In this article:
- FAQs - Assessments
- How Do I Save My Work
- When doing an assessment, are the categories weighted? How are they graded?
- Maturity scoping on the Filipini scale, when to graduate from partially implemented to largely implemented
- Can only a portion of an assessment be shared with another person for editing
- How do I know what my most important gaps are in an assessment
- Can I see comparisons over time and histories
Axio360 utilizes autosave for most pages and areas of the UI. Data and state changes are automatically saved. A timestamp at the bottom of the page indicates an autosave action, which persists until the user navigates away from the page.
Scoring is out of 1000. Specific controls can be excluded, but they are all weighted evenly.
Maturity scoping on the Filipini scale, when to graduate from partially implemented to largely implemented
Scoping is important:
- Assure there is a fixed definition to use
- Hovering over each answer explains the difference.
- Perform workshops to help clarify exactly where those boundaries lie.
Sharing only parts of an assessment for editing by another person is available when the rest of the assessment is marked as “not applicable” before that person begins working on the assessment. Once they are done, the assessment can be changed back to applicable and un-shared.
Via the Aggregate Report by looking at the top and bottom five ranked categories.