Microsoft Viva Workshop

Discover how Microsoft Viva, an integrated platform built on top of Microsoft Teams, will help your people to be their best, to thrive in the new reality.

About the workshop

In today’s world, employees want more flexible remote work options, and meaningful in-person collaboration. Empowering people to thrive in a more flexible work world requires rethinking everything—from how you empower managers, to how you create culture, to how you reimagine the employee experience.

And that’s where Microsoft Viva comes in. As your employees are challenged with a growing imbalance between work and life, increased burnout, and decreased wellbeing, and your teams and organization face diminishing social capital, there is an urgent need to digitally reimagine the employee experience.

A three-phase engagement that provides an overview of the Art of the Possible, and deep dives across the Viva suite with Topics, Connections, or Learning.


  • Gather information on key business scenarios and customer’s employee experience maturity
  • Define scope
  • Identify business stakeholders
  • Introduce Microsoft Viva

Art of the possible:

  • Microsoft Viva overview with selected pathways
  • Showcase employee experience transformation and dive deep into each module
  • Demos and immersive experiences

Build the plan:

  • Prioritize customer’s top employee experience use cases and scenarios
  • Build a plan and define next steps to improve employee experience with Microsoft Viva
  • Adoption and Change Management Approach
  • A prioritized list of business scenarios that can be addressed by deploying Microsoft Viva
  • Recommended preparation in terms of skills and best practices
  • A roadmap outlining potential workstreams and dependencies with clear next steps
  • An adoption framework

This workshop is funded by Microsoft and delivered by FITTS


When it comes to compliance, you need an experienced partner. Request a fully funded Microsoft Viva Workshop today.

*Microsoft funding of $2,500 based on meeting Microsoft's eligibility criteria.