Standardizing workforce management can be challenging for global companies. Learn how Maxim Integrated uses a Kronos solution to standardize practices.
Maxim wanted all employees at its 26 locations worldwide on the same workforce management solution in order to streamline configuration, simplify support, make training easier, and improve employee adoption. The company also wanted to be sure the solution could provide compliance with varying local labor laws, access to real-time information, and accurate reporting — and be available in multiple languages.
In this white paper, Maxim's Kronos project management team shares its best practices and lessons learned during the company's global workforce management standardization project. Discover the steps Maxim took to ensure a successful initiative, including how to:
- Identify potential issues at the start
- Create focused project teams with defined roles and responsibilities
- Generate a realistic project timeline
- Strike a balance between local and global requirements
- Anticipate site needs and user questions
- Select and engage project ambassadors
- Create a communication plan that outlines activities and messaging
- Deliver effective training to enhance adoption
Download this informative white paper to learn more about Maxim's successful global workforce management standardization using a Kronos solution and the lessons the company learned during the process.
"We also went to the Kronos Manufacturing Executive Summit with a list of questions so we could talk with Kronos customers who had been through global implementations before."
Senior Manager, Architect and Business Lead for Kronos Project