Chapter 4: Understand learners' growth with analytics
Pluralsight Skills analytics helps you make sense of the numbers. By knowing what your learners are doing or not doing in the platform, you will be able to identify strengths or gaps in learning. You can spot trends of usage, favorite types of content, and popular skill assessments. We'll help you prove the impact that Pluralsight Skills has had on your team.
Whatever metrics you’re interested in reporting on, you can be confident that you're getting the whole picture. Analytics in Pluralsight Skills are updated in real-time, ensuring that you’re seeing the most up to date information possible. You can use the Pluralsight Skills platform to view analytics -- or, downloading CSV reports for added reporting flexibility. For example, you could import a CSV to your organization's BI tool.
What you need to know about analytics first
What is analytics?
Pluralsight's business analytics allow you to see how your learners are progressing toward role mastery, skill growth, channel completion, course completion, subjects concentration, and overall view time.
Plan administrators can use analytics, and team managers can also see a limited view, depending on their permissions.
Using analytics as an executive
As an executive, you can use the plan administrator dashboard to learn how your organization is using Pluralsight Skills in 30 seconds or less, allowing you to get the big picture in a short amount of time.
You can examine each set of analytics on the dashboard to determine tech skill development, and help you quantify the impact Pluralsight Skills is having on your business objectives. Quickly see your learners’ Skill IQ levels and most-watched subjects and content, which channels are getting the most views, and keep track of your license count.
Using analytics as a plan admin or team manager
As a plan admin or team manager in Pluralsight, you have the potential for making a huge impact on your learners' tech skill development. By looking at your own team's analytics, you can discover how your team learns best.
You can foster skill development by curating channels with content that has already been statistically-proven to help other teammates' tech skills improve. Collaborate with top users to identify which courses were most useful in helping them increase their skill ratings.
Additionally, review channels activity on your dashboard to see which collections are most engaging to learners. Do shorter channels hold learners' interest more? Or are comprehensive channels more appealing to your team?
To get an even deeper look into analytics, visit the analytics dashboard.
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Sharing value outside of the platform
Being able to align your business initiatives to specific learning goals can have an enormous impact on your team’s success. By using features like channels and Role IQ, you can directly link learning to the goals that are most important to your company, so everyone can see how their learning progress is driving toward bigger goals.
Team members need to feel excited about using Pluralsight Skills to stay engaged and committed to their goals. By regularly sharing successes around learning benchmarks and skills progress, you can keep your leaders and learners motivated.
Being able to articulate how your team is improving their skill sets and productivity is an important part of understanding the impact Pluralsight Skills has on your company. Learn how to measure your ROI by using data from the Analytics dashboard, and see how to gauge progress toward your learning initiatives.
Now you know who your top learners are, and what skills and channels are being used across your team. Now let's explore some ideas to encourage learners to get into Pluralsight Skills and keep developing their skills.
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