How to easily identify and document your business’s core processes!
Written by Scott  Concannon on December 2, 2020
When your business grows, so does the workload and workflow. There may be new departments or divisions popping up within the company, new leadership teams, and new employees.
This is where many business’s either continue to grow and excel or start to deteriorate from the inside as they are unable to effectively manage growth and the pains that come with it.
What separates a business from its competitors is its ability to consistently deliver value without diminishing its quality of service as they continue to expand.
But how are they being able to accomplish this while others struggle to just stay afloat as they grow?
Process and procedures!
Systemizing processes will help create your company’s unique dimension. By defining and documenting processes, a company is able to create more efficiency and scalability.
But what areas should you define processes for?
There are several areas that should be your focus, and they are:
*HR Process
*Accounting and finance
*Customer service
Within each area it is important to document as core processes. You will also want to keep it simple and to the point.
You do not need every nitty gritty detail written down, and you want to keep the 80/20 rule in mind: only document 20% of what needs to be done to accomplish 80% of the results intended.
Once you have created all your processes and procedure you will want to bring it all together and have it accessible to everyone within the company.
From there, you will be able to more consistently train, manage workflow, improve efficiency, create consistency!

Scott Concannon

Scott Concannon helps leaders build and strengthen their businesses core structure.  He is an expert at helping people implement an operating system that leads to structure, efficiency and sustainable growth for their companies.
If you're interested in growing or strengthening your business then definitely reach out and request a free strategy session today.
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