Meaningful Measures

August 8, 2004 by · Comment
Filed under: Process, Project management 

Look at any car’s dashboard today, and you will find the same set of core indicators. The primary element is always a speedometer, followed by a less prominent fuel gauge and odometer, after which the information tapers off quickly. There may be a temperature gauge or just a couple of ‘idiot lights’, there might be a tachometer, there may be tire pressure indicators, possibly a few others. While there is a trend these days to increase the information available to the driver (not unlike the trend of adding features to already bloated desktop applications), the important elements of a dashboard really haven’t changed for years. Read more

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