The unfortunate fact is that most business operations could be handled better and more efficiently than they are. Your company may be one of them.
Why do we feel this way? Because we don’t know of any business including our own that operates at maximum efficiency day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year. Realistically, it is not possible. People relax, get complacent, even lackadaisical. As long as a company is making money and things are going well we tend not to worry. We may stop looking for better and more efficient ways to do things. If little inefficiencies start working their way in and they are not major, no one may notice or become worried.
If these inefficiencies do become major, then the Company stops making as much money. In the interim, people may lose their job, the Company may lose a large contract or worse yet, if these inefficiencies go completely unchecked, then the Company may fail. Companies need to wake up and reorganize and prioritize their efforts before this happens.
A successful owner soon learns that they can not sit back and take it easy no matter how well things seem to be going. If you don’t think of better ways of doing things, your competition will. You have to constantly keep selling yourself and your people on the concept of being more efficient.
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