The Streamlined Business Blog

The Streamlined Business Blog is all about getting—and keeping—Operations Under Control by implementing good business systems, processes, and standard operating procedures. Our staff experts blog regularly on a range of topics including: Operations Mapping approaches, systems-based management, standardizing operations, calculating costs and ROI for systems improvements and a whole lot more.

Best Practices

Costly Employee Interuptions

A Spatial Approach to Streamlining Operations

“We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” – Winston Churchill Creating Productive and Supportive Office Space At COMPROSE, we are all about streamlining operations to get the best possible performance. Often that involves crafting clear SOPs and policies with Zavanta software. But there are other factors including how you structure your office. Here […] READ MORE

SOPs – Why Not Just the Steps?

True SOP’s vs Checklists This question comes up a lot in Zavanta Coaching sessions. To save time and get to the point, why not just list the steps for how to do a task? Clearly, the action steps are one of the biggest parts of SOPs. But, step by steps are not the only information […] READ MORE

“Do you have anything more complex and convoluted?” Said no auditor ever

Trying to get compliant and make your audit process smoother? Clearly outlining how things happen in your organization not only helps demonstrate compliance to auditors, it can actually help you be compliant. Creating SOPs that are accessible to your employees is an effective means to improve operations. At the same time it creates an easy path […] READ MORE

Best Practice vs Better Practice – Testing and Refining SOPs

There are layers of gems in this recent Forbes article, which focuses on how to affect change in a “slow-to-change” arena such as government. The article by Eliza Berman was originally published in the Daily Muse. We love this view of best practice vs. better practice. “…the idea that something is the best implies that […] READ MORE

Want your New Hires to Stick Around? Train them

A great, quick read from INC magazine by Abigail Tracy highlighting a recent study that argues that new hires are less interested in perks and more interested in trainings. Employees want to be set up for success. Interested? Read More Here Onboarding new hires don’t care about perks The benefit of investing in your employees […] READ MORE

Add a “Help Line” to your Policies and Procedures

There is a simple and powerful step you can take to dramatically increase the usefulness of your standard operating procedures, Operations Manuals, and Employee manuals. You can make it easy for employees to get help or ask questions by adding a Help Line. If you build a “Help Line” into your procedures and you […] READ MORE

Tips for Better Search Results in Your Policies and Procedures

Accessibility is one of the biggest barriers organization’s face when applying policies and procedures to streamline business processes. If your employees can’t locate AND understand the policy or procedure they need—when they need it—you might as well not bother writing policies and procedures in the first place! Documents sitting on a shelf or files on […] READ MORE

Set a Goal Date to Finally Get Your Procedure Manual Done

Is yours one of the many organizations that wants to develop better standard operating procedures and operations manuals, and maybe even have started projects to bring your corporate policies and procedures manuals up to date, but—despite your good intentions—the effort always seems to take a back seat to other priorities and nothing ever manages to […] READ MORE

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5 Ways to Finally Get Your Procedure Manuals Done

We’re amazed at the number of people who really want to develop better standard operating procedures for their organization, who clearly understand the benefits of standardized procedures and who even have management mandates and funded projects to develop or update their policies and procedure manuals. But–despite all that–never manage to actually do anything about it. […] READ MORE

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It’s Past Time for a New Approach to Policies and Procedures

There is strong evidence that organizations are NOT getting the results they want from their policies and procedures. How do we know that the conventional methods aren’t working very well? In most organizations: Employees readily admit they don’t trust or read “the official P&P manual.” Operations run by “tribal knowledge.” It’s all in employees heads […] READ MORE

Privacy Policy

Updated May 25, 2020

 

When you browse our website or register to access our resources or contact Sales, you’re trusting us with your information. We take our data privacy responsibility seriously and work hard to protect your information.

This Privacy Policy is meant to help you understand what information we collect. We explain how we collect it and how you can update, manage, export, and delete your information.

 

1. Visitors to comprose.com

You can visit our website without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. Our web servers collect the domain names, not the e-mail addresses, of visitors.

In general, we gather information about users of the Site collectively and anonymized in order to determine, for example, which areas users access more frequently and which materials users access the most.

This information helps us to determine what is most beneficial for our users, and how we can continually create a better overall experience for our users by improving the content of the Site.

There are times however, when we may need information from you, such as your name and address. Customarily, the personal information COMPROSE obtains is used only to respond to inquiries, to process orders, for product registration, or to allow us to email you information about our product and services.

We may also ask you to voluntarily provide us with information for market research such as, your interests, demographics, and experience with our products.

 

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