HOW WE CAN HELP
As businesses evolve, signs of process weakness are common. Higher processing costs, more frequent quality issues, mistakes, delays, workarounds and frequent exception handling are all signs that a process is due for tune-up. A careful study of your business processes will help you close the gap between what processes are currently delivering and what they must consistently deliver.
Processes are only as good as your ability to repeatedly execute them. Process Documentation – from Workflows to Standard Operating Procedures – is a key component of preparing your resources to deliver time and again. They provide clear ways to communicate expectations, support training and build a foundation for continuous monitoring and improvement.
Almost all business change requires process development. New initiatives, technologies, and resources require work to be done in new ways. Parker and Jamison’s focus, as always, is on making sure the right work is being done by the right people in the most effective way possible, and that you are getting the most value from your resources.
Business Process Reengineering
When existing processes are no longer the best approach to meeting your objectives, they must be reengineered to keep pace with change and create opportunities for improved results. Parker and Jamison’s Business Process Reengineering Method has helped teams in various functional areas to reengineer processes that are impacting speed, cost and quality.
Parker and Jamison’s Process Monitoring helps to ensure that today’s results contribute to ongoing success. Process Monitoring builds proactive tools into processes to allow for continual checks of progress and the quality of results. Parker and Jamison understands the need to get the most out of your processes and can help you build systematic reviews into your core business processes.
Process Improvement Training
Parker and Jamison’s success in Business Process Management has come from years of helping leading organizations make their processes work for them. Is it time you grow your staff’s abilities and bring some of this experience and insight in-house? If you’re serious about continuous improvement, let Parker and Jamison teach your team how to differentiate between effective and ineffective processes and then go after improvements that make a difference.