Scorecards are a great way to create a bird's eye view of your company's operational goals and key business metrics. This blog post will show you how to leverage secure embed to seamlessly combine scorecards from across multiple workspaces in the same Power BI app.
With data flowing from every corner of an organization, it is easy to get lost in a sea of information where key data points are sprinkled across scattered reports and dashboards. Goals is a new Power BI feature that helps individuals, teams, and organizations keep track of their most important business metrics and objectives, packaged in a seamless experience anyone can use. To that end, we have introduced a new artifact type in Power BI called a “scorecard”. Scorecards hold a cohesive set of goals, presented in one unified view. A goal represents a single metric over time, which can be entered manually or automatically refreshed from an existing Power BI report.
If this sounds new to you, I encourage you to read through this introduction, discover everything you can do with Power BI Goals and what’s on our roadmap. Then, create your first scorecard and read on!
Example of a scorecard for the fictional Northwind company