While you might be excited about systemising your business (and with good reason!), your staff may not share your enthusiasm. If you think about it, you can understand their position. First of all, they may fear for their very jobs.
In the post-match interview after England’s historic penalty shootout victory against Columbia in the World Cup, Gareth Southgate and Jordan Pickford both spoke about “owning the process ”. But what exactly does this mean? And why was it the
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I often meet proud business owners who have built their businesses on a shoestring. They started small, and then grew gradually into a more stable, established presence in their market. But as much as I love hearing stories of
The dangers of using off-the-shelf tools We all want to become more productive. And for many of us, this means adopting off-the-shelf tools to help us work smarter and faster. This could be software, workflow applications, collaboration systems and databases.
“How busy are you?” This is a question you probably get asked from time to time. People ask this to gauge whether business is good, if there’s time for a chat, or what your stress levels are like. Most of us tend to do a quick check-in
As a small business owner, you may get to the point where you are fed up with doing everything yourself. You feel overwhelmed. There’s just too much to do! You decide to find someone who can shoulder some of the workload, but that’s typically when you discover how challenging
William S. Burroughs once wrote “When you stop growing you start dying.” Although this may sound a bit harsh, it is often true in life as well as in business. An organisation that isn’t actively working towards growth will
5 reasons why you need systemisation When was the last time you experienced business déjà vu? Most of us have tasks in our daily operations that we return to again and again – each time thinking “there must be a