Why systemise your business? If you want to keep doing whatever you are doing – every day, every week, every month, every year – then don’t systemise your business. Do a task without documenting it and you are doomed to repeat doing it – again and again. But imagine…. If every team memberRead more about Systemisation[…]
Workshop Objectives On completion of the course participants will be able to: Build a sustainable business system. Develop systems. Teach staff to use the systems. Maintain the system. Delegate responsibility. Key Content This workshop covers: The key to building a sustainable business. How to develop systems that work? How to teach people to use theRead more about Systemising your Business Workshop[…]
Ever wanted to know whether the level of systemisation of your business is appropriate? What needs additional systems development? What processes need to be re-worked? If yes, then a Business Clarity Systemisation Review is just what you need. So contact us NOW to get your systemisation review under way.
One critically important part of designing a business is the design, definition and documentation of the roles required to make it work. This is a key part of the business systemisation process and it is vital that is done well. How do we design the required roles for any business? The first part of theRead more about Designing the Roles for Your Business – The Business Clarity Role-Plan[…]
Flowcharting a process One of the most effective tools for designing the systems that run your business is flowcharting. It is used regularly by successful business of all sizes and natures to improve their internal operations: to make them more consistent, more reliable, more effective and most importantly, more profitable. WhatRead more about Flowcharting a Business Process[…]
As business coaches we meet with a large number of business owners in any given year. There’s one question we always ask: “What makes your business different than your competitors?” Interestingly we nearly always get the reply “Our customer service”. In fact we’ve yet to meet a business owner who admits that theirRead more about How Good is Your Customer Service?[…]