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Systemization Series: How to design a system

April 9, 2015By

This is the final installment of Dan Pestretto’s seven-part systemization series.  As a recap of this series, we’ve covered: the concept of a business systemization plan; an organization strategy of the four core functions of every business—sales, operations, administration and management; process identification for each core function; how to create an org chart; and job descriptions or position agreements. But... read more

Systemization Series: How to create (and use) an org chart

April 2, 2015By

This post is part six of Dan Pestretto’s seven-part systemization series. Read on to part seven, “Systemization Series: How to design a system,” here. Last week I cruised over the importance of having a well-defined description of the future business you intend to create. You could think of it like, “How do I want this business to be running when I am ready to... read more

Systemization Series: Core functions of business—management

March 26, 2015By

This post is part five of Dan Pestretto’s seven-part systemization series. Read on to part six, “Systemization Series: How to create (and use) an org. chart,” here.  Creating the business you want requires a well-defined description of that future business. You must be able to clearly see your future business in your mind’s eye. In this way, you can guide the... read more

Systemization Series: Core functions of business—administration

March 19, 2015By

This post is part four of Dan Pestretto’s seven-part systemization series. Read on to part five, “Systemization Series: Core functions of business—management,” here. While operations is where your branding can have a big impact on differentiating your business from your competition, administration processes are more similar from company to company. These processes can be more easily outsourced, and they frequently are in smaller companies.... read more

Systemization Series: Core functions of business—operations

March 10, 2015By

This post is part three of Dan Pestretto’s seven-part systemization series. Read on to part four, “Systemization Series: Core functions of business—administration,” here. Operations is where the rubber meets the road. It’s client fulfillment—where your company’s brand promise rings true or falls flat, manifesting its true value to your community, employees and customers. Essentially, operations is what makes your company stand out... read more