The workplace has changed and continues to evolve. That means we need to change how we think about the workplace and the employee experience from the way we leverage technology to the way we sustain the employee experience.
Our perspective is fundamental to how we approach our services and the solutions we engineer - it guides everything we do.
We should consider employees more like customers - or even better yet humans - given that employees are simply people. What motivates them, what they value, how they communicate and learn, doesn't change when they log onto Teams, walk through the office door or on the plant floor.
Diversity goes beyond the highly visible categories of race, gender & sexual preference. As humans, we are multidimensional. Our perspectives and challenges are defined more by our life experiences than the demographic boxes we check.
There's much to be excited about with the launch of Microsoft Viva, but it's important to keep its significance in perspective. It's just a platform (kinda). It's what you do with it that creates the experience not the technology itself. Don't miss this opportunity to create something incredible.
Our purpose is to help companies and communities build and manage human-centric experiences that foster diverse, inclusive and sustainable cultures. Our ultimate goal is for as many businesses as possible to be thriving & sustainable organizations - even those who aren’t our customers.
The employee experience isn’t linear or isolated; strategies don’t work well in silos. If you are still structured in a way that impedes creating an exceptional employee experience, we want to help you change that or work around that.
We believe you should think of employees as consumers – or even better, as humans – starting with the strategies we create and the solutions we design, as well as day-to-day interactions.
We also believe this takes a village – the drivers of success are too interconnected and complex to be handled in silos or without the right mix of skills and expertise.
We spend most of our time at work, and it should be a place we want to go because we are using our natural talents and strengths most of the time.... a place where we are contributing our best and helping our company succeed.
Workplace software and technology solutions should support and enable the experience, not drive it. You can’t define the employee experience without considering digital touchpoints, but you can’t really affect the experience without looking beyond the technology.
Change management and governance play an essential role in creating and sustaining an exceptional employee experience and are interwoven into everything we do.
We aren’t doing this simply to make employees happy, we also expect to help you maximize investments in your people, within the context of everything else that needs to get done. In reality these outcomes are interconnected, not mutually exclusive.
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