You can now add up to 20 custom Pitch IQ scoring criteria in LearnCore. This allows you to create a 'bank' of criteria where any combination of 5 can be selected as the scoring rubric within Pitch IQ courses. Now let's walk through setup in the platform...
Part 1: Create a list of criteria and fill out the description
Admin -> Account Management -> Pitch IQ Criteria
- Criteria should be related to the important skills that are indicators of success within your organization.
- Be sure to include criteria and descriptions that can be used for both Written and Recorded Pitch IQs.
- Keep updates to this page as minimal as possible. Changing any metric will overwrite all instances where that metric is used, including courses that were previously published.
Tip: You don't need to initially create all 20 criteria. Keep the criteria set to "In-active" until you want it to appear in the list of criteria to choose from in Step 4 of the Course Creation process.
- Default = Default criteria that will appear when a new Pitch IQ course is created. There are 5 default metrics and these can be changed at any time in Account Management.
- Active = Criteria that will appear in the dropdown in Step 4 of Course Creation that the rubric can be changed to.
- In-Active = Criteria that may be in draft mode or unused. This will not show up as an option when creating a course.
Note: Descriptions have a 150 character limit.
Part 2: Select the appropriate criteria in a course.
Admin -> Course Creation -> Step 4 Pitch IQ Creation
Choose the 5 metrics that align with the course you are creating. Only Default and Active criteria will appear as options.
Part 3: Reporting
Reporting -> "User" Report -> Visualization -> Pitch IQ Visualizations
Only Default and Active Criteria used in courses will appear in this report. When a user is selected, there is a "visualization" icon that appears in the upper righthand corner. This compares that individual's score (green) to those in the account (grey). This can help you understand the gaps for the individual as it relates to the rest of the company.
Visualizations (Blue Pie Chart icon) will automatically appear where relevant.