The metrics that work for the PMO don’t necessarily work for the project manager. Project managers need detailed, real-time information to effectively plan, design, execute, and monitor projects. In addition, team members require personalized metrics to stay on task and on schedule. Metrics should be based on time, cost, resources, scope, quality, and action items. With the proper metrics in place, project managers and other decision makers can prompt improvements and keep the enterprise on track toward its goals.
Why are Metrics Important?
Metrics answer questions. If they answer the right questions, your organization can make informed, intelligent decisions.