The Business continuity dashboard uses a Template that’s populated by Workplace Analytics data to gain insights into how your organization and your employees are being impacted by the shift to remote work.
This dashboard directionally highlights where the shift to remote work might have the largest impacts, offering a measurable starting point for helping leaders understand where they might use tools and processes to support and sustain new ways of working.
The dashboard enables you to visualize and explore the following top-level business questions asked by leaders:
How are collaboration activities changing?
What are the impacts of work-life integration?
Are external relationships being maintained?
Are employees engaged and connected?
How are work patterns evolving?
How can remote work effectiveness be improved?
To populate the dashboard in Power BI, you must set up and successfully run the predefinedBusiness continuityandHourly collaborationqueries in Workplace Analytics. The results of these queries will refresh your downloaded Power BI dashboard on a weekly basis.
After you successfully run these required queries, you'll see the Template as an available download option for the Business continuity query. This template is required to create the dashboard in Power BI. After you download the Template, you can then connect the query data from Workplace Analytics to the dashboard in Power BI.
When the Business continuity dashboard is populated with your data, you can use it to visualize, explore, and report about your organization's workplace patterns and trends.