Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) November 24, 2012
A lot of businesses consider systemisation a time consuming task which is done with pen on paper. The traditional method not only costs entrepreneurs lots of time, but it is also prone to misunderstandings. These, in turn, lead to more lost time, can affect the way a business works and of course, its profits.
But with the dawn of technological revolution people have witnessed an increased number of opportunities which offer both business owners and their teams the possibility to systemise their activities and share them in an online and interactive system.
This is what Fiona Lewis, founder and CEO at Super Savvy Business is using and she decided it is time to help other entrepreneurs with their small business systems. ‘A lot of businesses think of systems as being archaic folders that sit on shelves and go dusty’, says Ms Lewis, ‘but these days it really doesn’t have to be that way at all. You can create an online and interactive system, an organic document that is changed as your business grows, not going old and out of date.’
In the video she also explains some of the techniques she is using in her business and which can be applied in every business regardless of their activity. Three of the best tips are backed up by genuine advice on how to get started and how to improve these systems each day. These are the tips she is also sharing within her Savvy Mastermind program and what she is training and mentoring her personal clients to do in their businesses.
Going on, Ms Lewis puts emphasis on the real value of an outsource team. Many people are afraid to use offshore outsourcing because of the difference in time, of the fact that they are not always available when they are needed, but Ms Lewis considers that such a team could be an invaluable asset to any business provided that one knows how to communicate with their team.
Ms Lewis says, ‘When I have meetings with my team – and they are international team spread in a couple of different countries – I have made it very clear to them that I really value their expertise and their input. So if they see something that we are doing within our business that they think could be done better, faster, more streamlined, more leveraged, I actually ask them at each team meeting to give me any of their suggestions.”
“This way we are constantly improving what we are doing, because at the end of the day only the person who works within a particular role or a process within your business really knows what is working or not working. And especially if it’s something technical or something that you don’t personally have expertise in – it’s really hard for you to know whether or not things are being done the best way.’
The video also offers information about this year’s last Ultimate Web Blueprint Workshop from 29th of November, in Melbourne, Australia. See the entire video and get more valuable insights into business management by accessing http://www.supersavvybusiness.com