E:⏰ #ETime = #PersonalDevelopment ,.ahhhhh and a Cool.Breeze Coming From My Bedroom Window 😉
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Chillax Time BEFORE #FunkyBunch Get Home 😀😀😀😀
eTime, or, the only reason why Internet Explorer is still installed on my computer
Recently, Knox decided to upgrade eTime. I met this announcement with exclamations, cheers, and general flailing, because eTime is an evil program that, among other things, only lets me approve hours in Internet Explorer half the time when I force IE to run an older version of Java, which I must reaffirm that I want to run every time I go to a new page. eTime had also previously changed Mary’s password without her consent and refused to work at all when I needed to approve hours, meaning that I had to use the Mysterious Business Office Computer who is apparently eTime’s best friend, because that’s the only explanation for why it always works with the blasted program.
So you can imagine my excitement when I was assured that the upgrade would alleviate most, if not all, of these problems. Au contraire, mes cheris. I opened up eTime in Chrome, excited to experience an ease of use never before witnessed in eTime’s general vicinity. Not only did eTime not work regardless of which version of Java I ran, but it also crashed my browser. Groaning, I cringed and opened up Internet Explorer. And surprise! eTime forced me to run an older version of Java that I had to reaffirm that I wanted to run every time I went to a new page. And now there’s an added twist: I must refresh each page at least twice in order to get the prompt to run the older version of Java in the first place. Fun! Not.
(Don’t even ask me how to make eTime work on a Mac. I have no idea.)
Dear Knox, I love you dearly, but please find a timecard system that is not stuck in 1996. Please. Please.
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We heard the following recently from one of our customers
Why do client service organization teams work in a box?
This question has come up many times in the past, why you ask? Let me break it down.
Service organizations tend to operate with a given set of tools / products that they were handed and trained upon hire. They are then dispatched to clients to analyze their business pay policies and fit their rules into the tools they were trained on. Standardize your company’s implementation approach to X,Y,Z for your service team, makes sense right? Wrong, because the problem with this approach leads to a one sided way of doing things vs. practicing a consultative approach which allows consultants to leverage past experiences and ADAPT to their client’s needs.
The question posed by our client is simply asking why do service organizations work within these confines and not present more of a collaborative setting that allows everyone involved to be innovative and facilitate out of the box solutions.
The ability for implementation team members to ADAPT to clients needs is critical to the success of the implementation. The lack of insight shared by your service organization will only lead to the recreation of the wheel effect as implementation may have not occurred correctly in the first place.
Bir cesetten geliyorum; etim, ruhum ölümden yaratılmış. Duyuyorum olmak denen kanıksamayı, fark ediyorum doğmak denilen maruz kalışı. İtilmişim bir ete ve canım boşluk çubuğuna çeker. Düşmek kadar bir şeyim. Ben efendim, kendimin cehennemiyim