You can write a JQL like
assignee in membersOf("jira-developers")
Here "jira-developers" group holds all the 16 members. If a group like this doesn't exist then you can create one. Just save the above JQL as a filter. Then on Dashboard use the 2 dimensional gadget and choose Y axis as assignee and X axis as "status" of the issue. This way you can see the number of issues in various statuses across projects for various assignees
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