This is Part 4 of a 4-Part On-Demand Video (ODV) series that details how to quickly stage a combined data set (Portfolio Data Repository) from many individual project status reports and display this data in a meaningful visual within Microsoft PowerBI.
Part 1: An overview of the course scenario with a detailed overview of the project status report template used in this scenario.
Part 2: An overview of the Portfolio Data Repository with a tutorial of how to configure this for auto population for each project.
Part 3: An overview of the Microsoft PowerBI visual and how to configure Microsoft PowerBI to automatically take the data from your Portfolio Data Repository and render the data into a meaningful visual.
Part 4: An overview of taking the data from Microsoft PowerBI, Importing in PowerPoint and an overview of go forward weekly data reporting procedures.
Viewers of this video series will greatly benefit from the purchase of the Executive Dashboard Training Pack, which is available for $4.99 from the Online Store on pmfortoday.com. This pack comes complete with the same templates and data sets used in the video. This allows users to perform the same actions as the presenter as they view the video.
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