Roles analytics: basic

Tags: Skills

Roles analytics gives you strategic insight into your learners' engagement with Role IQ.

In this article, we'll give an overview of the data and report features of basic roles analytics. Enterprise users have additional roles analytics features. Learn more in roles analytics: advanced.

Who can use this?

Managers:  +
Admins:  +
+ Available as a plan add-on

What you can do with roles analytics

Roles analytics gives you a snapshot of your learners' role usage. This data helps you:

  • Identify the roles learners are engaging with the most
  • View role skill proficiencies and averages

Please note the following:

  • Roles analytics can be seen by both plan admins and team managers.
  • Team managers can only see analytics for the teams they manage.
  • In order for a learner to appear in analytics, they must self-assess in their role.
  • Roles analytics are in real time, updated every 15 minutes.

Note: Only roles that have been validated will show up in analytics. If a role is unvalidated, that means we're still collecting data to provide you with relevant and meaningful information.

Note: If a learner completed all assessments in a role but is not showing a Role IQ level, they must go back to their role details page. This assigns the role level to the learner.

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Roles analytics web view

To get started, click on Analytics using the left-pane navigation. Click the Roles tab in the top center panel. Or, you can click the View analytics button on your roles page.

Basic roles analytics allows insight into top-level aggregated Role IQ data.

  1. Role IQ engagement is the number of unique learners who have self-selected a Role IQ level, been assigned a role, or received a Role IQ in at least one role—out of the total number of learners on your plan.
  2. Role IQs achieved is the total number of learners who have completed all skill assessments in a role and received a Role IQ level.
  3. Total unique roles is the total number of roles at least one learner has engaged with on your plan. This includes self-selecting a level or having a role assigned to them.
  4. Avg. completion time is the average time that a learner takes to complete a role across your organization.
  5. View All users in your plan, or click the Dropdown arrow to filter by a specific team.
  6. Click the Download button to download a CSV file of this data.

Below the roles overview, you'll find analytics particular to each role in your organization. Click any role to display role-specific analytics.

  1. Assigned roles started is the total number of users assigned to the selected role.
  2. Total active users is the number of users who have self-selected a level in the selected role.
  3. Role IQs achieved is the total number of users who have received a Role IQ for the selected role.
  4. Total assessments taken is the number of assessments your team has taken for the selected role.
  5. Skills is a list of required skills included in the selected role.
  6. Users assessed is the total number of users who have taken an assessment in that skill.
  7. Minimum proficiency is the lowest threshold to be considered Level 1 for that role.
  8. Avg. proficiency is the average proficiency level and score for learners in this role who have measured in that skill.
  9. View All users in your plan, or click the Dropdown arrow to filter by a specific team.
  10. Click the Download button to download a CSV file of this data.

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Next steps

Check out some of the additional analytics available to you below. 

Get started with basic analytics (Professional and Enterprise)

Get started with advanced analytics (Enterprise only)

Channels analytics: basic

Content analytics

Roles analytics: basic

Skills analytics: basic

Subjects analytics

Usage analytics

Users analytics

Channels analytics: advanced

Roles analytics: advanced

Skills analytics: advanced

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