- Business Systems Strategy – The business systems you put in place are your business, keeping in mind the idea that the systems of your business are integrated. One system links to another, the output from one system is the input to another, and changes to one system impact all the systems “downstream” from it.
- Organizational Chart – Create your organizational chart as it will be when you’ve achieved your Strategic Objective, and begin operating from that strategy today. The present must be made to serve the future. As you work with this process to develop your organizational strategy, you will be creating the framework for growing step by step toward your Strategic Objective
- Business Development Meeting for Employees – A good communication process is vital in any successful business. A Business Development Meeting is a key part of this. It is a platform for delivering your vision, it creates a sense “we are all in this together”, and it allows you to address employee concerns directly.
- Working Relationships – Many business owners and managers, think there’s not much you can do to improve the quality of communication, accountability, or trust in an organization. If there is more than one person working in your business, you’ve probably seen the effects of working relationships that don’t Working relationships that do work are characterized by open and respectful communication, accountability, and trust.
- Controlling Your Calendar System – The Calendar System is a tool to plan and track your work and results, and the results that you have delegated. It gives you a wide angle view that shows you what happened in the past, gives an overview of the present, and allows you to plan for the future.
- Operations Manual – Operations manuals are the “owner’s manuals” for every employee’s position. Done well, they’ll tell your people how to operate their jobs for maximum results. As the authoritative guidebook of how things should be done in your company, they give you a simple yet effective mechanism for communicating a lot of information.
- System Design and Documentation – There are 9 steps to designing and documenting your System. Included are new and improved ways of doing the things you already do – your systems. Don’t document systems that don’t work. Evaluate and innovate first!
Employee Development -“People problems” are the #1 frustration in most businesses. Develop an environment where people care so much about what they do and how they do it, that nothing will stand in their way; an environment where people feel valued for who they are and what they do.