The ETP Scorecard assesses the extent to which the planned Key Performance Indicator (KPIs) for each Entry Point Project achieved the desired outcome for the past year. The actual year-to-date results are presented in three scoring methodologies.
Measurement Methodology Key Performance Indicator
All three methods have been formulated to provide a pragmatic representation of the actual KPI numbers in percentages.
Method 1 provides a reﬂection of the actual KPI achievement. If a KPI surpasses its targets signiﬁcantly, the ﬁnal results will be presented as a large percentage, surpassing the 100 per cent limit.
Method 2 has been formulated to accommodate for KPI achievement with signiﬁcant quantitative results. Under this method, any achievement above 100 per cent is capped.
Method 3 represents a simple reﬂection of the KPI achievement. KPI targets that were met or exceeded are graded 1, those achieving over half of their targets are graded 0.5, and those with less than half their targets are graded 0.
The traffic light approach is outlined below:
Green – exceeded targets
Yellow – achieved 50 per cent or more
Red – underperformed
Where decimal points are concerned, the scorecard employs a rounding mechanism. In cases where the KPI results have a decimal point of 0.1 to 0.4 per cent, the ﬁnal percentage value is rounded downwards. Where the results have a decimal point of 0.5 to 0.9 per cent, the ﬁnal percentage value is rounded upwards.