How getting dressed in the morning is the perfect example of a need for Business Process Improvement.
How did he do that? He got new shoes earlier that week and he LOVED them. So on that fateful day, he grabbed his shoes and excitedly put them on. He grabbed his pants and shoved his foot (shoes on) into the pants.
But, they wouldn’t go on. So, he jumped on one leg around his room trying faithfully to get his pants over his shoes. And you know the result. A shiner on his forehead.
He needs some process improvement. This is frequently how I find companies. They don’t have their process down and they’re trying to get their pants over their shoes.
Improved process -- pants first then shoes. And, this is literally how easy it could be to operate easier.
Where is your company messing up the way it gets dressed? Translation, where do you need process improvement? Where are you doing things backwards, twice, or dropping the ball?
Did you forget to follow up with that new lead? Did your team forget to onboard that new client? Did HR fail to provide IT the correct information to give the new hire access to the building and systems?
These are just a few examples of process failure!
Process failure can cost tremendous amounts of revenue, time, and resources. Deciding to practice Business Process Management is the best way to operate a business that JUST WORKS without frustration.
My team and I help our clients operate easier using The CORE Method.
The Core Method is our one-stop solution to solve all of your process challenges. It focuses on optimizing each one of your CORE systems. Using this method, we strengthen your core systems’ foundation to improve operational efficiency and overall company performance.
Your core systems are the ones that your business cannot function without. Each core system has its own set of internal processes that depend upon each other. The performance of your core system determines the health of your business operations.