Operational Efficiencies Part II – Rules of the Game

Rules

In Part I of our Operational Efficiencies series: Getting Business Owners in the Driver's Seat, we described the importance of including all of your team members in the Operational Efficiencies Improvement process in order to fully capture ideas that come from differing perspectives, drive improvements throughout the company and promote contributions, buy-in and ownership. Further, we discussed setting criteria in order to prioritize which suggestions, ideas and initiatives to pursue. … [Read more...]

Operational Efficiency: Getting Business Owners in the Driver’s Seat

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In order to remain competitive in an increasingly crowded and changing environment, businesses must take control and drive operational efficiency or risk being pushed off the road. “Operational efficiency” is defined by Wikipedia as the ratio between input to run a business operation and the output gained from the business. … [Read more...]