Multitudes provides insights focused on a few key areas for teams:
Flow of Work: These insights are all about how the work gets done – Multitudes shows how quickly the team finishes work and what’s blocking or interrupting people along the way. We measure things like:
Wellbeing: These insights provide an indicator of how people are doing – are they working long hours? Does the team communicate in ways that promote psychological safety? We measure things like:
Collaboration: These insights are all about how the team collaborates to get work done – who’s getting support and who’s not? Who’s doing a lot of work to support others? We measure things like:
For more on why we’ve chosen these measures and how we calculate them, check out this blog post: What We Measure and Why.
Check out this blog post for more information: What We Measure and Why
We’ve left the team structure flexible so it can meet your needs: We allow people to be on multiple teams, or on no teams at all.
However, if someone is not on any team, then they won’t appear in our graphs (since our tool is focused on helping teams work better together). As soon as you add them to at least one team, then they will be included in our insights.
By measuring team behaviors, Multitudes is able to spot where people are being excluded in the day-to-day work. Because of systemic bias, good intent sometimes doesn’t translate to fair and equitable actions. Multitudes helps you track whether you’re living your values in practice, and then will point out any gaps and suggest potential next steps. As you take action to improve, you can use Multitudes to track your progress.