As an enterprise architect, you may want to measure the impact of projects on applications and domains, in order to measure suitability with the corporate vision. This article shows you how to do that using the Project Fact Sheet.
The Project Fact Sheet is one of our ten main fact sheet types, according to our data model. Projects are used to manage or build budgets, see project status and show project impact on application portfolio and their affected user groups.
In addition, orders from each provider can be managed to get a good overview of the budget status. Cost center and controlling reports very often show valuable information only after the fact events, so it is preferable to keep a “real-time” eye on where you spend your money.
- Go to Inventory and click New Fact Sheet in the right hand menu
- Select Project as Fact Sheet Type and enter a name for your project
- Complete Fact Sheet Information, Dependencies, Project Environment, Project Setup and Project Status
Go to Inventory and select the Project Fact Sheet type.
In the Reporting section you have several Project Reports:
Your entry point into Project reporting, the Project Portfolio Report allows you to visualize and act based on Project Risk vs. Business Value.
This report lets you visualize Project Costs next to their corresponding lifecycles.
This report gives you an overview on Project and their relations to Business Capabilities. Here you can get different insights depending on the View you select.
Here you can dive even deeper into your Projects' data, by selecting two axes and a drilldown relation (i.e. Applications), in addition to several views available.
Once you have selected the desired View, go to Settings and tweak your report based on what you need to drill down on.
This view is very useful when you want to compare all your Projects' Lifecycles.
Updated 5 months ago