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Insights - Team Agility: Growth Item Widgets

This article is part of our series on the Features and Functionality of the Insights - Team Agility Dashboard. We've broken each area down for you, into shorter articles. 

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Growth Items Widgets

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The last row of widgets display Growth Items and what status they are in relative to the selected category (team, organizational, or enterprise). 

Overall, this set of widgets can be used to guide you towards where action or assistance may be needed to help the teams overcome impediments and enable greater maturity and performance. For example, a certain competency contains a lot of organizational growth items, but many haven't been started or completed. 

  1. Team Growth Items: View of the Growth Items categorized as Team at the level selected in the Left Nav.
  2. Organizational Growth Items: View of the Growth Items categorized as Organizational at the level selected in the Left Nav.
  3. Enterprise Growth Items: View of the Growth Items categorized as Enterprise at the level selected in the Left Nav.

Growth Items Widget Filters

Within each Growth Items widget, in the bottom left-hand corner, you will notice two drop down boxes which provide filtering options. The widget includes both pulled and non-pulled Growth Items, whether they are created inside an assessment's Growth Plan or on the Team Level Growth Item Dashboard (these may not be attached to a radar type and cannot be pulled in by Multi-Teams or Enterprise Teams).

Hint: In the bottom right corner of each widget, you will see the total number of Growth Items.

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Status:

The Status option allows for the display of Growth Items summarized by Not Started, In Progress, In Progress with Age, Done, Cancelled, On Hold, and All. For in-progress items, aging is provided to show which items are actively being worked vs. items that have aged.

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The filter that is currently selected is reflected at the top of the widget, illustrated below by the In Progress filter example.

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Segmentation:

The segmentation option allows for the display of Growth Items summarized by type, dimension, sub-dimension, competency, or all.

  • Type: Type of Growth Item is selected when creating each Growth Item.
  • Dimension: Major area measured for a team's health. This includes Sub-Dimensions and Competencies.
  • Sub-Dimension: Grouping of Competencies, can have multiple Sub-Dimensions within a Dimension.
  • Competency: Specific area that we measure for a team's health, through one or more assessment questions. Also called competency target, when creating a Growth Item.
Important: When segmenting by something other than Category is selected, the Growth Item count may increase since Growth Items can be associated with multiple target competencies when creating the Growth Item.

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Drill In for Additional Detail

The Drill In feature is an easy way to view the details of your Growth Items, just use the drop downs to choose which Growth Items to review. 

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Click on the colored bar of a Growth Item category for additional information. A Growth Item modal will pop up, displaying additional information about the Growth Items in these categories: Title, Priority, Requested By, and Created.

You can click on the category headings to sort Growth Items by category and use the search bar to search/filter for a certain Growth Item attribute.

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After each Growth Item in the Title column, there is a carrot icon. By clicking the carrot, additional Growth Item information will display in the modal.

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You can export the Growth Items displayed in the modal through the Excel icon. 

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