Thanks for the clarification…
In the “Prebiult Nav.pbix” file you attached, there are two types of “navigation” that are occurring–page-to-page and hide/show objects on the same page.
To hide/show objects on the same page (which corresponds to the tabs across the top of the page), bookmarks are the only option I’m aware of.
To navigate from page to page (which corresponds to the buttons on the left side of the screen), the sample file you attached uses bookmarks also, but the March 2020 update to Power BI Desktop includes “Page Navigation” as a new button action. The result is identical to a bookmark that moves you to a new page, but the process is simplified because you no longer have to create a bookmark.
Hyperlinks (at least in the way that I was referring to them) are only possible in table cells (maybe matrix cells also, I haven’t tried that). That would only be useful if you want to have the user click on a text hyperlink in a table cell. It would not work with slicers. I made this suggestion before I noticed you chiclet slicer. I thought you want to show the visuals by clicking on the KPI names in the “Weekly Scorecard” matrix. If you were to try going down this route, we could discuss in more detail at that time. It’s definitely a “workaround” which would require adding a URL column to one of your tables, and you would have to have a way to insert the base URL for your published report into your dataset, so this approach is not without its challenges. Plus, you’d still have to manually create the destination pages for each hyperlink within the report. I would consider it a last resort.
After examining your PBIX file more closely, I believe that the reason you are trying to make this work with a slicer instead of buttons is so that it can be dynamic in the event that new KPIs are added to the “tier_kpis” table. Is that correct? If that is true, none of the proposed solutions so far are ideal because they would all require the creation of additional buttons and pages when new KPIs appear in your data. Unfortunately, I don’t know a way around that since you cannot dynamically show/hide objects nor change their visual properties (color, transparency, etc.) using DAX. If it were possible to use the same visuals for each set of KPI details and change the data being displayed for each, that would be straightforward, but showing/hiding visuals in a dynamic way that doesn’t require editing the PBIX file to create new buttons and/or pages when new KPIs are added is not something I have a solution for.
This is probably not the news you wanted, but I’m afraid it is the current reality of Power BI as far as I know.
Having said all of this, if it is acceptable to use buttons and page navigation, @BrianJ 's simulated chiclet slicer or using the new “page navigation” action on buttons or images are probably your best bet. You would just have to create new buttons and pages each time a new KPI and corresponding details were added to the report.
I hope I addressed all your points/questions. If I missed something, let me know…