Microsoft unveils new technology to bridge the leader/employee disconnect
Microsoft announced new capabilities in its employee experience platform Viva to help empower employees in times of economic uncertainty. The new Viva capabilities will begin to become available to customers in early 2023.
“The data make it clear that hybrid work has led to a growing gap between employees and leaders. They are confused about what productivity is, how to maintain autonomy while ensuring accountability, the benefits of flexibility, and the role of the office. ,” Microsoft said in a blog postIncluding additional details on all new releases.
Among the new tools is Viva Pulse, a new app for managers and team leaders to receive regular and confidential feedback on their team’s experience using smart templates and research-backed questions to pinpoint where to focus. is to focus.
Plus, Viva Amplify is a new app that centralizes communication campaigns, provides writing guidance to improve message resonance, enables publishing across multiple channels and distribution groups in Microsoft 365, and metrics for improvement. provides.
Answers in Viva will now use AI to match employees with answers to questions and People in Viva will also use AI to match Profile card with details of an employee’s interests, knowledge and team goals.
The company also announced enhanced integration between Veeva and LinkedIn Learning, a new home experience in Veeva Connections to bring together Veeva apps in one place and role-based experience app Veeva Sales that will be generally available on October 3. Will happen.