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What is a “Good” Business System?

A “good” business system encapsulates everything about how your organization “does business” and how you are better than your competition”—people, processes, tasks, workflows, steps. It’s your standardized operations plan. If you have a good system, anyone who follows it can get a good result every time! And if you find you aren’t getting the results you want, you can just adjust the system until you do.Systemize operations with SOPs image

By following a proven business system, instead of always “reacting”—letting events drive your business—you can drive desired performance outcomes. A good business system is your single roadmap for standardizing operations, for training and for meeting regulatory compliance. Good systems (procedures, policies and best practices) lead to productivity, accountability, and transparency which lead to increased profits, improved performance and reduced risk.

COMPROSE created the Operations Mapping methodology to help anyone create “good” business systems that are intentionally designed to drive desired performance. Operations Mapping is not only a different approach, it’s a mindset. It’s an attitude. It’s not about just checking off a box that says you have standard policies and procedures that nobody looks at. It’s about making a real difference in your organization. It’s about engaging people and inspiring them to want to do their jobs the right way.

To learn more, check out The Streamlined Business Educational Webinar series where we explore tips and techniques for improving operations through “Good” Business Systems.

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