Identifying inefficiencies and improving the business process is essential for the seamless day-to-day functioning of an organisation, but is your business system meeting this critical and strategic requirement for growth?
Do you find yourself chasing after or filling in for people at work, or reminding them what they need to do? Do you feel that each new member of the team increases your level of stress instead of reducing it with workplace efficiency?
Whether you are in retail, ITES or manufacturing, our Business Systems Management Program enables you to learn the difference between being the system and running the system. This understanding further allows you to focus on matters that genuinely deserve your attention, thereby enabling your business to function efficiently.
We offer a customised Business Systems Management Program that lets you streamline your business system, allowing you to scale your organisation. Here is a glimpse into our module:
Step 1: Empowering brands for continued legacy
A one and half-day interactive workshop with the top management of the organisation to delve into what has been hindering their potential growth. The workshop helps understand the essential functional areas of modern business, allowing you to create a business system that can continue the legacy of your brand beyond you.
Step 2: Restructuring processes
An extensive report is provided after analysis along with detailed insights on policies, procedures and resources that are crucial for your growth.
Step 3: Fostering efficiency
Follow up, course correction and guidance on the implementation of new systems, policies and procedures until you feel confident to run the system.
Business Process Operation is the backbone of any organisation. An idea is as good as its execution, and any idea is worthless if it can’t be executed, to realise its true potential.The head of Business Operations is like the Chief of Staff or the Chief Operating Officer who acts as an intermediary between the Chief Executive’s Office and other key departments in the organisation.
The biggest problem in an SMB is that they mostly don’t have an active Human Resource function. According to a survey conducted by CII, 20% of medium and 80% of the small sized businesses have no HR departments. This is because most SMBs are operating in tight budgets and HR is perceived to be an additional cost function with little predefined value.
As humans, we always tend to look on the other side to find the grass greener, even when our own side is pretty green and blossoming. The same case is for the entrepreneurs, they are always finding ways to lure and entice the potential customers and at times ignore the key customer base that’s giving them their major businesses, running their businesses practically.
Reviewing the performance of employees provide considerable benefits to organisations. However, skipping performance review or poor implementation of performance management programs lead to detrimental organizational outcomes. Let’s understand the domain, its process and implementation in depth.