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Title: Critical Performance Indicators Storage and Tracking System


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This is a Prototype Demonstration of the
Critical Performance Indicators Storage and
Tracking System
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1. Introduction and Concepts 2. CPI-STATS
Configuration 3. CPI-STATS Data Entry 4.
CPI-STATS Data Inquiry 5. CPI-STATS Reporting
Agenda
3
Please Note that this presentation shows only
prototypes of how the CPI-STATS application will
look function. The final version to be
released to the user community may have some
slight variations from what you see here.
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1. Introduction and Concepts
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CPI-STATS is an application being developed by
the Denver I.S. Department for use by all Newmont
sites as a single CPI collection and reporting
solution. All Newmont sites will utilize
CPI-STATS to collect, calculate, manage, and
communicate their local CPI values associated
measures.
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CPI-STATS will provide a standard reporting
environment and a standard place of storage for
all sites CPIs and measures. Newmont senior
management, as well as all site General Managers
and Information Systems Managers, have endorsed
this approach.
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To properly understand how the CPI-STATS system
works, you should first understand the concept of
Critical Performance Indicators (or CPIs) ...
A Critical Performance Indicator (CPI) is a
calculated value using one or more measures that
supports critical business objectives. A CPI is
used to evaluate performance against baseline,
target, and optimal values.
A Measure or Measurement, by the way, is data
used to track an aspect of a process (e.g.
Downtime, Tons Per Day, etc.).
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Here is how CPIs relate to Measures, and how both
support Critical Business Objectives
9
Here is a high-level diagram to show
relationships between CPI-STATS and the Global
Data Warehouse and the sources of information
from each Site
Corporate Solutions
Site Solutions
Site Data Source(s) e.g. through
ProdStats, Dispatch, SkorStor, or Other System(s)
…


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Business Requirements
  • Develop an integrated solution for managing
  • and reporting site CPI data.
  • Incorporate audit capabilities.
  • Provide a solution that is secured from
    modifications,
  • yet openly accessible for all to view.
  • Support standard CPI definitions
  • Support standard measurement definitions

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Business Requirements (contd.)
CPIs must have the following GMP attributes
  • Category (Safety, Environment, Acceptance,
  • Quality/Value, Cost and Efficiency
  • Frequency (Annual, Quarterly, Monthly, Daily,
    Shift)
  • Benchmarks (Target, Baseline, Optimal
    Value,
  • Value Creation Opportunity (VCO),
    Budget, Forecast, Competitor and
    Industry)
  • Accountability Levels (Staff, Forman,
    Manager, VP/GM, Executive
    Management, etc.)

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Business Requirements (contd.)
  • Support multiple units of measure
  • Support reporting against performance benchmarks
  • Support drill down reporting capabilities
  • Support the use of an electronic dashboard

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Business Requirements
Please note that the dynamic nature of the Gold
Medal Performance (GMP) project may cause some of
these requirements to change ...
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Here is how Metric Definitions can be used
repeatedly in specific Occurrences ...
Dont worry if this diagram doesnt make sense
just yet … We will come back to it a few more
times in this presentation.
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2. CPI-STATS Configuration
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This is the CPI-STATS Main Menu ...

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As with most software systems, CPI-STATS requires
some initial setup.
Lets take a look at some of the CPI-STATS
Setup screens ...
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The Setup dropdown menu holds many of these
setup screens ...
This is where the site administrator will spend a
fair amount of time setting things up
initially. After that, there may still be a need
to come back to this menu on occasion and update
certain items...
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Clicking Metric Attributes on the Setup Menu
brings up the following screen
The Units Tab allows you to enter any units of
measure that your organization might use ...
20
Clicking Metric Attributes on the Setup Menu
brings up the following screen
The Unit Conversions Tab allows you to set up
conversions from one of these units to another
(e.g. Ounces per Ton into Parts per Million, etc.)
21
Once youve entered Setup information for the
system, you can then define (or build) specific
information for your metrics and occurrences ...
22
Remember this diagram?
Lets see how we use CPI-STATS to enter a Metric
(Definition) ...
Metric Definition
Availability
Availability
Availability (Monthly)
Availability (Daily)
Occurrence Definitions
Availability (July)
Availability (August)
Availability (02-MAY-2000)
Availability (01-MAY-2000)
Occurrence Values
Occurrence Values
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Here is how you would build a (local) metric
Clicking the Create Record button will start
the Build Metric Definition Wizard ...
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Here is how you would build a (local) metric
The first screen to appear in this Wizard asks
you for a Name and Description for this Metric
Definition ...
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Here is how you would build a (local) metric
… then you would enter the unit of measure to use
for this Metric, and the rule to use when
comparing these values to others in your
organization ...
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Here is how you would build a (local) metric
… you can also associate one or more Categories
with this Metric …
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Here is how you would build a (local) metric
… and decide whether this Metric is a CPI, a Raw
Measurement, or of some other type.
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Here is how you would build a (local) metric
Since this Metric is a CPI, you will also need to
enter a formula ...
29
Here is how you would build a (local) metric
… and finally test it for logic and validity.
Press the Finish button, and you will have
created a new Metric Definition.
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This newly-built Metric Definition will appear
back on the original screen.
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Lets now look at how to enter an Occurrence
(Definition) in CPI-STATS ...
Metric Definition
Availability
Availability (Monthly)
Availability (Daily)
Availability (Daily)
Availability (Monthly)
Occurrence Definitions
Availability (July)
Availability (August)
Availability (02-MAY-2000)
Availability (01-MAY-2000)
Occurrence Values
Occurrence Values
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Here is how you would build a simple Occurrence
Clicking the Create Record button will start
the Build Occurrences Wizard ...
33
Here is how you would build a simple Occurrence
Enter a Name and a Metric Definition (defined
through the previous wizard) for this Occurrence
...
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Here is how you would build a simple Occurrence
… and a (time) Frequency ...
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Here is how you would build a simple Occurrence
… determine where this occurrence is to appear
within the Business Hierarchy …
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Here is how you would build a simple Occurrence
… Now enter the values to use for comparisons
against this occurrence …
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Here is how you would build a simple Occurrence
Once you have all of that entered, click the
Finish button, and the Occurrence is ready to
go.
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You can see the newly-added Occurrence back in
the main window ...
... and all of the additional information that
you added appears in each tab ...
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You can see the newly-added Occurrence back in
the main window ...
... and all of the additional information that
you added appears in each tab ...
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3. CPI-STATS Data Entry
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There are several different ways that you can
enter or update data in CPI-STATS ...
Manual Input Screens
Electronic Import Files
Integration through ProdStats, Dispatch,
SkorStor, or Other System(s)
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Now lets take a look at the screens where we
will actually enter data into CPI-STATS ...
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This is the CPI-STATS Main Menu ...
The Data Menu provides access to data-entry and
data-inquiry screens ...

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Manual Data Entry
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The Manual Data Entry form looks and works much
like the spreadsheets that you may already be
using ...




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Electronic Data Entry
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This is the screen where you would specify a data
file for import into CPI-STATS ...
Click on the Browse button to navigate your way
to the file that you want to import ...
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This is the screen where you would specify a data
file for import into CPI-STATS ...
This window works the same as most File - Open
windows that you may have used before.
Simply select a file, Click on the Import Data
button, and CPI-STATS takes care of the rest.
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Integration
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Integration provides a programmer with the
ability to load data directly into a CPI-STATS
interface table for automated data loads.
Site Data Source(s) e.g. through
ProdStats, Dispatch, SkorStor, or Other System(s)
…


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4. CPI-STATS Data Inquiry
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You can look at data in CPI-STATS through two
different tree contexts
First, theres a Metric Types tree that lists
all CPIs and other types of Measurements ...
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You can look at data in CPI-STATS through two
different tree contexts
First, theres a Metric Types tree that lists
all CPIs and other types of Measurements ...
… and theres also a Business Unit tree that
lists all Business Units, Sites, Locations,
Process Teams, and the CPIs for each of them.
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You can look at data in CPI-STATS through two
different tree contexts
You can click on either the plus signs next to
each node in the tree ...
… or on one of these buttons to expand or
collapse as much of the tree that you want to
view.
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You can look at data in CPI-STATS through two
different tree contexts
This is how a Business Unit Hierarchy might look
after clicking on Expand All.
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You can look at data in CPI-STATS through two
different tree contexts
Now lets go back to the (expanded) Metric Types
Hierarchy.
Click on any node for a Metric Definition or
Occurrence (like we built with the Wizards), and
you can view more detailed information for that
node in the right half of this window ...
57
You can look at data in CPI-STATS through two
different tree contexts
… this information also includes the actual
values that have been entered for the Occurrence.
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As you continue using CPI-STATS, you will find
the View Hierarchy feature to be extremely
valuable ...
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5. CPI-STATS Reporting
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This is the CPI-STATS Main Menu ...
… the Reports Menu lets you select from a
variety of management reports.

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Now lets take a look at the variety of reports
that you can generate from CPI-STATS ...
Start with a Basic Report that shows CPIs, their
Occurrences, and monthly values for each ...
You can click on a thumbnail of the graphical
report to call up its detail ...
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This report shows the graph and accompanying
drill-down details of the thumbnail that you
clicked on the previous screen ...
… and on this report, you can click on one of
these buttons to call up even more detailed
information for each value ...
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… and on this report, you can click on one of
these buttons to call up even more detailed
information for each value ...
… as you see here.
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Dashboard Reports show graphical representations
of CPI data ...
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Ad Hoc Reporting will be supported through the
use of Customized Database Views
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Thanks for taking the time to review this
Prototype of CPI-STATS!
If you any questions, then please feel free
to contact us in the Denver Office at any time.
Tim Drouillard 303-837-5787 tdro5787_at_corp.newmont.
com
Jim Brown 303-837-5078 jimbrown_at_corp.newmont.com
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