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Get It, Got It, Good - Increasing Efficiency with Kronos Training Zen

Dwain Lambrigger — Feb 2010

After reviewing the blogs, white papers and presentations that describe the philosophy behind Training Zen, now it is time to consider if it actually works for you and your organization. After all, the initial investment will be higher than other forms of training. What is in it for you and what makes this work? These two things will be covered today and in the next blog article, "Efficient and effective Training."

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How to communicate with IT for your Kronos Implementation

Bryan deSilva — Feb 2010

I just read a great little blog article that is quite clear about how to communicate with your IT department. It's geared towards Marketing folk, but it certainly applies to you in HR, Payroll and Benefits.

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The Kronos & PeopleSoft & every other software Change Control Guide

Bryan deSilva — Feb 2010

Upgrading complicated software, such as Kronos and PeopleSoft can be a challenge at best. Typically, this process takes up to six months with many hours of testing, design and development. There are several key elements that every organization needs in order to effectively maintain change control: standardization of customization's, updated documentation, standardized testing requirements. Maintaining these requirements helps improve the quality of an upgrade and improved SOX and SAS-70 requirements.

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Bang for Your Buck - The Kronos Database in Training Zen

Dwain Lambrigger — Feb 2010

Training is over. Your employees are back on the floor, ward, facility or department and they go to review the schedules for their department. Upon accessing the system, they note that the schedules they trained with aren't there. The jobs to match what they used in training, and the labor levels are completely different. Concern grows as users of the application become uncomfortable and somewhat confused using their live environment because what they trained on was completely different.  

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Kronos Training Zen is thinking about new stuff

Bryan deSilva — Feb 2010

As you know Dwain and I have been working on our custom training initiative for Kronos WFC Timekeeper and related products for the past several months. I think Dwain has been communicating what this is all about pretty well in the white paper, presentation and various blog entries.

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Who's Job Is It Anyway?

Bryan deSilva — Feb 2010

One of the most dangerous comments I hear when analyzing an organization is, "that's not our job". Of course it's one of the most common threads of thought isn't it? What are we really saying with that oft used phrase? 

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