What’s new in Microsoft 365 – Productivity Score

An introduction to the Microsoft 365 Productivity Score

Using the analytics in Microsoft 365 for insights into the working patterns of your remote workforce

Measuring productivity is a vexed issue. What is productivity, are you measuring input or output and what does this actually tell you?

In this 30 minute session, we will give an overview of the things you can measure in Microsoft 365 and how this may help your managers. We’ll demo the dashboards that show trends in usage that may be indicative of changes in levels of engagement or adoption of new technology in your business.

What you will have as a result of this session is

  • an overview of the Microsoft 365 Productivity Score,
  • how to navigate the information it contains
  • and how you may use this to have a better understanding about how different departments within your business are utilising applications

Plus: five new features that could help streamline process and get people working more effectively:

  • Approvals App for rapid sign offs
  • Virtual Agent Bots for automating common enquiries
  • Presenter View for more professional information sharing
  • Channel Calendar for syncing diaries – particularly across a project or specialist team
  • Improved Outlook integration – self explanatory

We look forward to seeing you there.

Mark Flynn, Strategic Advisor

An Introduction to Microsoft's Productivity Score:Insights into working patterns

This document shows how the Productivity Score is calculated and provides an overview of the analytics included. It’s a summary of the nine key dashboards, what they tell you and what you might want to do with that information.

We believe that what gets measured get managed and that one of the ways you can make the most of your investment in Microsoft 365 is by looking at how people are working.

This is a good place to start.

An introduction to Microsoft's productivity score