Plan Your Work - Building a Training Plan for your Kronos Implementation - Part I

Dwain Lambrigger — Nov 2009

The last few posts have discussed the analysis required to develop a good training plan for your Kronos Workforce Central implementation. Once all of analysis has been completed, it is time to begin building a training plan and put it to paper. This plan will become the sacred text of your training program, so it is important to get it right. In this installment, we will get the final pieces of the puzzle, then begin putting it all together. In the next installment, we will finish building the training plan document. 

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...And How Will Kronos Training Zen Happen?

Dwain Lambrigger — Oct 2009

Learner and logistics analyses are vital steps in understanding your organization and developing Kronos Training Zen. 

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...And What Do They Need To Know? (Kronos Training)

Dwain Lambrigger — Oct 2009

Task, policy and procedure analysis are vital parts of a thorough Discovery and should be incorporated into the Training Plan of any Kronos implementation or upgrade. 

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Who Are We Training Anyway?

Dwain Lambrigger — Sep 2009

When applying the Training Zen approach to your Kronos training plan it is vital to fully understand your employees and how they will be using the Kronos Workforce Central (WFC) application. One of the first tasks to take on is to analyze the different users in the organization and figure out what they need to know. By properly analyzing this, and avoiding some common pitfalls, you will have an excellent start to your needs analysis and by extension, your entire Kronos training program.  

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Standardized Kronos Training - Is the Value Always There?

Dwain Lambrigger — Sep 2009

With today's economic constraints, the old cliche' quickly comes to mind: We need to do more with less. This is understandable. We all need to tighten our belts now. The same is obviously true for your Kronos Training project. Often, training is one of the first things cut in a time of financial challenge. This is understandable. Unfortunate, but understandable. 

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What is Kronos Training Zen, and How Do You Achieve It?

Dwain Lambrigger — Sep 2009

Training for your Kronos implementation is a unique challenge. What are your parameters for success?  What tools can be used to ensure success, or more importantly, to prevent failure? It isn't enough to simply hold a training class and give participants a manual. Organizations today must strive to have employees become active learners in training, then confident users afterward. How can this goal be achieved? Let's start with the object of the training, the employee. Do you have a clear understanding of what tasks your employees undertake, and how the Kronos Workforce Central implementation will affect them? Some other questions to consider:

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Kronos Training Zen - The beginning

Bryan deSilva — Aug 2009

Developing an effective training strategy is an important part of your Kronos Timekeeper (or any products) implementation/upgrade. While good training has a hand in its success, poorly planned and executed training can lead to dissatisfied employees and a loss of productivity. Training can be a significant investment of both time and money, so it is important get the most bang for your buck.
Here are questions to ponder when developing a training strategy.

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