Workflow optimisation is about streamlining your existing workflow to make a process faster, smoother, and more efficient. As a result, An optimized workflow increases an organization’s success and utilises resources more effectively. But what factors are considered that drive the optimisation is the crucial factor. Such optimisation should always focus on determining which tasks in a process are most vital for success. How can the process be improved, and which jobs can be eliminated without impacting the final output. Unfortunately, such process changes are not always happening with the team at the centre stage. An Assumption based on incidents or the “loudest: complaints often trigger such process changes. Too many cooks will spoil the soup – but this happens when too many cooks are stagnant with a process graved in stones. The cooks must have a clear vision of the final dish being served. Such clarity and measurement of processing time do validate the direction. If a process doesn’t work, review it, but let the team be involved and direct to optimise the process. Change is not easy, but a strong team will pull, push and drive the spirit of the organisation day in and day out.
10 August 2022
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