The key to making onboarding a breeze is to systemise the process so that it can be duplicated each time someone new starts with your company. The process doesn’t need to be overly documented, a few well thought out checklists is all that’s required.read more
You start the process by asking what are the symptoms of a problem, and then asking, “why”? Keep asking “why” until you hit the nail on the head. It may take some time to conclude the root cause but at least the right problem gets fixed.read more
Since the majority of small business owners experience collapse within the first year, we can safely assume that scaling is an area of risk. Fast scaling, if not handled wisely, can result in major problems and can be the beginning of the end.read more
Here are five of the most common excuses small business owners use to stop themselves benefiting from using systems in their businesses, as well as how to smash those excuses once and for all.read more
Now, being good at something will not make your business fail, but rather, being good at something does not equip a new business owner for the pressures of starting, maintaining and growing a business.read more
Technology continues to innovate in leaps and bounds, keeping up with new and changing technology is exhausting. However, change can no longer be denied.read more
Do you have the right systems for growth?
When it comes to systems, do you love the freedom and control they give you or do you cringe at the thought of them? Or are you somewhere between?
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