All users begin with their own Personal Domain. The good news is that nobody else can access this domain unless you invite them to it. This means you can't get into trouble (or cause anyone stress) when you first start using Process Tempo. Think of a Personal Domain as your sandbox to play in. What's a domain? We answer that next.
What is a domain?
A domain is how we group data and content for access purposes. Only users who are invited to a domain can access any of the data or models it contains.
Business models are designed to capture specifics and to enforce consistency. Having consistent content is important in a multi-user environment. Consistency will make it much easier for you (and your teammates) to search for and find content in the future. Consistency is enforced by rules contained within the selected catalog. These rules often restrict the user from adding content that does not make sense and limits them to the types of concepts and relationships they can add.
Another important difference is that the content added to a Business Mod...
The Metric is a core Blueprint concept that allows users to link projects, processes, applications and activities to key performance indicators that are of interest to the business. The Metric is defined as a qualitative or quantitative number that allows a business to rate it's effectiveness in a given area. It helps answers the question "Why?" Why are we performing this function and what affect do we expect it to have on the business? Process Tempo concepts use the "Influences" relationship to define how a part of the business impacts a given metric.
The Business Unit concept is used to depict a group of roles that perform a common task or share a common characteristic. Business Units usually are chained together using the relationship "Parent" and almost always form a hierarchy. Typically, Business Units consist of a group of individual Roles but may also be formed by a group of sub business units.