We analyze your workflows from beginning to end. We help you identify what’s broken, where inefficiencies exist, and help you fix the issues so you can enjoy optimized performance and higher quality at a lower cost.
We use proven methods to analyze and document five key areas:
- Customer satisfaction
- Employee satisfaction
We find key areas of opportunity and make your teams more productive while improving their satisfaction.
Our analysis is driven by your current software, systems, challenges, and goals. We gather information from your key stakeholders, and model your team’s workflows. We fine-tune our analysis for the best productivity gains. The ultimate goal is to permanently reduce stress and improve output. Your team becomes happier and more productive as quickly as possible.
What is Workflow?
Workflow, loosely defined, is the set of tasks—grouped chronologically into business processes.
When the number of small interruptions in a workflow outweighs the amount of work done, that impact is felt in slower progress, lower job satisfaction, and potentially lower quality of service.
“That’s how we’ve always done it”. Many companies don’t even know why they do something. Maybe it was originally valid, but as businesses change and evolve, outdated processes can sometimes carry on – well past their efficiency and usefulness.
The goal: permanently reduce stress and improve output within days, so your team becomes happier and more productive as quickly as possible.
Workflow Analysis and Design:
Analysis is the first step towards improving your business processes. It addresses inefficiencies and bottlenecks to the workflow process. It enables your organization to discover why existing workflows are not optimal.
Workflow redesign uses the information gathered from the analysis and rearranges, eliminates, and/or restructures tasks to make your processes more efficient.
Workflow Optimization and Management:
Workflow optimization happens when we analyze processes within a workflow and streamline these processes to improve the success rate or length of time it takes to complete them.
Other outcomes & benefits:
The “right” changes are always minimal, understandable, and natural. The “right” solution is a relief, not a burden. It produces sound results quickly allowing you to eliminate constraints without slowing down. The “right” solution is targeted and tailored to your exact needs!