Process Improvement: maximizing results Part 1
Updated: Jun 8, 2019
Too many companies are focused on "Cutting Costs". Just "cutting costs" reduces capabilities, lowers quality and has a negative impact on morale. Instead, they should be focused on process improvement and efficiency. Costs will naturally reduce themselves, but without the negative impacts. If you want to maximize results, you need to find your bottlenecks.
The first step to process improvement is acknowledging that your processes are broken, or at the very least, need improvement. Too many owners and managers don't want to admit that their way of doing business is broken. Take a hard look at your departments, teams and flow of information and you will quickly find what is broke.