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Reports Overview

An overview of analytics reports available in LeanKit. 

LeanKit provides analytic capabilities to help you measure the performance of your process or value stream. This information is valuable in understanding waste or inefficiencies, identifying bottlenecks, and measuring improvements.

To view an individual board's analytics:

  • Click the chart icon in the top menu bar.
  • In the drop-down menu below Activity Stream you can choose from a list of available reports.
  • Select which analytics feature you would like to view.

Note: Not all reports shown here will be available in all LeanKit accounts.

 

These reports provide the information needed to ensure maximum performance of your process. While on a specific report's screen you can easily access the other reports via the same menu under the chart icon.

 

SPEED

Speed report

Cycle Time ("How long does it take us to complete cards?") demonstrates the average amount of time that a work item takes to be processed through the system, i.e. from start to finish. This measurement can be calculated over a given time period to demonstrate increases or decreases in the average amount of time required to process work items. Tracking the average cycle time over a period of time can help you evaluate the effectiveness of system improvements or the detrimental effect of changes to the system like taking on more WIP. Understanding your Cycle/Lead time can also help to provide estimates of future work items.

The Process Control Diagram ("Where do we need to focus our improvement efforts?") demonstrates the variability of cycle times for work items that are moving through your process. This diagram allows you to monitor changes in variability, look for outliers, and drill down into specific cards to investigate root causes.

 

FLOW/FORECAST 

Flow report

Flow report

Cumulative Flow Diagrams show the relative amount of work in progress for each lane over time. Variations in the width of the colored bands in the chart indicate either more or less work in that lane over time. Widening bands often represent bottleneck situations. The amount of work in process is also a good predictor of the remaining cycle time.

 

DISTRIBUTION 


The Distribution Diagrams show the current distribution of cards with on the board by lane, priority, type, assigned user, or custom icon. These snapshots provide a quick overview of the how work items are distributed within the system and how much of your capacity is dedicated to different types of work.

 

EFFICIENCY 

Efficiency report

When designing your LeanKit board, you can assign each lane a lane type of either "Ready", "In Process", or "Done". The Efficiency Report shows how much of your work-in-process is sitting in each of those states. Understanding how much of your work is actively being worked on (in an "In Process" lane) vs. how much is sitting and waiting in a queue somewhere in the process can help you to understand long-term trends in how you handle work in progress, and how it effects the efficiency of your process.

 

BURNDOWN

Burndown

The Burndown chart in LeanKit helps teams that have a specific amount of work to complete in a specific period of time visualize their progress and answer the question, “Are we on track to complete the planned work by the deadline/end of this iteration/sprint?" It also helps to understand the impact of unplanned work

The Burndown chart classifies included cards as either planned work or unplanned work.

  • Planned work is any card that existed in the selected start lane(s) on the selected start date.
  • Unplanned work is defined as any card that is added to the start lane(s) after the start date and before the end date.
  • The ideal burndown trend is the pace at which planned work would need to be completed in order to complete the planned work by the end date.

 

PLANNED PERCENT COMPLETE ("PPC") 

PPC

LeanKit's Planned Percent Complete (PPC) chart compares the planned finish date to the actual finish date to determine whether the item was finished early, on time, or late.

It answers the question, "For the items with a planned finish date of this date, what percentage were completed by the end of this date?"

NOTE: If the cards on your board do not have planned finish dates, the PPC chart is unlikely to prove useful to you.

For each day between the start and end dates, Planned Percentage Complete chart displays the percentage of cards that were completed either early or on time, and plots the trend of these percentages.

It also includes a bar chart, where cards are tallied on their planned finish date and according to whether they were completed early, on time, or late.

The table at the bottom of the report includes all the cards represented in the report, their actual/planned start/finish dates, the number of days off from their planned finish, and the color coded Card Status for each.

 

 

 

 

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