The alignment score is the value produced after completing the
The alignment score is a measurement used to determine if a potential project aligns with your organization's mission, values, and goals based on defined points. Scorecards contain questions with answer choices that have been assigned numerical values, called alignment points. These points are used to determine how well the project aligns with your organization. The alignment points for each question contain a number between 0 and 100.
When the scorecard is completed, Workfront calculates the alignment score as a percent, using the following formula:
Alignment Score = The sum of the question points/ the sum of the possible points on the scorecard
For more information, see "Creating a Scorecard."
- Navigate to the Projects area in the Global Navigation bar.
- Select a project.
- Click the Project Details subtab.
- Click Business Case.
- Navigate to the Business Case Summary on the right side of your screen. The Alignment Score is located in the Business Case Summary.