If you are looking to stream-line your business … maybe become more automated … maybe start putting together some Operating Procedures or key metrics, what process would you use? During his career in manufacturing, Jay Sparling was the Management Representative for several companies for the ISO certification process. Why is this important? The ISO Quality Management System requirements are very specific, organized and serve all cross functional aspects of running a business. Their basis is in being a comprehensive Business Management System including the requirements of ensuring quality. This is an internationally recognized system that provides what is essentially a blueprint of how to organize and operate a business. What Jay has done is taken that “blueprint” for business systemization and simplified the elements of the system to right size it for just about any company that doesn’t need the expense and overhead associated with becoming ISO certified, but can benefit from the organizational and system based outline of the ISO system. This isn’t an “off the cuff” approach to business systemization … or a way to improve just one aspect of a companies performance – this is a truly comprehensive system based approach to continuous improvement in a business environment. Imagine that, a systematic approach to business systemization.
Would you benefit from improving the following?
Fact Based Decision Making
Systemized and Repeatable Practices
It’s not the ISO standard that does this for you, but the process of implementing such a system allows a business owner to take a step back and truly analyze the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of their business – and put in place meaningful and measurable systems to improve the business. This is no magic here, just a process based and systematic approach to improving your business. If this sounds like something you would benefit from, please feel free to contact Sparling Business Development for your business systemization needs where “It’s All About The Process”.