The iWAM Team Comparison Report compares people side-by-side with a graph for each pattern.
For each pattern, the graph explains what is measured and what a high/low
score means. The sample below is for just one pattern, Affective Communication.
On this report, two groups of people are compared - the first group represents
the scores for some high-performing employees, the second group is made
up of counter-examples (people that perform less well). Statistically,
the groups are compared to each other. To build a model, we also compare
the top performers with the standard group for the culture. This second
comparison indicates patterns that might be typical for the organizational
- "OF6P" - This is the code name for Affective Communication. Each pattern will have a different code.
- Black Bar - This is the range of scores for the standard group. This black bar is important because it shows
you how people compare to the culture (this can be either the culture of a country
or of the organization). The one grey bar above the black bar represents the
average score for the standard group.
- Initials - These are the
initials of the test takers. You can use the team comparison to compare
a few people, dozens of people, or more.
- X - The "X" indicates
that individual's score on this particular pattern.
- Percentages - The percentages
on the right side indicate how each person scored in relation to the
standard group. This can be confusing at first, but just remember that
0 - 100 is the acceptable range of scores. Below 0% would be too low,
and above 100% would be excessively high. You can see that only one
score in the first group fell out of the standard group's range (J.C.
- Grey Bar - The grey bar
is the typical range of scores for these team members. It's like the
standard group, but just for the people listed here. You can see that
most of the scores fall into this range. The small black bar on top
of the grey bar indicates the average score for the people listed here.
- Percentages - The percentage
on the left of the bottom row is the lowest score of a person on this
list. The percentage on the right is the highest score. As usual, the
parcentages are in relation to the standard group. The first group has
a range of -2% to 34% (with an average score of 16%), so we can conclude
that this group is slightly less motivated by Affective Communication
than the standard group, but still within an appropriate range.