At an individual level, these insights allows you to check whether someone is overburdened, or wasn't able to meet the deadlines, which might indicate the need to rethink his or her task distribution or reconsider the deadline expectations for this person.
Team insights are much more elaborate, and include not only pure stats on your team's work, but also global conclusions, ranging from teammates that might be overloaded with work, an unbalanced task distribution, warnings about possible bottlenecks or low performance situations, and of course, the "room for improvement" section, where we apply machine learning to suggest you the best way of improving your team's productivity.
Insights have not been designed as a tool for blaming concrete members of your team. Insights always try to be positive and offer suggestions to improve the satisfaction of all members of the team and the productivity of the team as a whole, either with a more balanced workload distribution, or pointing out situations that might be improved. We don't believe in "this is your fault", we believe in "what can we do together to improve the situation?". We believe in flat organisations, whose members have responsibility on their respective expertise areas, and the freedom to work on their tasks collaboratively with their teammates. We take this philosophy seriously, and it's at the very heart of how we designed "Insights".