The science-slash-art of business process optimization provides an opportunity to engineer more productivity and time-savings from your systems while reducing waste. In truth, it requires both an objective assessment of your business — the way an outsider would see it — and the creative development of new techniques to improve your competitiveness. It’s a necessary and worthwhile undertaking to optimize your resources.
You can read more about it here. That link sends you to my most recent monthly blog for the New Hampshire Business Review. I’m excited to announce a new relationship with that publication in their “New Hampshire Tech Roundup” of blogs with business advice. (You can sign up on their website to receive email notifications each week about the latest insightful content.) Click or tap here to read part one of “Optimize Your Optimizing” to learn more about business process optimization.