Business processes are so boring. Who needs ’em? I mean, come on. As long as you can build a big Instagram or Tik Tok account with lots of followers, why get caught up in the boring stuff.
And you sure don’t need business processes with social media. Right?
Well, I guess that depends on what you consider business processes to be.
I read an article that defined ’em as “a series of steps performed by a group of stakeholders to achieve a concrete goal.” Yeah, that sounds about right. That article also said, “Each step in a business process denotes a task that is assigned to a participant. It is the fundamental building block for several related ideas such as business process management, process automation, etc.”
Sounds a little stuffy to me. But it’s an accurate description.
That article also shared a lot more information about the importance of business processes and why you should have them in place. Then they shared some examples.
I’m not gonna share their examples because they don’t necessarily apply to you and the rest of the people I work with. But they talked about a lot of the same things I just shared with my UNversity class this month.
Speaking of UNversity…
If you didn’t sign up by January 31st, you weren’t in the class. And it was today. Because it’s the first Thursday of every month.
And if you didn’t get the class, you missed out on some mighty important stuff. Because in that class, I showed HOW to set up processes and procedures. I didn’t just talk about WHAT they are. And when you know just that one thing, how to set up business processes, it can help you easily afford my monthly UNversity class.
So, since I just finished this month’s class, it’s on my mind to share the link where you can enroll and be in next month’s class. And it’s gonna be about something that can help you save $16000 a year. Give or take. At least that’s what one of my clients did when she used what I’ll be sharing with my class.
But like every month, the deadline to enroll for March’s class will be the last day of this month. And February is a short month. So you have less than four weeks to enroll.
Ironically (or coincidentally) the class in March is about something that could help you not forget deadlines. And a lot more. So, if big business savings and not forgetting stuff sounds appealing, click or tap that link below.