Every business, no matter how large or small, has regular business processes to manage. These are everyday tasks like submitting invoices, writing, lead generation and publishing blog posts and answering customer queries. Even a solopreneur has to have established workflows to get everything done efficiently. Sometimes these processes need to be improved and tightened up.
That's what this course is aimed to do. Help you get those business processes written and executed.
You may not realize it, but you may be wasting resources. Money, time, and labor might be spilling out here and there. You may find yourself bogged down in the mundane daily tasks that keep you from getting more important work done. The result is that you're earning less than you should be. Inefficient processes can also hurt your customer service, company culture, and stress level.
As a business owner you need to make getting your business processes in order a priority.
This course will help you do that.
As a bonus I am including teaching and resources on setting up your Standard Operating Procedures. This is another vital part to running your business efficiently and outsourcing out.
Identify where you have processes in your business that you perform on a regular basis, so that you can see which ones make sense to focus on.
Document or draw out a current, frequent business process that you want to improve, so that you’ll know exactly what you’re doing now and where it impacts your business and your team.
Analyze the process you mapped out, using best practices and input from team members, to identify where the inefficiencies lie and where there’s room for improvement.
Decide how you will change, outsource, or automate elements of your selected process, so that things run more smoothly and reliably.
Map out and document the details of your redesigned process, so that you know exactly how it will work and who will be involved in implementing it.
Test your new process to ensure any team members involved can easily and efficiently carry out each step .
Communicate and roll out your new process to everyone who is affected by it, so that it becomes part of your regular business operations.