success of the projects

  • Group members: Will and Erin Buckley

    KPI: Number of hours spent working on the project each week.

    Specific: Provides a clear goal and understanding of what we are trying to measure
    Measurable: It measures the length of time
    Achievable: How much time that person spends on a project
    Relevant: With more time spent on the project, results and the overall project will be better
    Time: The goal is measured by week or by days

  • The KPI for our group C.A.S is: “Number of tasks finished per day by each group member” It is specific and measurable by the number of tasks, achievable so each group member will only do number of tasks from the whole project, relevant to the project and finally time phased per day.

  • Ryan Northey and Will Bolendz
    KPI: Number of times gone to group meetings
    Specific: Detailed and easy to measure
    Measurable: Easy just to count how many times a student goes to the group meetings
    Achievable: You can achieve this data by counting the number of times a student attends the group meetings
    Relevant: Helps see how engaged the student is in the project
    Time phased: Number of times gone to group meetings is a measurement over time

  • Team Chill
    KPI: Number of hour working on the project and times go to the meeting
    Specific: How much work and time they spent for the team project.
    Measurable: Measure the length of time they spent on the meeting.
    Achievable: The time they spend on the project.
    Relevant: The more time they spent on the meeting and the more work they give for the team project the better the contribution.
    Time-Based: Can be told by weeks or days.

  • How much a person communicates between the group.
    How much one contributes to the assignment.

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