Use the Metrics template to describe the measurements you have used or will use to determine whether or not your project or your organization is successful. For example, to determine the success of an ongoing business venture, you might create a Return on Investment (ROI) report each quarter; to determine whether a manufacturing project is meeting its goals, you might check the numbers of products rolling off the assembly line each day; to determine whether a political campaign is gaining support, you might look at poll numbers.
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Writing the Metrics document
Use this template to describe the measurements you have used or will use to determine whether or not your project or your organization is successful. For example to determine the success of an ongoing business venture you might create Return on Investment report each quarter; to determine whether manufacturing project is meeting its goals you might check the numbers of products rolling off the assembly line each day; to determine whether political campaign is gaining support you might look at poll numbers. Introduce the topic of this page here and explain why metrics are important to your project. You may need to remind readers of the stated goals for your project. Then describe below the measurements you will use to determine success or failure. To determine our progress we will use the following metrics. Metric name here e. g. " Quarterly ROI Report" or " Daily Manufacturing Report" Add any necessary details such as who compiled this data how current it is or caveats about its accuracy. Metric name here
Add any necessary details. Metric name here Add any necessary details. Add summary statement here. You might state what you plan to do if metrics show that progress is not as good as it should be. Web site domain URL
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The editable Metrics template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.