Every business owner or manager has encountered frustrations in their company - they happen to them every day. ALL businesses need to INTAKE INFORMATION to deliver a product or service. Writing step-by-step prompts for IN-TAKING this amount of information would require about to two to three pages. You must agree - that’s a lot of information.
Every business owner knows the problems they already have. Here are the excuses we hear most often.
Simple truth ... BPM (Business Process Management) + ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) + MIS (Management Information System) + CRM (Customer Relationship Management) = YOUR BUSINESS UNDER CONTROL! Let me explain ...
What is the gospel of small business organization? This “gospel” (good news) declares, that implementing business systems, one at a time, to address every business frustration, will remove chaos and bring order to the operations of any small business - and in short order! However, merely agreeing with the truth of this gospel - that organization via systems is the way - is not enough!
As small business owners wisely seek to grow by implementing well-designed process management systems, it’s important to understand the difference: Static Systems versus Dynamic Systems. Static Systems lack movement, while Dynamic Systems change states.
All consultants and business coaches are not pretentious bloviators, full of hot-air. But, as with any product or service, questions need answers until satisfied. So, what is the most important question to ask a so-called guru or expert in the field of removing business frustrations?