PMO Dashboard Portlets for Projects and Programs

The PMO Accelerator offers a variety of program and project pages and portlets. To get started, select from the following dashboard views or page layouts from the properties page of a project or program:
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The PMO Accelerator offers a variety of program and project pages and portlets. To get started, select from the following dashboard views or page layouts from the properties page of a project or program:
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Each view provides a different set of portlets that you can use to analyze program or project information.
To select a dashboard view
  1. Click
    Home
    ,
    Portfolio Management
    and click
    Projects
    or
    Programs
    .
  2. Click a program or project name link.
  3. Open the
    Properties
    menu and select
    Settings
    .
  4. Click the
    Dashboard View
    drop-down menu and select a view.
  5. Save your view and click
    Dashboard
    .
    The selected dashboard page and portlets appear.
PMO-Program Status Page Layout
Use the PMO-Program Status dashboard view to display program variances in cost, schedule, and risk alerts. This page includes the following portlets:
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The PMO-Program Status dashboard displays program variances in cost, schedule, and risk alerts.
Cost and Schedule Overview Portlet
The Cost and Schedule Overview portlet shows metrics, performance indicators, and risk information of each project that is associated to a program. Use this portlet to analyze the performance of ongoing projects.
The Cost and Schedule Overview portlet
The following fields appear on the portlet:
  • Dashboard Icon
    Displays an icon that links to the project dashboard.
  • Project
    Displays the name of the project. Click a project name link to go to the properties page of the project.
  • BAC Cost
    Displays the system-calculated value of baseline at completion, which is the baseline cost at the time of the current baseline revision.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Actual Cost (ACWP)
    Displays the system-calculated value of actual cost of work performed (ACWP), which is the total direct cost incurred in performing work based on posted actuals.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • EAC Cost
    Displays the system-calculated value of estimate at completion, which is the total cost of actual work completed to date and the predicted cost of finishing the remaining work.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Projected Cost Variance
    Displays the variance between the estimated plus actual cost and the baseline cost.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
    Formula
    : ((ETC Cost + Actual Cost (ACWP)) - BAC Cost) 
  • Projected Cost Variance%
    Displays a stoplight indicating the projected cost variance as a percentage of BAC cost.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
    Formula
    : (((ETC Cost + Actual Cost (ACWP)) - BAC Cost) / BAC Cost) * 100
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The EAC cost is less than or equal to the baseline.
    • Yellow. The EAC cost is between one and ten percent over baseline.
    • Red. The EAC cost is more than ten percent over baseline.
    • White. A baseline does not exist.
  • Start
    Displays the start date of the project.
  • Finish
    Displays the finish date of the project.
  • Baseline Finish
    Displays the baseline finish date of the project.
  • Schedule %
    Displays a stoplight indicating days late as a percentage of the project timeframe, which is finish date minus start date. The calculation takes into account the project progress and baseline (if a baseline exists). The color of the stoplight indicates if the project is on schedule or late.
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The project is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The project is between one and ten percent late.
    • Red. The project is more than ten percent late.
    • White. The schedule percentage is undefined.
  • Days Late
    Displays the number of days late considering the following:
    • Whether or not a baseline exists
    • Project progress
    If a baseline exists, then days late is calculated as project finish date minus baseline finish date. A positive number indicates that the project is late according to the baseline. A negative number indicates that it is early according to the baseline.
    If a baseline exists and the project finish date is the same as the baseline finish date, then the project is considered late if it is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus project finish date.
    If there is no baseline, then days late is calculated if the project is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus project finish date.
  • Risk
    Displays a stoplight based on the project risk score. The project risk score determines the color of the stoplight.
    • Stoplights:
    • Green (0 through 33). The project is low risk.
    • Yellow (34 through 67).The project is medium risk.
    • Red (68 through 100). The project is high risk.
  • High Priority Risks
    Displays the total number of high-priority risks. Risks are not included if their status is “Resolved” or “Closed”.
  • High Priority Issues
    Displays the total number of high-priority issues. Issues are not included if their status is “Resolved” or “Closed”.
  • High Priority Changes
    Displays the total number of high-priority change requests. Change requests are not included if their status is “Resolved” or “Closed”.
The following aggregated amounts appear at the bottom of the portlet:
  • Project
    Displays the total BAC cost, actual cost (ACWP), EAC cost, and projected cost variance for the projects associated to the program.
  • Program
    Displays the program budget cost.
  • Variance
    Displays the difference between the program budget and total project EAC costs. A negative variance value indicates the program is over budget.
You can add the following additional fields to this portlet using the configure option:
To configure additional fields in a portlet, see
Personalize a Portlet
under Getting Started with Classic PPM.
  • Baseline Start
    Displays the project baseline start date.
  • Business Alignment
    Displays how well the project aligns to the organization business goal. The higher the business alignment value is, the stronger the alignment.
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green (68 to 100). The project has good alignment with the business.
    • Yellow (34 to 67). The project has average alignment with the business.
    • Red (0 to 34). The project has poor alignment with the business.
    • White. The alignment data is undefined.
  • BAC
    Displays the system-calculated value of the baseline effort (actuals plus remaining ETC) at the time of the current baseline revision.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Actuals
    Displays the system-calculated value of the actual effort posted for the tasks in the project.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • ETC
    Displays the system-calculated value of the estimated effort to complete the project.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • EAC
    Displays the system-calculated value of the estimated effort at completion (actuals plus remaining ETC) of the project.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Projected Effort Variance
    Displays the variance between EAC effort and baseline effort. 
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
    Formula
    : (EAC Effort – BAC Effort) 
  • Projected Effort Variance %
    Displays a stoplight indicating the projected effort variance as a percentage of BAC effort.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
    Formula
    : ((EAC Effort - BAC Effort) / BAC Effort) * 100
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The EAC effort is less than or equal to the baseline.
    • Yellow. The EAC effort is between one and ten percent over the baseline.
    • Red. The EAC effort is more than ten percent over the baseline.
    • White. No baseline data exists.
  • Planned Benefit
    Displays the planned benefit of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
  • Planned Cost
    Displays the planned cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
  • Planned Capital Cost
    Displays the planned capital cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
  • Planned Capital %
    Displays the percentage of the planned capital cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
    Formula:
    (Planned Capital Cost / Planned Cost) * 100.
  • Planned Operating Cost
    Displays the planned operating cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
  • Planned Operating %
    Displays the percentage of the planned operating cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
    Formula:
    (Planned Operating Cost / Planned Cost) * 100
  • Planned Value (BCWS)
    Displays the system-calculated value of budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWS) or the budgeted amount you can spend on the project in a given time. If time is not specified, either the current date for the project or the system date is used. BCWS is also referred to as the planned value (PV).
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Earned Value (BCWP)
    Displays the system-calculated value of budgeted cost of work performed (BCWP). The value is calculated and recorded when you baseline a project, or when you update earned value totals. BCWP is also referred to as the earned value (EV) and represents the amount of baseline cost (BAC) completed based on performance. Performance is measured using the Task EV Calculation method.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Schedule
    Displays a stoplight based on the number of days a project is late, considering the project progress and whether or not a baseline exists for the project. The color of the stoplight indicates if the project schedule is on schedule or late.
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The project is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The project is between one and ten days late.
    • Red. The project is more than ten days late.
    • White. The schedule is undefined.
  • Days Late %
    Displays days late as a percentage of the project timeframe, which is the finish date minus the start date. The calculation takes into account the project progress and baseline (if a baseline exists). The days late percentage shows the proportion by which a project is late. One day late in a six-month project does not have the same impact as one day late in a one-month project.
Days Late
: Each detail task is considered in the context of its summary task in the same way. So a one day delay in a short phase or activity is not the same as a one day delay in a long phase or activity. If a leaf task is five (5) days late, and the summary task duration is 50 days, this task is considered 10% late given the length of the summary task. You can almost think of the summary task as a mini-project.
Schedule and Progress Portlet
The Schedule and Progress portlet displays a bubble graph that shows how the score of each project balances between its scheduled variance and its current finish date. Each bubble on the graph represents a project associated to the program. Rolling your cursor over a bubble in the graph displays project details such as the name, finish date, schedule %, and planned cost. Changing a project planned cost changes its bubble size. Clicking a bubble takes you to the project dashboard.
The X-axis displays the project finish dates and the Y-axis displays their schedule %. Projects appear on the graph according to their schedule. Projects behind schedule appear below the 0 y-coordinate. Projects ahead of schedule appear above the 0 y-coordinate. Projects are scored based on their schedule, cost, and progress. The graph legend indicates the color translations. Click a legend entry to exclude that group from the graph.
The Schedule and Progress portlet
The following describes the metrics used in the graph:
  • Schedule %
    Indicates days late as a percentage of the project timeframe, which is finish date minus start date. The calculation takes into account the project progress and baseline (if a baseline exists).
  • Progress
    Indicates the project progress.
    Values
    : Not Started, Started, or Completed
  • Planned Cost
    Displays the planned cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
You can add the following additional fields to this portlet using the configure option:
To configure additional fields in a portlet, see
Personalize a Portlet
under Getting Started with Classic PPM.
  • ETC
    Displays the system-calculated value of the estimated effort to complete the project.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Planned Capital Cost
    Displays the planned capital cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
  • Planned Operating Cost
    Displays the planned operating cost of the project.
    Source:
    Financial Summary properties page of the project.
  • Planned ROI
    Displays the ratio of money gained or lost on this project relative to the amount of money invested.
  • Planned IRR
    Displays the Internal Rate of Return or the discount rate used to achieve zero NPV for a project.
  • Planned MIRR
    Displays the Modified Internal Rate of Return or the rate used to measure the attractiveness of this project.
  • Planned NPV
    Displays the net present value of the project by calculating the total cost of capital and a series of future payments and income.
  • Schedule
    Displays a stoplight indicating the number of days a project is late, considering the project progress and whether or not a baseline exists for the project. The color of the stoplight indicates if the project is on schedule or late.
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The project is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The project is between one and ten days late.
    • Red. The project is more than ten days late.
    • White. The schedule is undefined.
  • Days Late
    Displays the number of days by which a project is late considering the following:
    • Whether or not a baseline exists
    • Project progress
    If a baseline exists, then days late is calculated as project finish date minus baseline finish date. A positive number indicates that the project is late according to the baseline. A negative number indicates that it is early according to the baseline.
    If a baseline exists and the project finish date is the same as the baseline finish date, then the project is considered late if it is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus project finish date.
    If there is no baseline, then days late is calculated if the project is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus project finish date.
  • Days Late %
    Displays days late as a percentage of the project timeframe, which is the finish date minus the start date. The calculation takes into account the project progress and baseline (if a baseline exists). The days late percentage shows the proportion by which a project is late. One day late in a six-month project does not have the same impact as one day late in a one-month project.
Resource Utilization Portlet
The Resource Utilization portlet displays allocation versus assignment by month, illustrated in an area graph. Use the Resource Utilization portlet to view the amount of resource effort required or expected to complete the projects associated to a program.
Assign staff to tasks before viewing resource utilization.
By default, the area graph displays total effort by month for all resources allocated to projects in the program. The Y-axis shows the effort in hours. The X-axis shows the corresponding month. Click a legend entry to exclude that group from the graph.
The Resource Utilization portlet
PMO-Project Status Page Layout
Use the PMO-project status page layout of dashboard to view the overall picture and performance summary of a project. The dashboard displays the project indicators, status report indicators, upcoming milestones, and team utilization for a project.
 The PMO-project status page shows the overall picture and performance summary of a project.
This page includes the following portlets:
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Project Indicators Portlet
The Project Indicators portlet displays key performance indicators (KPIs) for the project. The portlet provides a quick update on KPIs, such as stage, schedule %, days late, projected cost variance %, projected effort variance %, risk, issues and change requests.
The Project Indicators portlet
The following fields display on this portlet:
  • Stage
    Displays the stage of the project lifecycle as a progress bar. The gray squares indicate completed stages and the current stage is represented as a color, based on the business alignment of the project.
  • Schedule %
    Displays a stoplight indicating days late as a percentage of the project timeframe, which is finish date minus start date. The calculation takes into account the project progress and baseline (if one exists). The color of the stoplight indicates if the project is on schedule or late.
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The investment is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The investment is between one and ten percent late.
    • Red. The investment is more than ten percent late.
    • White. The schedule percentage is undefined.
  • Days Late
    Displays the number of days by which a project is late considering the following:
    ■ Whether or not a baseline exists
    ■ Project progress
    If a baseline exists, then days late is calculated as project finish date minus baseline finish date. A positive number indicates that the project is late according to the baseline. A negative number indicates that it is early according to the baseline.
    If a baseline exists and the project finish date is the same as the baseline finish date, then the project is considered late if it is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus project finish date.
    If there is no baseline, then days late is calculated if the project is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus project finish date.
  • Projected Cost Variance%
    Displays a stoplight indicating the projected cost variance as a percentage of BAC cost.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
    Formula
    : (((ETC Cost + Actual Cost (ACWP)) - BAC Cost) / BAC Cost) * 100
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The EAC cost is less than or equal to the baseline.
    • Yellow. The EAC cost is between one and ten percent over baseline.
    • Red. The EAC cost is more than ten percent over baseline.
    • White. A baseline does not exist.
  • Projected Effort Variance %
    Displays a stoplight indicating the projected effort variance as a percentage of BAC effort.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
    Formula
    : ((EAC Effort - BAC Effort) / BAC Effort) * 100
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The EAC effort is less than or equal to the baseline.
    • Yellow. The EAC effort is between one and ten percent over the baseline.
    • Red. The EAC effort is more than ten percent over the baseline.
    • White. No baseline data exists.
  • Risk
    Displays a stoplight based on the project risk score. The project risk score determines the color of the stoplight.
    Values
    :
    • Green (0 to 33). The project is low risk.
    • Yellow (34 to 68). The project is medium risk.
    • Red (68 to 100). The project is high risk.
    • White. Risk data is undefined.
  • Issue
    Displays a stoplight based on the highest issue priority of the issues on the project. Issues with a status of “Resolved” or “Closed” are excluded.
    Values
    :
    • Green. All issues that exist on the project are low priority.
    • Yellow. At least one medium priority issue and no high priority issues exist on the project.
    • Red. At least one high priority issue exists on the project.
  • Change
    Displays a checkmark if at least one change request exists on the project. Change requests with a status of “Resolved” or “Closed” are excluded.
Upcoming Milestones Portlet
The Upcoming Milestones portlet provides a list of all the milestones for a project.
The Upcoming Milestones portlet
This portlet includes the following fields:
  • Milestone Name
    Displays the milestone name. Click the milestone name to view the task properties page.
  • Finish
    Displays the finish date of the milestone.
  • Schedule %
    Displays a stoplight indicating days late as a percentage of the summary task or project timeframe, which is finish date minus start date. If the milestone has a parent task in the WBS, then the parent task’s timeframe is used in the calculation. If the milestone is at the top level of the WBS and does not have a parent task, then the project’s timeframe is used in the calculation.
    The calculation takes into account the milestone status and baseline (if one exists). The color of the stoplight indicates if the milestone is on schedule or late.
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The milestone is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The milestone is between one and ten percent late.
    • Red. The milestone is more than ten percent late.
    • White. The schedule percentage is undefined.
  • Days Late
    Displays the number of days late considering the following:
    • Whether or not a baseline exists
    • Milestone status
    If a baseline exists, then days late is calculated as milestone finish date minus baseline finish date. A positive number indicates that the milestone is late according to the baseline. A negative number indicates that it is early according to the baseline.
    If a baseline exists and the milestone finish date is the same as the baseline finish date, then the milestone is considered late if it is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus milestone finish date.
    If there is no baseline, then days late is calculated if the milestone is not completed and it was due before today’s date. In this case, days late is calculated as today’s date minus milestone finish date.
  • Gantt Schedule
    Displays a Gantt chart that shows the finish dates of the milestones. The color of the Gantt is based on the schedule percentage as follows:
    • Green. The milestone is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The milestone is between one and ten percent late.
    • Red. The milestone is more than ten percent late.
    • White. The schedule percentage is undefined.
Project Baselines Portlet
The Project Baselines portlet displays a line graph that charts the baseline activity against the usage or hours worked on the project. The X-axis displays monthly periods and the Y-axis displays cumulative project hours. A line appears for each baseline on the project and the current project plan.
Status Report Indicators Portlet
The Status Report Indicators portlet displays indicators, based on the status report with the most recent report date and a report status of final or no value selected.
To display information in this portlet, a project status report must exist.
The following fields display on the portlet:
  • Overall Status
    Displays a stoplight indicating how the project is doing overall. The metric is based on the Overall Status stoplight in the status report.
    Stoplights:
    • Green. The overall status of the project is on track.
    • Yellow. A minor variance in the overall status of the project exists.
    • Red. A significant variance in the overall status of the project exists.
  • Report Date
    Displays the report date entered for the status report. Click the date to view the status report properties page.
  • Project Manager
    Displays the project manager name.
  • Schedule
    Displays a stoplight indicating whether or not the project schedule is on track. The metric is based on the Schedule section in the status report.
    • Stoplights:
    • Green. The project schedule is on track.
    • Yellow. The project schedule has a minor variance.
    • Red. The project schedule has a significant variance.
  • Scope
    Displays a stoplight indicating whether or not the project scope is on track. The metric is based on the Scope section in the status report.
    • Stoplights:
    • Green. The project scope is on track.
    • Yellow. A minor variance in the project scope exists.
    • Red. A significant variance in the project scope exists.
  • Cost and Effort
    Displays a stoplight indicating whether or not the project cost and effort are on track. The metric is based on the Cost and Effort section in the status report.
    • Values:
    • Green. The cost and effort of the project are on track.
    • Yellow. A minor variance in the cost and effort of the project exists.
    • Red. A significant variance in the cost and effort of the project exists.
  • Status Reports
    Displays an icon that links to the status reports of the project.
Starting with Release 14.4, the default
Status Report Status
lookup values change from
Minor Variance
to
Needs Help
and from
Significant Variance
to
At Risk
. The
On Track
value remains the same. See the PMO Accelerator Release Notes in the 14.4 edition of the English documentation set.
Actuals by Transaction Type Portlet
The Actuals by Transaction Type portlet displays the actual cost totals organized by the transaction type. Transaction types include: equipment, expense, labor, and material. To view data in the portlet, first enter project transactions and post the transactions to WIP. Quantity and cost amounts roll up in the hierarchy. The Totals for the portlet reflect the sum of the individual transactions.
The Actuals by Transaction Type portlet
The following fields display on the portlet:
  • Transaction/Resource/Date
    Displays the transaction type, resource name, and transaction date.
  • Task
    Displays the name of the task.
  • Quantity
    Displays the transaction quantity.
  • Cost
    Displays the transaction actual cost.
The portlet also has two placeholder columns that appear in the grid following the Transaction/Resource/Date column. These placeholder columns do not display any data unless the portlet is exported to Excel. If the portlet is exported to Excel, the resource name and transaction date display in the placeholder columns.
Team Utilization Portlet
The Team Utilization portlet displays total effort per resource across all the assigned tasks of the project. You can drill down from this view to see utilization by individual resource and task. For more information about managing resources, see
Resource Management
.
The Team Utilization portlet
The following fields display on this portlet:
  • Properties Icon
    Click the icon to view the staff member properties page. Use the page to update the properties of a staff member.
  • Resource Allocation Icon
    Click this icon to open the resource/role allocations page. Use the page to update the allocation of a resource.
  • List of Tasks Icon
    Click this icon to open the task resource utilization list page for that resource.
  • Resource
    Displays the name of the associated resource. Click the resource name to view the resource properties page.
  • Average Allocation %
    Displays the average percentage of available time for a resource.
  • Time Period
    Displays the time periods for a task. This field varies according to the selected Time Scaled Values option. Data for the time period displays in a colored histogram.
    • Values:
    • Green. Represents actual hours recorded to date.
    • Yellow. Represents the availability threshold for that resource (the maximum number of hours a resource is available for work).
    • Red. Represents resource as overallocated.
PMO-Project Storyboard Page Layout
Use the PMO-project storyboard page layout to view detailed information about the overall picture and the performance of a project.
The PMO-project storyboard page shows the overall picture and the performance of a project
This page consists of the following portlets:
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Team Capacity Portlet
The Team Capacity portlet displays future resource needs of projects. The portlet shows the resource demand on the project compared to the allocation of team members staffed on the project.
The graph begins with the current month (based on the current calendar date) and moves forward for the duration of the project. The staff allocation value is equal to the remaining allocation on the project. The assignment value is the value entered in the ETC field on the task assignments plus any actuals posted.
The Team Capacity portlet
For more information, see Project Management.
Upcoming Milestones Portlet
The Upcoming Milestones portlet provides a list of all the milestones for a project.
The Upcoming Milestones portlet
This portlet includes the following fields:
  • Milestone Name
    Displays the milestone name. Click the milestone name to view the task properties page.
  • Finish
    Displays the finish date of the milestone.
  • Schedule %
    Displays a stoplight indicating days late as a percentage of the summary task or project timeframe, which is finish date minus start date. If the milestone has a parent task in the WBS, then the parent task’s timeframe is used in the calculation. If the milestone is at the top level of the WBS and does not have a parent task, then the project’s timeframe is used in the calculation.
    The calculation takes into account the milestone status and baseline (if one exists). The color of the stoplight indicates if the milestone is on schedule or late.
    Stoplights
    :
    • Green. The milestone is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The milestone is between one and ten percent late.
    • Red. The milestone is more than ten percent late.
    • White. The schedule percentage is undefined.
  • Days Late
    Displays the number of days late considering the following:
    • Whether or not a baseline exists
    • Milestone status
    If a baseline exists, days late is the milestone finish date minus baseline finish date. A positive number indicates that the milestone is late according to the baseline. A negative number indicates that it is early.
    If a baseline exists and the milestone finish date is the same as the baseline finish date, the milestone is considered late if it is not completed and it was due before today. In this case, Days Late is calculated as today minus milestone finish date.
    If there is no baseline, then Days Late is calculated if the milestone is not completed and it was due before today. In this case, Days Late is today minus milestone finish date.
  • Gantt Schedule
    Displays a Gantt chart that shows the finish dates of the milestones. The color of the Gantt is based on the schedule percentage as follows:
    • Green. The milestone is ahead of schedule or on schedule.
    • Yellow. The milestone is between one and ten percent late.
    • Red. The milestone is more than ten percent late.
    • White. The schedule percentage is undefined.
Issues by Priority Portlet
The Issues by Priority portlet displays a pie chart grouping issues by priority. Issues with a status of
Resolved
or
Closed
are excluded. Each pie segment reflects the number of issues of that priority, giving a graphical overall view of the status of a project in terms of issues raised. 
The Issues by Priority portlet
Click a pie slice to open the Issues Drill Down page.
Issues Drill Down Page
The Issues Drill Down page includes the Issues Listing portlet. This portlet displays details about issues indicating whether the target resolution date of an issue is on track. Issues are not included in this portlet if their status is
Resolved
or
Closed
.
The Issues Drill Down page with the Issues Listing portlet
The following columns appear in the Issues Listing portlet:
  • Dashboard Icon
    Displays an icon that links to the project dashboard.
  • Project
    Displays the name of the project. Click a project name link to go to the properties page of the project.
  • Issue
    Displays the name of the issue.
  • Description
    Displays the description of the issue.
  • Priority
    Displays a stoplight that indicates the priority of the issue.
    • Stoplights:
    • Green. The issue priority is low.
    • Yellow. The issue priority is medium.
    • Red. The issue priority is high.
  • Schedule
    Displays a stoplight for the schedule, which is a days late calculation. The schedule stoplight is calculated as today’s date minus the issue target resolution date. A positive number indicates that the issue target resolution date is late according to today’s date. A negative number indicates that it is early according to today’s date. The color of the stoplight indicates if the issue is on schedule or late.
    • Values:
    • Green. The target resolution is on schedule.
    • Yellow. The target resolution is one or two days late.
    • Red. The target resolution is late by more than two days.
    • White. The target resolution date is undefined.
  • Target Resolution
    Displays the target resolution date of the issue.
  • Category
    Displays the category assigned to the issue.
    Values
    : Flexibility, Funding, Human Interface, Implementation, Interdependencies, Objectives, Organizational Culture, Resource Availability, Sponsorship, Supportability, or Technical.
  • Owner
    Displays the name of the owner of the issue.
  • Email
    Displays an email icon. Click this icon to send an email to the issue owner.
You can add the following additional fields to this portlet using the configure option:
To configure additional fields in a portlet, see
Personalize a Portlet
under Getting Started with Classic PPM.
  • Created By
    Displays the name of the resource that created the issue.
  • Created Date
    Displays the date when the issue was created.
  • Issue ID
    Displays the Issue ID, which is the identifier of the issue.
  • Last Updated Date
    Displays the date when the issue was last updated.
  • Owner Email
    Displays the email address of the issue owner.
  • Priority Code
    Displays the priority of the issue.
  • Project ID
    Displays the project ID, which is the identifier of the project.
  • Resolution
    Displays the final resolution of the issue.
  • Resolved Date
    Displays the date when the issue was resolved.
  • Status
    Displays the status of the issue.
  • Updated By
    Displays the name of the resource who last updated the issue.
Earned Value Analysis by Phase Portlet
Use the Earned Value Phase Analysis portlet to track work performance to account for cost and schedule variances.
The Earned Value Phase by Analysis portlet
This portlet includes the following fields:
  • Phase
    Displays the phase of the project.
  • Planned Value (BCWS)
    Displays the system-calculated value of budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWS) or the budgeted amount you can spend on the project in a given time. If time is not specified, either the current date for the project or the system date is used. BCWS is also referred to as the planned value (PV).
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Earned Value (BCWP)
    Displays the system-calculated value of budgeted cost of work performed (BCWP). The value is calculated and recorded when you baseline a project, or when you update earned value totals. BCWP is also referred to as the earned value (EV) and represents the amount of baseline cost (BAC) completed based on performance. Performance is measured using the Task EV Calculation method.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Actual Cost (ACWP)
    Displays the system-calculated value of actual cost of work performed (ACWP), which is the total direct cost incurred in performing work based on posted actuals.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Cost Variance (CV)
    Displays the system-calculated value of cost variance. The cost variance is the value of what is accomplished to date as opposed to what is spent to date.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Schedule Variance (SV)
    Displays the system-calculated value of schedule variance. The schedule variance is the value of what is scheduled to date as opposed to what is performed to date. A positive value indicates that the work is ahead of the baseline schedule. A negative value indicates that the work is behind the baseline schedule.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Cost Performance Index (CPI)
    Displays the system-calculated value of cost performance index (CPI), which is an efficiency rating for work accomplished. A value greater than or equal to one indicates a favorable condition. A value of less than one indicates an unfavorable condition.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.
  • Schedule Performance Index (SPI)
    Displays the system-calculated value of schedule performance index (SPI), which is the ratio of work performed to work scheduled. A value greater than or equal to one indicates work is on schedule. A value of less than one indicates the work is behind schedule.
    Source
    : Schedule & Performance properties page of the project.