Using Benchmark Reports

Understanding & Using Benchmark Reports

Introduction to Benchmark Reports

Benchmarking reports allow you to compare and contrast results across your organisation for both Huddle and SurveysUse these reports with your leaders to identify areas of innovation, teams that are doing well, or spot the risks and those that need support

Viewing your Benchmarking Report
To find your Benchmarking Report simply log into Teamgage and choose Benchmarking from left-hand side navigation menu. When you first open a Benchmarking Report you'll see the top level Teams and their comparative activity and results, giving you a glimpse of the high-level results in the organisation.

A Benchmarking Report is divided into three main areas:
  1. Team List: A list of all the teams that make-up your organisation*. Based on your organisation structure, you may find you need to "expand" a parent Team (aka a department) to find a specific sub-team. 
  2. Teamgage Activity: These are the specific activities that make-up the Teamgage process including the Submission Response Rates, Comments, Meetings & Actions created.
  3. Results: These are unique metrics that your organisation and teams are using Teamgage to continuously improve at.



*The list of Teams you can see is also determined by your access level. If you can't see a team that you should be able to, check with the Teamgage Admin at your organisation. You can also always send our team a message (support@teamgage.com) so we can double-check your access.

Expanding your Report to view specific Teams

You can expand each Team from the listing on the left hand side of the report, to drill down on the individual sub-teams that make up that parent-Team. You can choose to expand on a per Team basis or expand all.


Expanding and collapsing reports in the new benchmarking view


Filtering & Sorting your Report 

In the Benchmarking Report you can also sort all columns by filter.  Note: only expanded reports will be sorted accordingly. 

Throughout the Benchmarking Report, you'll also find tooltips to explain a specific filter (Eg. Metric Set) or help you understand the individual Teams that roll-up into a parent department / area. Simply hover on the ? icon to view that specific tooltip.


Full report name on tooltip


Added tooltips explain what the numbers mean. All numbers in Teamgage activity is an aggregated value of the child reports. 


  1. Create a benchmark report for your organisation
  2. Creating a benchmark report for a specific department (and the sub teams within that department)
  3. Create a Huddle benchmark report for a manager with multiple teams
  4. Providing a manager/executive with access to a benchmark report
  5. Exporting results from a Benchmarking Report

If you have any questions about benchmark reports contact our team & schedule a training session - support@teamgage.com

Last update 4th May 2021





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