Updated: Feb 14
After some time off from blogging, I'm finally back!
During the last couple of months, I've been working on something a little bit different, so no, this time you won't see a huge post or some tutorial on how to do some fancy trick with a visual in Power BI.
In this blog post, we are going to talk about Power BI Adoption!
If you're not yet familiar with the topic, I highly recommend you to have a look at this documentation available on Microsoft Docs (everything I've done was based on this series of articles):
If you go through all the documentation (which is excellent!) about the things you need to consider for a successful Power BI adoption in your organisation, this idea will probably cross your mind: wow, this is a lot of articles.
So, while I was trying to do my reading, I had an idea... Why not transforming this in something more interactive? Perhaps an assessment that can help me focus on the areas I'm not performing so good at, and then go from there? This would definitely lower the barrier to consume all the information in the docs.
So I started to build an assessment, using... you guessed it, Power BI!
If someone ever says I can Power BI anything, they're probably not wrong.
So, if you want to check your Power BI Adoption status, just give the assessment a try.
> Get a score for the Power BI adoption in your organisation
> Get a custom report to guide you on the areas you should be focusing on based on the adoption score for the different roadmap areas
> Next steps with key actions and considerations to improve your adoption score
If you have any feedback, see any bugs (yes, they might exist, not a perfect assessment I'm afraid!), just let me know by sending me a message here or commenting below.
Some things might look a bit weird, like shapes slightly misaligned, but that's something to do with publish to web it seems, will try to work on those details!
---- PBIX file is available below ----
Note: I'm very lazy when it comes to "cleaning" my reports, remove unused measures, naming bookmarks etc (should practice what I preach more often!), so I'm sorry in advance if some things look a bit messy 🙃