In this article:

  1. Introduction to Health Insights

  2. Accessing Health Insights

  3. Metrics assessed and its calculation

  4. Common Questions

What is Health Insights?

Driving OKR adoption across every level of the organization is a surefire way of setting your organization up for success. OKR champions are tasked with ensuring everyone is engaging with their OKRs to move the needle on company goals.

To be able to understand OKR engagement across the organization, and closely monitor OKR health status, OKR champions have to create reports from the ground up which is a laborious and time-consuming process.

Ally’s Health Insights provides you a bird’s-eye view of the OKR health status, split across different categories that are key indicators contributing toward overall health.

  • OKR Progress and Status — Progress curve depicting how the OKRs have progressed over time, and how OKRs are categorized by the status.

  • Adoption — A high-level overview of how users and teams have adopted OKRs

  • Focus — This section sheds light on the alignment of user and team OKRs with the company OKRs

  • Performance — Indicators of top-performing teams and users based on how their OKRs have progressed

  • Engagement — Details on the OKR activity of users and teams such as check-ins made, comments, etc.


How do I access Health Insights?


Note: Currently, Health Insights is available at an organizational level to analyze OKR engagement of the teams.

  • Navigate to your organization's OKR page. Select Insights tab.

  • You will be shown the data pertaining to the aforementioned five sections to monitor and analyze the health status of the teams.

  • On the top-right corner of the organizational page, you will find a drop-down menu to choose a team and the time period. This will help you in narrowing down the analysis for specific teams during the specified time period.

What are the metrics under each section, and how is it calculated?

Metric

Description

How is it calculated?

OKR Progress and Status

OKR Progress

OKR progress refers to the accomplished value for an OKR based on the start and end date. This happens when check-ins are made on an OKR.

The value shown here refers to the OKR progress of the top-level OKRs for the organisation and teams.

Note that individual OKRs which are not aligned to a team or an organisation's OKR will not be included in this calculation.

OKR Status

Each OKR has a status that is associated with it. Status refers to Started, In-progress, On-track, etc.
These are manually added when an user make check-ins or can be derived from the progress made on an OKR.

The value shown here refers to all the OKRs for a team, organisation and individuals. If an individual has OKRs that are not aligned to a team or organisation, the status of these OKRs will be shown in this representation.

Adoption

Automated OKRs

These are OKRs that have an integration associated with them and check-ins to these OKRs are derived based on that integration.

The calculation here refers to all the OKRs for a team, organisation and individual.

User Engagement

This section refers to the count of regular users that are a part of a particular organisation based on their activity.

The users who are logged in and logged in refers to regular account type users and not observers. The number of users is based on when the sync has happened for this dashboard as shown at the top left panel.

User Status

This section refers to the count of regular users that are a part of a particular organisation based on their status.

The users who are logged in and logged in refers to regular account type users and not observers. The number of users is based on when the sync has happened for this dashboard as shown at the top left panel.

User Check-in Activity

This section refers to the count of regular users that are a part of a particular organisation based on their check-in activity.

The check-ins that are considered are both manual and automated. The OKRs that are considered top-level OKRs for a team, organisation and individual.

Team Check-in Activity

This section refers to the count of teams that are a part of a particular organisation based on their check-in activity.

The check-ins that are considered are both manual and automated. The OKRs that are considered top-level OKRs for a team.

Users without OKRs

This section refers to the count of regular users that are a part of a particular organisation based on the OKRs that they own.

Teams without OKRs

This section refers to the count of teams that are a part of a particular organisation based on the OKRs that they own.

Focus

OKR Alignment

This section refers to the count of OKRs that are aligned to a team or an organisation.

The OKRs that are considered here are all the OKRs for a team, organisation and individual.

User with more than 5 OKRs

This section refers to the count of OKRs that a user owns and grouped based on the number of OKRs owned by the user.

The OKRs that are considered here are top-level OKRs for a team, organisation and individual.

Teams with more than 5 OKRs

This section refers to the count of OKRs that are owned by a team.

The OKRs that are considered here are top-level OKRs for a team, organisation and individual.

Performance

Top Performing Teams

This section refers to list of teams grouped based on their OKR progress.

The OKRs considered for this calculation are the top-level OKRs. The sorting is done based on the average progress of the top-level OKRs)

Top Performing Users

This section refers to list of users grouped based on their OKR progress.

The OKRs considered for this calculation are the top-level OKRs. The sorting is done based on the average progress of the top-level OKRs)

Engagement

OKRs Created

This section refers to the number of OKRs created for a given time period.

The bar graph is displayed for the last 90 days. The OKRs considered for this calculation are all OKRs.

Check-ins Made

This section refers to the number of check-ins made on an OKR for a given time period.

The bar graph is displayed for the last 90 days. The OKRs considered for this calculation are all OKRs.

OKR Views

This section refers to the number of the times OKR entity page, OKR quick view page and OKR detailed view page has been viewed.

OKR Comments

This section refers to the count of comments made on the OKRs.

OKR Likes

This section refers to the count of likes that users have done on the comments of OKRs.

You can leverage these actionable insights by diving deeper into each of these metrics to view the underlying data, and making data-driven decisions to increase OKR adoption. Drilling further down on each of these categories will help you in easier identification and mitigation of risks.

OKR Progress and Status

Adoption

Focus



Performance



Engagement

Common Questions

  1. Who can access Health Insights?


    The org owners and users who have admin permissions – org and team admins, can access Health Insights. Team admins can view the dashboard of their respective teams.

  2. Can I export the reports?

    No, Health Insights cannot be exported. However, we are working on providing you with the ability to export these reports in a presentable manner.

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