How to Select a Kronos Service Partner that Fits your Organization

Jenna Ryckman — Mar 2016

If your organization is planning a large Kronos project, one of the biggest decisions you will make is who you will work with to complete the project. Choosing to work with an outside Kronos consultant can be a very advantageous decision for three main reasons:

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3 Key Questions to ask Before Upgrading to Kronos WFC Version 8.0

Jenna Ryckman — Mar 2016

The release of the highly-anticipated Kronos Version 8.0 revolutionized the Kronos user experience. The new and improved platform boasts  enhanced industry capabilities, Global Deployments, and intuitive reporting and analytics. Kronos introduced over 500 new features between versions 7.0 and 7.07. Version 8.0 contains all those and many more. The new features and functionality are motivating organizations to start asking the question, "Should we upgrade to Kronos Version 8.0?"

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How much is your WFM Software really costing you?

Jenna Ryckman — Mar 2016

There is a hidden epidemic in organizations all across the world: an epidemic of unused software. U.S. organizations wasted $30 billion — yes, billion — on unused software over the course of a four-year study. The global average came to 37 percent of software unused per company. The cost: $259 per desktop. There are even more staggering statistics, including the fact that over a quarter of software deployed by organizations is unused or rarely used. Studies show that organizations do not have processes in place to accurately manage and utilize software assets. If software is not implemented or utilized properly, it can cost organizations hundreds and thousands of dollars.

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Change Management: The Strategy behind a Strong Kronos Implementation

Jenna Ryckman — Mar 2016

Kanter’s Law: Everything can look like a failure in the middle.

People resist change – it is a cliché because it is true. In any position of leadership, you will encounter resistance to change. People resist change in many different ways: from foot-dragging and complaining to petty sabotage or even outright mutiny. Change is a universal challenge because change always brings more work. The individuals closest to the change often find themselves in a place of resistance because of the inevitable unanticipated glitches in the middle of change, per “Kanter’s Law” that “everything can look like a failure in the middle.” Navigating change in the workplace is one of the most challenging endeavors an organization must take on.

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