I am Pankaj Kumar and new to this forum. Their nothing like a pattern or a format. it depends on the metrics you tracking(or you want to) and what do you want the metrics should show or reflect.
for example: 10 reps worked for 7 hours today= 70 hrs
10 rep have to work for 8 hours a day=80
You can look at this data in different ways like 10 hrs loss, 70/80 will give percent loss, you can use this to show payroll loss, employee cost etc.
Hope I didnt confuse or wrong answer
14th March 2008 From India , Hyderabad
There are no specific formats for an MIS. It completely depends on how clearly you would like to compile and present the report to your piers. You can always prepare a format which is more easy to understand and then maybe improvise according to the missing areas.
Also, please take inputs on how the same has been compiled by people prior to you. This will give you a clear image on how the boss wold like to view it.
5th June 2008 From India , Pune
The best format for an MIS Report is the one that your boss/ customer (the person who receives it) can understand most easily. So before you make a report/ format determine what your customer wants to see and what you want him or her to see.
please let me know what kind of MIS are you looking for may be I can help.
30th September 2008 From India , Mumbai