On this weeks episode of IMPACTability(R), we get an in-depth look into process management with the CEO and Founder of Process Bliss, Alister Esam. Alister has studied Process for many years and made the difficult mistakes so you don't need to. Learn how he was able to start from the ground up to discover the importance and complexity of the word "process." It can be different for everyone, directly effecting employee morale and efficiency making it a priority for any organization. You wont want to miss this one!
In this episode you’ll discover,
- Policing quality 4:00
- Defining the term "Process" 5:00
- Losing productivity 6:48
- How to grow a nonprofit without killing productivity 8:58
- "Getting it" with process management 12:30
- Examples of Process 13:45
- How to get started without breaking bank 18:00
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