Understanding Teams, Multi-Teams and Enterprise Teams
Teams are organized in AgilityHealth® in a hierarchy that includes individual teams, multi-teams and enterprise teams.
On the Team Dashboard you see upon logging into AgilityHealth®, the levels of teams are organized by the colored swim lanes. Enterprise teams are green, Multi-teams are orange and Individual Teams are blue.
Teams are comprised of team members who take a survey and complete a retrospective session together to review the results and create an actionable growth plan. For example, all teams that will take the TeamHealth Radar are added as Teams. Groups of leaders who take a program or enterprise level assessment such as the Agile Program Health Radar, SAFe Release Train Health Radar or the Enterprise Business Agility Health Radar are also added as Teams. When the Individual Growth Radars are used, a Team is added with the Work Type tag of “Group of Individuals.”
Teams are grouped by the tags that are added when the team is created. These tags include work type, methodology, product line, program, portfolio, business line and strategic objectives.
Work Type Examples
Learn more about setting up individual teams.
Multi-teams are a grouping of several sub-teams into one parent team, and allow for coaches and leaders who support the teams to analyze the roll-up of data across the teams and to review and act on the organizational growth items created by the sub-teams.
The sub-teams to be included are selected from a list of all of the teams that have been added to AgilityHealth.
Multi-teams are grouped by the Multi-team Type label that is added when the multi-team is created. Multi-team types reflect the level of the organization, such as program, product line, business units and portfolio or the purpose of the team, such as growth management.
Learn how to set up a multi-team.
Enterprise Team Level
Enterprise teams are a grouping of multi-teams that represent your entire organization or a division of your organization. This provides an aggregated view of the radar results for the selected programs, business units or product lines and allows senior business leaders to review and act on enterprise growth items.
Enterprise teams are grouped according to the Enterprise Team Type label that is selected when creating the Enterprise team (Portfolio or Enterprise).
Learn more about setting up an Enterprise team.