A troubling trend among many business owners is, they’re too busy in chaos to seek better business organization.
Without operations systemized, a business owner will remain hopelessly frustrated, and burnout will occur!
Implementation of management software is most effective with a system that assures correct and continual conformance.
Within a few years of systematizing, I saw Bob’s business grow to a level where he could sell it for top dollar as a turnkey business.
Prompts keep a business from operating like a chaotic circus of clowns running to and fro, responding to chaos.
Mistakes will inevitably happen. But a simple checklist can help minimize error and help achieve quality service and production.
A business that brings in money but fails to have vision can fail altogether, and writing down that vision can help you achieve it.
Staying organized and sustaining order takes a systematic effort on the part of everyone in the business.
Lean Management implementation has a 98% Failure rate. However, we have found the key to succeed at implementation.
When experienced employees leave, that expertise can walk out the door with them. Unless you’ve implemented good control systems!
For every process and task, there is a prompt requiring action. A business follow-up is part of a consistent systematic approach.
There are four small business types we see on a daily basis; four types of receptivity, regarding organization using systematization!
For the boss, by managing THE SYSTEM, “managing people” is as simple as adding or removing PROMPTS FOR ACTION on a person’s checklist.
Don’t waste time organizing a business through systematization. Unless you want your business to run like a well-oiled machine.
Defy business as usual! Extreme business organization is simple: it’s only common sense and the pursuit of excellence.