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Paulyeo11
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

Which is the best approach in implement PBI ?

Hi All

I beleive many people here have try to implement on PBI to your staff.

My questions is below 2 options which is the best :-

1) Should i create all the Report to them. So they just use the report. To find out the issue .

2) I Just create the Data file and all measure fields. and trian them how to create the report , and User create the report by themself.

Paul Yeo

 

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There is no one correct answer. Most companies have a mix of skills across staff.  I categorise them (least skilled/interested to most) as

1. Report readers 80%

2. Report builders 15%

3. Data modellers 5%

 

Ideally, 3 build the models, 2 build the reports, 1 just consume the reports. 

 



* Matt is an 8 times Microsoft MVP (Power BI) and author of the Power BI Book Supercharge Power BI.

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jbirco
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Resolver I

it all depends if there is a specific area you want to bring to their attention then you should definitley create the reports with proper visuals highliting you area of concern, if you just want to give it to senior staff to be able to browse the data in general more efficiently, you can leave the report drawings to them. although it would still be beneficial to showcase to them some of the power and beauty of the program to get them hooked to it.

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jbirco
Resolver I
Resolver I

it all depends if there is a specific area you want to bring to their attention then you should definitley create the reports with proper visuals highliting you area of concern, if you just want to give it to senior staff to be able to browse the data in general more efficiently, you can leave the report drawings to them. although it would still be beneficial to showcase to them some of the power and beauty of the program to get them hooked to it.

Paulyeo11
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

Hi All

 

Since most of them is able to read report , so Create report is a must. Thank you for sharing.

 

I agree with you , that depend on my objectives. For example like i want them to know their sales vs target gap , this i cannot ask them create the chart. 

 

Paul

There is no one correct answer. Most companies have a mix of skills across staff.  I categorise them (least skilled/interested to most) as

1. Report readers 80%

2. Report builders 15%

3. Data modellers 5%

 

Ideally, 3 build the models, 2 build the reports, 1 just consume the reports. 

 



* Matt is an 8 times Microsoft MVP (Power BI) and author of the Power BI Book Supercharge Power BI.

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