Navigating PMO Dashboard Thresholds

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Navigate the Thresholds – PMO Dashboard admin and explain what it represents in SAP Fieldglass.

Thresholds – PMO Dashboard

The PMO Dashboard allows authorized users to manage day-to-day tactical items within SAP Fieldglass that may require action. Follow up and completion of these work items ensures that the workflow continues with minimal interruptions. Use of this tool can immediately improve the efficiency of the program.

The data displayed when a user accesses the PMO Dashboard is based on the business unit, site, and cost center associations of the user.

The dashboard includes two groups: Critical and Warning, and the items that appear in each are based on the PMO Dashboard Threshold settings.

screenshot of PMO Dashboard displays alert tiles for various items, including Time Sheet, Expense Sheet, Job Posting, Job Seeker, Statement of Work, and Activities

PMO Dashboard Thresholds are used to determine the items that display on the PMO Dashboard and to establish warning and critical levels for those items. PMO Dashboard Thresholds also determine when critical and warning icons display for items in SAP Fieldglass, such as activity items and offboarding activity items and worker items in the My Workers Dashboard.

Navigating the Thresholds – PMO Dashboard Admin Object

screenshot of the Workflow section of the Admin Menu, the Thresholds – PMO Dashboard link is highlighted
1To view what PMO dashboard thresholds are enabled in the tenant, select Thresholds – PMO Dashboard from the Workflow section of the admin menu.

Thresholds – PMO Dashboard Details page

The PMO Dashboard Thresholds are standard work item activities and cannot be added or deleted.

screenshot of Thresholds – PMO Dashboard Details page, with the Enabled column, the Warning column, and the Period column highlighted
2The Enabled column indicates whether the threshold for the respective activity is active and will appear in the PMO Dashboard.
3The Critical and Warning columns indicate how the respective items will appear on the PMO Dashboard Threshold. Thresholds are set to determine the amount of time that should pass before an item that requires action triggers a warning and then becomes critical if no action is taken. Depending upon the module, the numbers listed here may represent days or percentages.
4Period indicates when the specific conditions indicated in the Critical and Warning columns have been met. For instance, consider the Rejected Time Sheet row. It would indicate that Time Sheets in Rejected status became Critical 3 days ago.

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