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How to master the digital employee experience

How to master hybrid work and the digital employee experience

Modern leadership is no easy feat. The speed at which organizations do business is increasing. Not to mention the technological advancements in recent years, like robots, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, which are all transforming knowledge work as we know it.

One of the biggest disruptions yet was the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020, which changed the knowledge work practicalities almost overnight. Hybrid work is likely here to stay, and companies who are scrambling to enable the desired remote work conditions are eager to find the best possible software, tools, and monitoring processes, to cater to employee wishes.

Microsoft Teams has become the dominant player in supporting location independent hybrid work. It has a role in the majority of companies that utilize Microsoft technology. Once Microsoft completed their vision with the Microsoft Viva service family to support the overall employee experience, the solution became also the center of communications. For the first time, companies get a shared platform for both business collaboration and organization communication. This makes Microsoft Teams the most powerful solution to support people and communication aspects of modern leadership as shown in Figure 1 below.

Figure 1: Microsoft view to employee experience platform (Adapted from:

Fingertip – filling the gaps in hybrid work

However, much of Teams’ architecture and philosophy supports primarily team level activities, which makes information siloed and blocks much of the transparency and structure required for good leadership to take place. Built natively into the Microsoft Teams, the Fingertip solution brings critical aspects of leadership to be part of everyone’s daily flow of work.

Fingertip extends the Microsoft Teams platform. It gives people visibility to their daily jobs by bridging work across teams and channels. It relies on five functionalities that support the core pillars of leadership that Microsoft Teams on its own does not cover: task management, planning, decision making, objectives management, and organizing meetings.

Fingertip is intuitive to learn for anyone familiar with Microsoft Teams, making it easy to adopt. It is an easy way to lead in Microsoft Teams, that is collaborative, transparent, accountable, and documented.

Read our new hybrid work guide, and become a master in leading modern hybrid work using Fingertip for Microsoft Teams.

Follow the link to download your copy of the Fingertip whitepaper: Leading hybrid work in Microsoft Teams.

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