Microsoft Workplace Analytics is a cloud-based analytics service that provides rich, actionable insights into your company’s communication and collaboration trends to help you make more effective business decisions.
Combining the organizational data that your company chooses to provide with email and calendar metadata from Office 365, Workplace Analytics enables analysts to provide business leaders with unprecedented insights about how people spend their time, and who they spend it with. These insights empower business leaders to drive strategies for sales, employee engagement, and productivity initiatives.
You can explore the data with the Workplace Analytics dashboards, and dive deeper into your company’s behavioral metrics by using custom queries and query templates that can be exported to enable offline analysis.
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Workplace Analytics gives you different ways to explore your data.
Home provides a high-level overview of collaboration, and links to popular features.
Explore contains a set of analytical dashboards that are the starting point to gain quick insights into your data and identify where you want to investigate further.
Week in the life provides a summary of day-to-day collaboration in the organization.
Meetings overview provides a summary of meeting norms within your organization.
Management and coaching provides a summary of collaboration between leaders, managers and employees.
Networks and collaboration provides a summary of the network patterns within the company.
Sources gives you a deeper look at the data available for study within Workplace Analytics. You can see both Office 365 data and the organizational data you have imported for analysis.
Queries give you flexibility to dive deeper into your organization’s behavioral metrics to generate insights. You can create three types of queries in Workplace Analytics: Person, Group, and Meeting. Each query type can help answer specific questions you may be investigating.
Settings contains options for you to customize system defaults and privacy settings.