Optimizing the workday to become a ‘truly human organization’

What if we knew, without having to guess, how to optimize work productivity while balancing our creativity and happiness? With that knowledge, what could we be empowered to do? That’s what Microsoft partner Accenture aimed to find out when it harnessed Microsoft’s Workplace Analytics.

Explore how a team at Accenture unlocked insights from everyday work in order to optimize their workdays and live the company’s mission to be a truly human organization. And see how together we’re helping customers unleash the data that can help them transform.


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