As we continue our discussions around the K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Sweetheart) approach and how it assists with sustainability, let’s look at some hints for keeping process steps simple. Here are some questions to consider as you assess the steps to perform a process: Is there a lot of “back and forth” between process Participants?
In our most recent newsletter, we discussed how the K.I.S.S.. (Keep It Simple, Sweetheart) approach can enhance a Company’s ability to maintain sustainability. One area where the K.I.S.S. approach can be used is the methods of communication. Here are some examples as to how communication and the K.I.S.S. approach work well together: Write at a
The challenges to delivering return on investment (ROI) are driven by the challenges facing operational effectiveness. They, in many situations, are closely aligned. Those challenges include but are not limited to: Defining the processes and methodologies required to best support your Customers Providing the tools and resources Staff need to be well equipped, well trained,
I recently had a conversation with an Investor and he advised that most Investors only bring in Experts to look at operations when an issue has been identified. The challenge with this is that then the cost to fix the problem is always greater than building operational effectiveness within a Company. ROI (return on investment)
In our most recent newsletter, Eddie Reeves shared his insights on the Five Mistakes That Kill Your Marketing ROI. So how does this align with sustainability? Understanding how those day-to-day tasks have implications to a Company’s ROI (return on investment) is essential for its ongoing success and sustainability. In an article within Zacks.com, it stated: