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Open Enrollment Tips

Tips for a successful Workday Open Enrollment!

Bad data – it’s kinda like putting cheap oil in your brand new performance car…

Bad data, lack of validation procedures, lack of attention to detail… as a veteran of over 50 Workday projects, it’s a theme I’ve seen repeated over and over again.

Year-end Go-Live and Workday® Support Done Right

System support should be simple. If a client has a system problem, they should contact their respective consultancy/support mechanism to get an answer.

What is Great Customer Service in the Consulting World?

Over the past few months, we have had several people ask – ‘How do you do it?’ – with regard to Kognitiv, Workday, and our ability to acquire business.

Project "Foot-in-Door" - Open Source Workday Consulting

One of the things that became evident to us when getting involved in our first few Workday sales cycles was that the real selling is done by the Solution Architects and Lead Consultants, not the sales team.

Workday Implementation – The Other Side of the Table

I spent the better part of 5 years as a Workday implementation consultant, holding project roles as Data Conversion Lead, HCM Lead, Compensation Lead, Benefits Lead, Absence Lead, and Project Manager.

The Ultimate Team Sport

Formula 1 may not be everyone’s cup of tea when it comes to spectator sports. In fact, it wasn’t my cup of tea until a few years ago. I would say “Who watches that?

Workday's Report Fields and Values: the tool to find the data you need

My colleague recently wrote about one of Workday’s lifesaver features. I decided to compliment that with a favorite of my own: Report Fields and Values.

Maintain Security Permissions – The Best Task in Workday You Never Knew Existed

One of the areas in Workday that can really take time and patience is security configuration.

Doing a Great Job – The Most Important Consulting Attribute

I have spent my entire working life in the arena of Consulting. I have worked for massive consulting firms and tiny ones that were just trying to make a name for themselves.

Security for Securable Item: The Best Report in Workday

When I started in the Workday Eco-system back in 2011 as a data conversion consultant at Meteorix, we would often talk about how to handle the security responsibilities on our go-lives.

Don’t let the highs get too high, or the lows get too low

Growing up in Canada, then in Detroit as a child, hockey has been a part of my life since I could stand on skates.

Why We Created the Integration Marketplace

How many times have you been in the situation or heard about the scenario where a sales person quoted an integration for $10,000 only later to find out it’s actually 5 file feeds with 2 bi-directional ones and the new price tag of $50,000.

Pressure is a Privilege

Recently I overheard someone use the phrase “Pressure is a Privilege.”

Open Enrollment Tips

Tips for a successful Workday Open Enrollment!

Bad data – it’s kinda like putting cheap oil in your brand new performance car…

Bad data, lack of validation procedures, lack of attention to detail… as a veteran of over 50 Workday projects, it’s a theme I’ve seen repeated over and over again.

Year-end Go-Live and Workday® Support Done Right

System support should be simple. If a client has a system problem, they should contact their respective consultancy/support mechanism to get an answer.

What is Great Customer Service in the Consulting World?

Over the past few months, we have had several people ask – ‘How do you do it?’ – with regard to Kognitiv, Workday, and our ability to acquire business.

Project "Foot-in-Door" - Open Source Workday Consulting

One of the things that became evident to us when getting involved in our first few Workday sales cycles was that the real selling is done by the Solution Architects and Lead Consultants, not the sales team.

Workday Implementation – The Other Side of the Table

I spent the better part of 5 years as a Workday implementation consultant, holding project roles as Data Conversion Lead, HCM Lead, Compensation Lead, Benefits Lead, Absence Lead, and Project Manager.

The Ultimate Team Sport

Formula 1 may not be everyone’s cup of tea when it comes to spectator sports. In fact, it wasn’t my cup of tea until a few years ago. I would say “Who watches that?

Workday's Report Fields and Values: the tool to find the data you need

My colleague recently wrote about one of Workday’s lifesaver features. I decided to compliment that with a favorite of my own: Report Fields and Values.

Maintain Security Permissions – The Best Task in Workday You Never Knew Existed

One of the areas in Workday that can really take time and patience is security configuration.

Doing a Great Job – The Most Important Consulting Attribute

I have spent my entire working life in the arena of Consulting. I have worked for massive consulting firms and tiny ones that were just trying to make a name for themselves.

Security for Securable Item: The Best Report in Workday

When I started in the Workday Eco-system back in 2011 as a data conversion consultant at Meteorix, we would often talk about how to handle the security responsibilities on our go-lives.

Don’t let the highs get too high, or the lows get too low

Growing up in Canada, then in Detroit as a child, hockey has been a part of my life since I could stand on skates.

Why We Created the Integration Marketplace

How many times have you been in the situation or heard about the scenario where a sales person quoted an integration for $10,000 only later to find out it’s actually 5 file feeds with 2 bi-directional ones and the new price tag of $50,000.

Pressure is a Privilege

Recently I overheard someone use the phrase “Pressure is a Privilege.”

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