1. Project Management

10+ Delivery KPIs

Timeliness and efficiency in the delivery of project components are crucial for the overall success of any project. This segment of KPIs focuses on understanding and optimizing the workflows and processes involved in moving from one project milestone to another. By tracking these, project managers can gauge the effectiveness of their project schedules, resource allocations, and workflows, enabling them to make necessary adjustments for smoother project execution.

Batch Size #

Batch Size pertains to the number of tasks or deliverables processed as a group.

Cycle Time

Cycle Time calculates the time taken to complete a task once it has started, in hours or days.

Lead Time

Lead Time gauges the duration taken from the initiation of a project task to its completion, in hours or days.

Process Efficiency %

Process Efficiency quantifies the value-added time in a process against the total lead time.

Queue Size #

Queue Size represents the number of tasks awaiting commencement in a project.

Rate of Overdue Project Tasks %

Acts as an alarm for project delays and inefficiencies by denoting the percentage of tasks overdue.

Rate of Projects On Time %

Indicating the fraction of projects completed within their stipulated timelines, this KPI is paramount for assessing team efficiency and project management prowess.

Rate of Projects with High Risk Profile %

Identifies the percentage of projects deemed as high-risk.

Rate of Understaffed Projects %

Highlights the percentage of projects lacking adequate staff.

Resource Availability Rate %

Resource Availability Rate reveals the proportion of resources, like manpower and equipment, accessible for project tasks.

Total Deviation of Time in Projects

Total Deviation of Time sums the disparities between planned and actual timelines for all project tasks.

Work In Progress (WIP) #

Work In Progress (WIP) measures the number of tasks or deliverables currently being worked on within a project.