Interpreting an Accomplishment Card

An accomplishment is a set of related activities that, when completed, represent a learning milestone. Each of these related activities is called criteria. The accomplishment card tracks your people as they complete the criteria that make up an accomplishment.

This article consists of 7 main sections:

Activity Timeline

The Activity Timeline shows the last few weeks of activity in your account. You can see how active your people are and if their activity is related to the accomplishment this card analyzes.

Key questions answered: When were people in my organization most active? When have people been working towards completing this accomplishment?

Blue circles represent activity related to the accomplishment (typically learners completing criteria), and grey circles represent activity not related to the accomplishment. A black dot is placed on the timeline every day Watershed sees activity from your people, and and the circle around the dot gets larger as more activity comes in. Hover your mouse over a circle to learn the date and how much activity came into Watershed that day.

Group Leaderboard

The Group Leaderboard shows how different parts of your organization are performing on an accomplishment.

Please note: if your organization's structure is not in Watershed, you will not see the Group Leaderboard section.
Key questions answered: Which parts of my organization are working towards finishing this accomplishment? Which part of my organization is performing the best on assessments related to the accomplishment? Which part of my organization is quickest at finishing this accomplishment?

Here are the different data points on the Group Leaderboard:

  • Completed is the percentage of registrants in the group that have completed the accomplishment.
  • The Criteria Score is the average of scores earned on criteria across the group. If none of your criteria were scored, a criteria score will not show.
  • The Accomplishment Progress bar gives a high-level view of how many criteria registered people have finished. Use the color key at the bottom of the chart or hover over different parts of the bar to get numbers. If no members of a group have registered for the accomplishment, the Accomplishment Progress bar will not show data.
  • Avg Registration to Completion is the average amount of time that passed between registration and completion for each member of the group.
  • Avg Total Criteria Durationis the average amount of time members of each group spent actively working on finishing criteria.

Click Completed or Criteria Score to sort the table by those columns.

You’ll be able to navigate your organization by clicking group names within the table or searching for a group name in the search box. When you select a specific group, data for the entire skills card is limited to the group you chose.

This is similar to using the Search Bar at the top of the card. If you want to view data across your entire organization after having chosen a group, click the X in the group filter below the search bar at the top of the card.

Leaderboard

The Leaderboard shows how individual people that have registered for this accomplishment are performing.

Key questions answered: Who has completed this accomplishment? Who is likely to complete this accomplishment? How are individuals scoring on assessments related to this accomplishment? How many criteria has an individual completed? How long did it take people to finish this accomplishment?

Here are the different data points on theLeaderboard:

  • Completion Probability predicts the likelihood a person will finish this accomplishment. It’s based on behavior of other people in your organization and is calculated using a statistical method called Bayes’ Theorem. If nobody has completed your accomplishment yet, completion probability for everyone will be 0%.
  • The Criteria Score is the average of scores earned on completed criteria.
  • Last Weeks of Activity shows how active each person has been in the last few weeks. Like the Activity Timeline at the top of the report, blue dots represent activity related to the accomplishment and grey dots represent unrelated activity. Blue dots typically represent the person completing a criteria. A larger dot means more activity. Hover over any point in the timeline to learn more details.
  • Criteria Complete shows the number and percentage of criteria each person has completed.
  • Registration to Completion is the amount of time between registration and completion. If a learner hasn’t completed the accomplishment, Registration to Completion will not show data.
  • Total Criteria Duration is the total amount of active time each learner spent on each on criteria related to the accomplishment. If Watershed doesn’t have time data for your criteria, Total Criteria Duration will be blank.

Use the search bar at the top of the table to search for a specific person, or click People, Completion Probability, or Criteria Score to sort the table by that column.

Criteria

The Criteria section shows how close people in your organization are to completing the individual criteria that make up the accomplishment.

Key questions answered: How many people have completed each criteria? How are people scoring on assessments related to criteria? How long are people taking to complete criteria?

Each of the criteria that makes up your accomplishment is listed out. Below each of the criteria, you'll see the number of people that have completed each criteria along with a percentage. This is the percentage of people who registered for the accomplishment that have completed the critera.

You might see additional data related to each criteria:

    • If any of the criteria give a score upon completion, Average Score is the average of all scores from people who completed the criteria.
    • If any of the criteria tell Watershed how long it took people to finish, Average Total Duration is the average of all of the completion times.

Criteria Completion Sequence

The criteria that make up an accomplishment do not have to be completed in a certain order. The Criteria Completion Sequence section shows the order in which people are completing the criteria.

Key questions answered: What order are people finishing the criteria? Which criteria are most people finishing first? Which criteria are people finishing last?

The rows of the table are all of the criteria, and each column is a step number. The percentage values in each table cell show the percentage of people that completed the criteria in the indicated order. Hover your mouse over any value in the table to see the data written in sentence structure.

Group Criteria Completion

The Group Criteria Completion section shows how close different parts of your organization are to completing each criteria in your accomplishment.

Please note: if your organization's structure is not in Watershed, you will not see the Group Criteria Completion section.
Key questions answered: How much progress has a specific group made towards finishing a criteria? Which part of my organization has not made much progress towards finishing the accomplishment?

The rows of the table are groups within your account, and each column is a criteria. The percentage values in each table cell show the percentage of registered people in the group that have completed the criteria. Hover your mouse over any value in the table to see additional data.

You’ll be able to navigate your organization by clicking group names within the table or searching for a group name in the search box. When you select a specific group, data for the entire skills card is limited to the group you chose.

This is similar to using the Search Bar at the top of the card. If you want to view data across your entire organization after having chosen a group, click the X in the group filter below the search bar at the top of the card.

Criteria Completion

The Criteria Completion section shows which criteria each person that has registered for your accomplishment has completed.

Key question answered: Which criteria has a certain person completed?

The rows of the table are people that have registered for your accomplishment, and each column is a criteria. You can use the search bar to look for a specific person. If the person has completed the indicicated criteria, you'll see the word completed. If the person has not completed the criteria, you'll see the words Not Completed.

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