We have very little data currently in order to make prioritization decisions, track progress or to understand the pain points of our product. Therefore, I would like to create some dashboards/reports to clearly display this data and use going forward.

The outcome I have come up with is "We enable data driven decision making"

But I am not sure what to use for Key Results. I would like to know the quality of the data/dashboards and how much the data is being used to drive decisions.

How could I measure this?

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    A vision statement is not an outcome. What is it you expect "data driven decision making" to do for you, how did you decide you lack data, and how will you know when you have enough? – Todd A. Jacobs May 23 at 11:38

Some of the usual metrics for decision-making are time, errors, and cost.

So you can measure how often your projects hit deadlines (% compared to previous results) with your data-driven approach.

How often it resulted in an error (negative target metric).

And I don't think it's going to work for cost but it depends on the nature of what you're doing.

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