HOW TO CREATE A UNIQUE BUSINESS SYSTEM – PART 1

Systems and processes are the essential building blocks of our companies. Every facet of your business—on the shop floor, in the warehouse or in the office—is part of a system that can be managed or improved by applying correct principles.

When we apply defined principles and practices to the systems and processes that deliver value to our customers, we’re creating what is often referred to as a “business system.”

“Let’s Make a Unique System”
Strategy—the way the organization thinks and plans
Processes—the way the organization operations
People—the way the organization leads
Technology—the way the organization connects

EXAMPLES OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS
Lead Generation Customer Service Purchasing
Sales Conversion Hiring Inventory Management
Website Training Shipping
Pricing Accounting Information Systems
Operations Payroll Safety
Order Fulfilment Collections Custodial

A business system is designed to connect all of an organization’s intricate parts and interrelated steps to work together for the achievement of the business strategy. When we apply defined principles and practices to the systems and processes that deliver value to our customers, we’re creating a business system.”

Why a Business System?
There are several reasons to implement a business system.
Improve Your Top-Line Performance:
 Part of the business system is the development and implementation of strategy creation, business processes and strategic planning throughout your organization. Those foundational elements lead to a much more insightful way to investigate and grow top-line revenue. In short, a business system takes care of your future. It ensures you meet your customers’ expectations and improve your brand..

If you use a systematic approach, your organization will have constant information

on areas that need to be improved and you will begin to understand the unmet needs of customers.”

 

Meet Your Customer’s Expectations and Desires
 If you use a systematic approach, your organization will analyze, measure, compare and test all the possibilities of what your customers want and don’t want. You will have constant information on areas that need to be improved and, even more importantly, you will begin to understand the unmet needs of customers.