The Scoring Fingerprint is a visual summary of you and your teams evaluation of an organization or person.

Your rubric defines five weighted evaluation criteria scored out of 10. The Scoring Fingerprint plots each score from inside to outside, meaning the centre is defined as zero, middle is equal to five, while the outer line is equal to 10.

The score in the centre is a weighted score out of 100 based on the five individual criteria scores.

Your Personal Scores. The think band outlines your scores. The small circles mark the criteria you can drag to change your scores as you learn more about the topic and change your evaluation.

Team Scores. The thin bands in the background identify the scores from team members. They are intentionally not labelled to protect unbiased individual assessments in teams of 3 or more.

Colors. The bands are colored to match the criteria that has the highest score. When you setup your scoring rubric, each criteria is assigned a color following the set sequence of blue, green, yellow, red, grey.

A red band means that the fourth criteria achieved the highest score.

This helps teams rapidly recognise and distinguish patterns across areas of evaluation.

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