What is Rise?
The rise.global Software-as-a-Service platform allows you to create scorecards that will self-motivate "scorees" to adopt and maintain habits and behaviour that lead to success.
The self-motivation of a scorees is helped by:
A comparision of regular scores (e.g. weekly) informs them whether they’re improving, flat-lining or declining, thus nudging them to change or continue
A drill down of how their single consolidated score allows them to prioritise which sub-activities to optimise
If they opt-in to a comparision against peers, the healthy competition will drive them to aim higher.
You can set up alerts for certain insights that are discovered from a time and peer analysis of the scores (you've improved 3 weeks in a row, you've just achieved a personal best, you've improved the highest from your peer group this week)
You can recognise success by awarding badges
- The scorecard facilitates conversations about success/improvement within the peer community
There are 3 components to the software:
Collect - collect (& record) data of both the "scorees" (individuals/organisations/teams,etc) and also the score entries for various "metrics" that will be used to create a "single consolidated score". This collection can happen via manual entry/csv import or via automated processes using Rise bespoke score collectors (e.g. the Rise Klout collector brings in individuals' klout scores) and the Rise API feature.
Generate - The powerful score algorithm that you create will apply its rules on the data collected and calculate the single consolidated scores into a Score Bulletin. This process can be scheduled on an automated cycle.
Publish & Share - Make the scores public when you are ready to your audiences. Choose the channels you wish to use to communicate the scores.
- What is a Rise scorecard?
- How do I get on a scorecard?
- How do I view and edit my Rise profile (account)?
- Can I leave a scorecard? Can I delete my Rise profile (account)?
- What’s my score and rank?
- How is my score calculated?
- How do I track my performance?
- How do I get notified about updates?