A new hire needs verbal instructions from management until they can memorize the job, which can take a long time. There’s a remedy!
BPM software is rarely implemented totally. Learn the “secret sauce” of ensuring all software systems are totally used.
Undefined business processes can stop momentum. It can cause employee turnover, poor customer retention, etc. But there is a fix!
Follow along as Philip takes you department to department in a commercial printing company. Does your company look like this?
Quality Slackers have almost NO quality control or service control system implemented. There’s a remedy!
Are you a small business owner who dreams of financial independence, and free time? It’s not too late to make those dreams a reality.
Using Daily Routine Checklists and Quality Control Checklists ensures nothing is forgotten and nothing left to chance.
Most successful small manufacturing companies use MIS software. Unfortunately, there’s a failure to launch about 80% of the features.
In a small business, at the beginning stage of documenting processes, the person wearing the hat of process manager, at first, should be the owner. The owner needs to lead the charge in documenting how the business will operate and look and implementing a production management checklist can be crucial in keeping things running smoothly.
We’ve all seen those Company Bulletin/Message Boards, cluttered with so much info. it looks like a collage of overlapping scrap paper.
There’s a MYTH that permeates our small business world, that Entrepreneurs in general are great business people.
Did you now that Lean Management has over a 90% failure rate? Likewise, 45% of features in Job Shop Management Software goes totally unused. In fact, another 19% of a software’s features are rarely used, resulting in a 64% under-utilization ratio. These failure rates, of utilizing and sustaining business processes, reminds me of a conversation I had with a large publishing company CEO.
I want to share a FREE document with all of you printers out there – especially, those companies struggling with waste due to errors.
Proponents of Lean Management have identified Seven Types of Waste leaving out a couple types of waste that we see occurring in small businesses routinely. This subject of waste has been written about extensively, but I’m going to “Philipbuster” here on that topic.
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.