Look around. Does this describe your work place?
• No system for storing or filing items and
• Being reactive rather than proactive
When there is no plan you are wasting valuable time and energy reacting to every circumstance.
Make every minute count. Start building systems to bring efficiency to your work place. Make it an ongoing project.
The first step starts with having a firm grasp on every aspect of your business process. For a business to function at top capacity it needs customized, built in systems, processes and procedures. Done correctly, all three operate together as an entity.
Systems is the umbrella
The dictionary description of a system is a collection of organizing things. There are several systems and each work uniformly with the business. All systems have their own set of processes and procedures. A system has a sequence of processes and procedures are to achieve a specific result.
Processes are the stems
Processes are a series of events to produce a result. They are the actions steps necessary to achieve an objective or goal. A process stems from the system as a set of action steps. Every process has a starting point and an end point to achieve a specific result.
Procedures is the handle
Procedures are detailed instructions that stem from processes to accomplish a result. The procedure is assigned to a qualified individual how it is to be carried out and the goal or result is to be achieved.
You can get more done if you have efficient systems in place. Create a system that works for you.
Clutter hampers your business growth. Organization and efficient systems will encourage productivity and smart growth.