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Qstream’s analytics dashboards provide precise, actionable insights into employee learning proficiency so managers can coach where and when it’s needed to enable their team’s growth and improve performance. Learn more about Qstream Reporting & Analytics with this starter Qstream microlearning course.

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Qstream Reporting & Analytics

Navigate through the Qstream questions below to preview. Each challenge is designed following Qstream’s best practices for maximum knowledge reinforcement and engagement. This Qstream is for clients to get an initial understanding of  Qstream’s simple yet intuitive reporting.

1. Benefits of Qstream Reporting >
2. Benefits of User Groupings >
3. Performance Dashboard Summary Page >
4. Content Analysis Report >
5. Coaching Opportunities  >
6. Benefits of Qstream Heatmaps >

Follow the interactions on each screen to answer Qstream questions as a Participant.

Which of the following statements are considered (a) benefit (s) of Qstream Reporting & Analytics?

Answer explanation:
Qstream offers deep yet simple analytics for L&D teams, managers, and executives. Managers gain insight into coaching opportunities on their team’s knowledge and capabilities. Qstream analytics allows for targeted conversations with employees on specific topics identified as knowledge gaps.

These real-time insights show learning program performance and areas of potential risk for continuous improvement across the organization.

Managers can verify proficiency, measure knowledge gaps and coach to correct behaviors with real-time learning analytics.

Which of the following statements are considered benefits of “user groupings” within the Qstream Performance Dashboard?

Answer explanation:
With Qstream, Program Managers can group users together based on factors most relevant to their organization from an analytics viewpoint, enabling them to answer targeted questions such as:

• Which user groups are/are not engaging with Qstream?
• Where are the key knowledge strengths and weaknesses throughout my organization?
• Which regions are most proficient, and which need the most help?

Examples of User Groupings include Country, State, Business Unit, and Job Role.

Qstream does highlight effective and engaging content within the content analysis dashboard.

The summary page within the Qstream Performance Dashboard provides Program Managers with a snapshot of overall ______, activity levels, and ______ across all Qstreams.

Answer explanation:
The summary page of the Performance Dashboard provides Program Managers with a high-level view of engagement, activity levels, and proficiency across all Qstreams. If desired, Program Managers can apply a filter to further analyze a single Qstream or selection of Qstreams.

• Overall Engagement includes the percentage of participants who have started, who have not yet started, and who have completed.

• Overall Activity levels include a participation rate, which is a calculation of the percentage of available questions to date that participants have answered.

• Overall Proficiency includes average initial proficiency, average current proficiency, and average proficiency improvement.

True or False? Qstream’s Content Analysis reports allow Program Managers to analyze how content is performing within a single or across multiple Qstreams.

Answer explanation:
Qstream's Content Analysis reports highlight effective and engaging content so that Program Managers can understand how specific content performs within a single Qstream or across multiple Qstreams.

Program Managers can also use this information to quantify how specific content is impacting a learner’s performance by identifying which material is effective or needs further review for improvements for future Qstreams.

With Qstream reporting and analytics, front-line managers gain insight into_______, learning program performance, areas of potential ______, and opportunities for continuous improvement across their organization.

Answer explanation:
Qstream’s front-line manager dashboards provide precise, actionable insights into employee learning proficiency. These robust analytics correlate learner proficiency to job performance and business impact. Managers can identify areas of potential risk and coach where and when it’s needed in order to continuously improve their organization’s performance.

Qstream’s Heatmaps are a powerful tool for leadership, as they _____________.

Answer explanation:
Qstream’s dynamic Heatmaps allow managers and senior leadership to quickly identify any knowledge gaps by user groupings, topic, and/or question.

Through easy-to-interpret visuals, leadership will immediately understand where additional training or coaching efforts should focus.

With Qstream’s Heatmaps, managers stay engaged with and informed of their team’s progress in real-time, empowering them with the information they need to coach their teams.

Qstream does allow Program Managers to view the percentage of participants who have started, not yet started, and who have completed their Qstream. This is available within the Summary Page of the Performance Dashboard.

Which of the following statements are considered (a) benefit (s) of Qstream Reporting & Analytics?

Answer explanation:
Qstream offers deep yet simple analytics for L&D teams, managers, and executives. Managers gain insight into coaching opportunities on their team’s knowledge and capabilities. Qstream analytics allows for targeted conversations with employees on specific topics identified as knowledge gaps.

These real-time insights show learning program performance and areas of potential risk for continuous improvement across the organization.

Managers can verify proficiency, measure knowledge gaps and coach to correct behaviors with real-time learning analytics.

Which of the following statements are considered benefits of “user groupings” within the Qstream Performance Dashboard?

Answer explanation:
With Qstream, Program Managers can group users together based on factors most relevant to their organization from an analytics viewpoint, enabling them to answer targeted questions such as:

• Which user groups are/are not engaging with Qstream?
• Where are the key knowledge strengths and weaknesses throughout my organization?
• Which regions are most proficient, and which need the most help?

Examples of User Groupings include Country, State, Business Unit, and Job Role.

Qstream does highlight effective and engaging content within the content analysis dashboard.

The summary page within the Qstream Performance Dashboard provides Program Managers with a snapshot of overall ______, activity levels, and ______ across all Qstreams.

Answer explanation:
The summary page of the Performance Dashboard provides Program Managers with a high-level view of engagement, activity levels, and proficiency across all Qstreams. If desired, Program Managers can apply a filter to further analyze a single Qstream or selection of Qstreams.

• Overall Engagement includes the percentage of participants who have started, who have not yet started, and who have completed.

• Overall Activity levels include a participation rate, which is a calculation of the percentage of available questions to date that participants have answered.

• Overall Proficiency includes average initial proficiency, average current proficiency, and average proficiency improvement.

True or False? Qstream’s Content Analysis reports allow Program Managers to analyze how content is performing within a single or across multiple Qstreams.

Answer explanation:
Qstream's Content Analysis reports highlight effective and engaging content so that Program Managers can understand how specific content performs within a single Qstream or across multiple Qstreams.

Program Managers can also use this information to quantify how specific content is impacting a learner’s performance by identifying which material is effective or needs further review for improvements for future Qstreams.

With Qstream reporting and analytics, front-line managers gain insight into_______, learning program performance, areas of potential ______, and opportunities for continuous improvement across their organization.

Answer explanation:
Qstream’s front-line manager dashboards provide precise, actionable insights into employee learning proficiency. These robust analytics correlate learner proficiency to job performance and business impact. Managers can identify areas of potential risk and coach where and when it’s needed in order to continuously improve their organization’s performance.

Qstream’s Heatmaps are a powerful tool for leadership, as they _____________.

Answer explanation:
Qstream’s dynamic Heatmaps allow managers and senior leadership to quickly identify any knowledge gaps by user groupings, topic, and/or question.

Through easy-to-interpret visuals, leadership will immediately understand where additional training or coaching efforts should focus.

With Qstream’s Heatmaps, managers stay engaged with and informed of their team’s progress in real-time, empowering them with the information they need to coach their teams.

Qstream does allow Program Managers to view the percentage of participants who have started, not yet started, and who have completed their Qstream. This is available within the Summary Page of the Performance Dashboard.

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