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If you implement formal systems in your business you are much more likely to get better results than if you leave things to chance…..

A company like McDonalds could not have grown into such a huge global empire if each store was left to do things their own way. The policies and processes have been formalised and rolled out with each new store; there is a term that George Ritzer invented called McDonaldization…. I found an interesting article which is worth a read http://www.mcdonaldization.com/whatisit.shtml.


Some tips for systemizing your business:

  • don’t over complicate the systems
  • write the systems done
  • communicate the systems to staff
  • manage and measure using KPIs
  • set responsibilities
  • audit the business against the written procedures
  • review and update systems as they evolve

Contact us today to explore the advantages of formal systems for your business.

 

 

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