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What is Change Management - Part Deux

Bryan deSilva — May 2009

For this series we're using the ambiguous term Change Management (CM) as a hybrid of all three descriptors mentioned last article. It's a way to manage change in an organization related to Kronos Workforce Central software development, configuration and upgrades. For our purposes this includes both the cultural/functional (actually CM) and technical changes (actually CC) the improvements will bring.

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Change Matters

Bryan deSilva — May 2009

Welcome to the second in the series of the Kronos WFC Upgrade Studio Change Management Toolkit. Remember, no psycho-babble. No discussion of checkpoints, Change Control Review Boards or big flowcharts. We're going to focus on the stuff that matters.

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Kronos WFC Change Management - A Start

Bryan deSilva — May 2009

How do you handle change?

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Reviewing Your Kronos Release Documentation

Amy Doughten — May 2009

Our last major testing step pre-upgrade is to review the Kronos release documentation for new features.

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Payroll - Is it Still Working Correctly? Important Tests To Ensure a Successful Kronos Upgrade

Amy Doughten — May 2009

The third in a series of articles by guest author Chris Flanders

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Testing Your Kronos User Manual!

Amy Doughten — May 2009

The second in a series of articles by guest author Chris Flanders.

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Kronos Major Version Upgrade Checklist

Amy Doughten — May 2009

We have another guest author this week! I'd like to introduce you to Chris Flanders. Chris (or as we affectionately call him, "The Pioneer of the Schedule-Centric Model" is an expert within several areas of Kronos, and is one of the best scheduler experts around.  This is the first of a 4-part series by Chris; the next 3 parts will detail areas where testing is critical.

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What is the verdict? Should your company upgrade?

Amy Doughten — May 2009

This week we've discussed the three main reasons to upgrade: Software currency, tech support, and optimization. However, do these reasons mean your company should just jump right in and upgrade?  

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