Measuring of Project Deliverables

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Oana Boteanu Staff asked 5 years ago

This KPI indicator is used for measuring of Project Deliverable, whether it has been achieved on-time or not. The formula that is being used is required.

KPI Units: %

KPI Time Frame: update once a month

Thank you for your request. Our project management category can be of great help in your case, as it has a wide range of KPIs on managing project deliverables. For your convenience I will include below in this post all the links to the relevant KPIs.

To start with, you can measure goals achieved versus goals planned:

Out of this formula you can identify how many goals you achieved, e.g. 80%, or how much of backlog you have in deliverables.
See also:

See our article on using Project Management KPIs. It can be used to any type of work, including IT.

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