Any successful business stimulates growth and profitability by building their company around a strong foundation of business process improvement to help maximize production.
By providing an overview of how business process improvement and marketing go hand-in-hand, we can offer clients strategies that address converting target buyers and ROI.
Business Process Management
The basic definition per Google, is a systematic approach to making an organization’s workflow more effective, more efficient and more capable of adapting to an ever-changing environment.
To us, the definition of business process management is providing an experienced outsider view and recommendations on how to create or modify existing process to achieve the highest overall results.
Being an outside team member allows us a unique viewpoint on how the entire wheel turns in your business, we can identify missed opportunities for business process improvement that can easily be fixed as well as a plan for turning the internal team around to improve the overall efforts and maximize productivity, ROI and time efficiency.
Interviews and Observations
Aliste will conduct interviews with key staff members to identify significant process stress points to eliminate and improve them. In addition, a bird’s eye view of the overall business process improvement will be obtained to identify duplicate efforts or wasteful activities.
Eliminating Wasteful Activities
Our team spends the time learning your current business process or if you don’t have any implemented we learn the in’s and out’s that make your business function.
From working with the sales team to the HR department or in smaller companies just observing the owners, we can pull out what activities are beneficial and which should be adjusted to streamline the current workflow.
Optimizing Team Size
Understanding the size of the internal team involved in the process is imperative in knowing if your business should grow the team or reduce the payroll investment.
Poor planning of the employee numbers can equally hurt the production and profitability of the company. During the development and modification of the workflow in our business process improvement methodology, we address the number of employees needed to complete the process successfully by providing a report showing the benefits of either increasing or decreasing the current staff.
Implementation and Training
Identifying and streamlining a process is a powerful growth plan for any business. Our goal is to ensure that it is being implemented correctly and efficiently.
Aliste works with the internal management team to strategically roll out the new process to the workforce and ensure a smooth transition with minimal impacts to the employees or the business.
In addition, a communication plan is created and shared to all employees to avoid misunderstandings among all team members.
Developing and benchmarking the correct metrics is imperative to ensuring that business process improvement will provide the desired results and outcome for the business.
We rely on these insights to constantly evaluate what is working and what tactics should be realigned to match the efficiency goals. Once the metrics are developed, Aliste will train the current management staff on how to use the numbers to get the most out of the process.
Our overall goal and frankly joy in doing business is to see our clients succeed. As we go through a business process improvement exercise, we will take the time to train and teach employees the most effective way to manage the process and people.
When the Aliste team steps away, it is important the management staff has a firm grip on what to expect from the process and can identify or change any future process that could be run more effectively.
Once the new processes are identified and implemented, the business will see a more efficient workflow that is free of wasteful actions resulting in less mistakes, quicker production, and decrease in expenses, which all lead to the most important piece of any business—increased profits.
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