Systemize your business’s “way” of doing the most important things so they get done the right way every time, creating consistency in quality and allowing your people to focus on the things that can’t be outlined in a process.
Regain control of your business by identifying your core processes and documenting, simplifying, and packaging them so the 20% of your business that leads to 80% of the results is done the right way, every time.
When you’ve documented your core processes, how do you make sure they stay updated, new people are trained on them, and that they’re Followed By All? Take your ability to systemize to the next level and increase efficiency and predictability.
You know that mastering the process component is essential to get your team aligned. But it just takes too much time?
What if you could get your core processes documented and followed by all in just 2 weeks? Join Gary Vanbutsele, CEO of Whale to show you how to fully master the process component.
Documenting processes doesn’t have to be a daunting task. In fact, it’s pretty simple when you break it down into a few digestible steps. We’ll show you how to easily document and effectively delegate your processes so your business runs smoothly (even without you there!). Plus, we’ll show you how to get your processes FBA, ASAP!
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Ready to get strong in the Process Component? Enjoy this curated selection of content to support you on your journey to strengthening your Process Component.
We talk a lot about Running on EOS™ purely. I’m talking about when someone takes the core principles of EOS® and tries to “improve” on them. One of the most common attempts I see at “improving” on EOS in a family business is two family members sharing one seat on The Accountability Chart™.
Making the most impact in your company starts by determining how you best serve your team and your company. If you have an overflowing plate, what can you do to have the work-life balance necessary to live your best life? The solution lies in your answers to four questions.