Now you have your own team dashboard that lets you quickly check on the general health of your team performance. If you have created the metrics in this series, then you have practiced building metrics in Notion from baseline ingredients to more complicated recipes. You have learned to set targets, nest metrics in other recipes, and use the reporting dates to get even more from your metrics. You are off to a great start!

From these baselines of measurement, you can start to build consistency, not only in how you track your metrics, but in the performance of the team. Before you can improve, it’s important to get consistent. Once your team is performing at a consistent level, you can start to improve in the areas that are most important for your team.

Moving forward there are many other frameworks for tracking metrics. You can find ideas in our blog, or on our resources page. I recommend checking out the blog post “Speed, Quality, Accuracy, and Joy” if you haven’t already to get a simple framework for thinking of your metrics and the relationships between them.

You can also check out the “JIRA reporting for Multi-teams” article, which has more specific metrics that teams have found valuable. Once you get your metrics set up for one team, you might find it useful to get them set up for other teams as well, and then create an executive dashboard to roll the metrics up and see the performance of multiple teams in one place.

If you have any specific questions, or if you have an idea for something that you would like to track, but you aren’t quite sure how to do it in Notion, let us know. You can reach us at support@usenotion.com. We are happy to help.