**Description: **

A measure provides objective insight into a performed process so to take corrective actions if the measure deviates significantly from the plan.

The tool propose to describe the measure but also to archive its values at the end of the process/project so to build an « organization measurement repository ». This repository is used for capitalization.

**Associations****: **

Allowed
parents:
dual

Allowed
Children:
/

Associations:
activity

**Attributes****: **

**Description:**- Description: objective of the measure, specification of the measure, collect procedure, analyze guideline, to who the measure is communicated...

- prefilled: prefilled with subchapters title - as defined in the translation file (refer to Parameters)

**Unit:**- Description: unit of the measure if any

- Possible values: free

**Picture:**

- Description: picture of the graphical representation of the measure

**Hyperlink:**

- Description: hyperlink to the external repository where measures are stored

**Calculate average:**- Description: Boolean defining if average of the measures should be calculated for all the projects (relevant only if measure is numeric)

**Calculate standard deviation:**- Description: Boolean defining if standard deviation of the measures should be calculated for all the projects (relevant only if measure is numeric)

**Calculate median:**- Description: Boolean defining if median value of the measures should be calculated for all the projects (relevant only if measure is numeric)

**Include planned value:**- Description: Boolean defining if project planned value should be associated to the project real value

**Generated elements:**

The html page is completely generated. All written text will be overwritten.

The following elements will be generated:

- Description of the measure
- Picture of the graphical representation of the measure (if provided)
- Hyperlink to the external repository where measures are stored (if provided)
- Unit of the measure
- List of measure for all the projects (including project name, project type, project department, value, planned value (if planned value included), interpretation comment)
- Measure average (if selected)
- Measure standard deviation (if selected)
- Measure median (if selected)

Eunomia Process Builder, the Business Process
Modeling Tool (BPM tool) |
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http://www.eunomia-process.com/ |
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