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Score Calculation on YTD Target Vs YTD Actual

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Can we have Score Calculation w.r.t. YTD Target Vs YTD Actual Values instead on Monthly Actual & Target. This requires one more additional column YTD Score. How to configure this requirement.

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SriG

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 03:57 PM

    Sri,

    If you switch the selector to latest year (to date) this will happen automatically.

    If you wanted to add an additional column into the scorecard to show this, it looks like this would be a customisation which would be difficult in SSM 10.0. The list of additional period columns available to add to the scorecard via Scorecard Defaults includes Current Year but this delivers a 12 month figure not a year to date figure.

    I have added an enhancement request (Add Current Year to date to period options in scorecard D11971) to the Ideas Place that you can vote for!

    Regards

    Colin


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    • Sri,

      In the UI Strings you can filter so changes only apply the one component of SSM eg just scorecards but not Initiatives, but you cannot say that the label in scorecard in Context X is this and the same label in Scorecard y is that.

      Theoretically you could do that by using different system meta-databases but that is a whole different discussion and should only be used with very careful thought - certainly not to get round the issue you are describing.

      One of the principles of SSM is the development of alignment in understanding of the goals and objectives of the organisation and a contributory part of that is a consistency of presentation.

      Regards

      Colin

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