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Microsoft Viva: Why it could be ‘a massive opportunity’ for HR execs

Analysts say this Microsoft Viva could be the 'ultimate technology-based employee experience' platform.

Why Microsoft is betting big on adding goals to Viva

This fall, Microsoft plans to add OKR—objectives and key results—to its HR suite. Will goals help curtail the Great Resignation?

Will Facebook-like features in Viva Engage help build corporate culture?

Employees wil soon be able to post pictures of their family vacations inside their Teams tool. Is this the new face of team-building?

How data is changing HR at Microsoft, Walgreens and Morgan Stanley

This trio of Fortune 500 companies is relying on HR data to drive transformation.

10 things Microsoft has learned about successful hybrid work

While the pandemic is still redefining what hybrid looks like, Microsoft's HR team is already capitalizing on lessons learned.

Microsoft Shakes Up the EX Market

Replay the discussion between Josh Bersin and Microsoft General Manager Seth Patton on the implications of the recent Microsoft Viva announcement.

Reskilling: A matter of ‘survival’

Future growth is dependent on smart reskilling strategies.

Can today’s employee listening tools predict workplace violence?

Listening tools are designed to collect and analyze the data from employee sentiments—but can they look into their impulses?

Buying HR technology? You should start at the top of the stack

In today's market, the reality for many organizations is that 'time and resources are best invested in improving the experience,' writes global industry analyst Josh Bersin.

Josh Bersin: Why the Cornerstone-EdCast deal will have ‘a huge impact’

The deal means Cornerstone is now 'one of the most mature and end-to-end skills engine providers in the market,' the global analyst writes.

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