I am tasked to create an enterprise level “Report Card” for help tickets processed by staff. There are a few hundred groups, and so the report would have a user selected parameter to select a group and a date parameter. Results would be for each staff member in the group. All of the data is freely available in the ticket engine, there are no significant privacy concerns (in house), anyone would be able to view the report but the target audience is first line management.
I have a couple of similar requests from differing areas of a large organization, and I have established KPI (Key Performance Indicators) reports based on industry standards that would be benchmark for each metric. Each KPI is a unique report,
Different KPI have different spans (Week, Month, Quarter), and they are at the enterprise to group level.
Because all of these different metrics will be displayed on a common “Report Card” by group we need to pick a single data range to report. By its nature this report will be used to measure daily performance of staff.
Report format is defined by span so it must be standardized
My Question is what span is going to be most useful/appropriate in this situation? It seems like it should be a week, but good arguments could be made for a month or even three months as well. Is a week the best choice? Are there studies or solid arguments for a different period?