How does the analytics feature work?

The comparison feature allows you to analyze and compare objects to evaluate skills' performance over time or against objects (see use-case). There are two main elements to the analytics feature. The first part is defining the objects of analysis and the second part is analyzing the results.


1. Define

Define objects that you would like to analyze:

An object can be a sole user or multiple users that meet the selected criteria (Note: it is possible to combine multiple criteria):

  • Employee name
  • All employees
  • Seniority level
  • Team

You can add as many objects of analysis as you want.


Define analyzed skills:

Select a range of skills that will be the subject of analysis:

  • All (active skills)
  • Select by skills (manually select skills from the full skill structure list)
  • Select by skillsets (select skillsets from a list of existing skillsets)
Skills can be grouped (by structure) if you are interested in general overview rather than detail.


Time of comparison:

Choose the time frame you would like to analyze. When the analysis is complete you can switch the date range to compare different time frames.


2. Analyze

Analyze the visual graphs, and change the time frame to see how your users perform. Refine the data source if you are interested in the most reliable or other types of ratings.

According to defined objects (with user count), the vertical axis always shows sole skills or aggregated skills to the chosen structure level. The horizontal axis shows the score levels and the change if analyzed over time.



Highlights the best and the worst metrics from the perspective of objects and skills


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