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Letting go of the Kronos Working Smarter Café blog

October 1, 2014

Letting go Red BalloonSeptember 30 closed our fiscal year, and ended my bean counting of blog views for my most successful month ever. “My” of course is “our,” although up to now I’ve referred to this space as “my blog.” In the month of September, this blog received the most views ever for a Kronos blog, and it was done with the help of guest bloggers including Lisa Pratt, Jenna (Maver) Slattery, Melissa Spinella, and Valerie Welland. Thank you, ladies. They all did a great job, but the one thing we all have in common is that we’re in marketing, or as Lisa calls us, “the kings and queens of hype.” The truth hurts.

As we open a brand new year, I want to evolve this blog into place where high quality workforce management expertise is produced and consumed like a manufacturing run of Mercedes-Benz in Germany. Our organization is staffed with practitioners who can share their expertise and experience across many dimensions of workforce management, including:

  • Kronos products
  • User Experience
  • Scheduling
  • Kronos reporting and workforce analytics
  • Change Management
  • Training your Kronos Users
  • Testing Kronos solutions
  • Technology infrastructure and performance
  • Managing a Kronos Implementation Project
  • Multinational deployments
  • HR
  • Payroll
  • Upgrading your Kronos software
  • Integrating Kronos with other systems
  • Getting more from your Kronos investment
  • Industry-specific best practices
    And of course,
  • The Kronos cloud…

There are also experts in our customer and partner organizations. Some of them will be sharing their expertise next month at KronosWorks. I want you to blog here, too! Please let me know if you’d like to participate.

If I’m successful, by this time next year, the Working Smarter Café will no longer be “my” blog. It will be yours, but I do hope you’ll still let me post once in a while.

Happy New Year.

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