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Traction Inc.

30 Jun How To Regain Control Of Your Business

Posted at 09:00:00 by Chris Hallberg

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Every entrepreneur starts out with the goal of staying organized and on top of everything. Unfortunately, as the business grows it’s easy for even the most well-intentioned entrepreneur to get overwhelmed and lost control of their business. This issue coupled with time constraints can quickly lead to bad organizational habits that ultimately affect the overall success of your business.

If this sounds all too familiar, just know that it is never too late to turn your business around. In fact, you can start today. Following these tips will help you regain control of your business.

The Right Process for Your Company

In many cases, a bad habit actually begins with a bad process. Think about it - as your business grew over the years, many processes have been put into place haphazardly, due to business demands and time constraints. All too often, these processes become ineffective and redundant, which could prevent your team from working in unison. With a different business vision and goals, teamwork and innovation are nearly impossible, which ultimately will halt growth within the company.

The good news is that breaking these bad business habits is as simple as fixing the process. The most important thing, however, is to find a process that is ideal for your specific company. Implementing the right business processes can streamline your workload, ensure that all team members are on the same page, boost innovation and productivity and most importantly improve your company’s bottom line.

The two most important components of any business process are communication and consistency. A well-documented process promotes clear communication throughout the workplace. This clear communication will make sure all team members understand exactly what is expected of them and what the company goals and visions are. This will make sure the process is consistent and that it is followed by all employees.

Overcoming Issues Is Paramount

No matter what type of business you operate or how big or small your company is, business issues are inevitable. As these issues pop up, it is vital that your company is prepared to deal with them quickly and efficiently. If left undone or if not dealt with properly, these issues can hinder the future success of your company.

However, when your company is prepared to overcome both interpersonal and business-related issues, your team will be able to work together effectively to secure future success. In fact, learning how to deal with these issues is one of the best ways to regain control of your business.

The first step to overcoming business issues within your company is to identify them. You should start by making a list of all the current issues your business faces. This step also will help you determine what type of business process works best for you. A popular process that is helping companies across the globe overcome challenges facing their business is the EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating Systems) system.

What Is EOS?

The EOS system is a specialized business process that combines simple, time-tested business practices with effective business tools in an effort to create a seamless, synchronized system. This comprehensive strategy's primary focus is to promote teamwork, collaboration, and innovation within the workplace. Ultimately, this process will help you regain control of your business and realize business success.

The EOS system targets six main business components, including:

  • Vision– working to get all team members on the same page
  • Data– analyzing objective data to make sound business decisions
  • Process– streamlining your business processes to create a better workflow
  • Traction– adding a level of accountability and discipline to your team
  • Issues– effectively dealing with business issues as they pop up quickly and efficiently
  • People– placing the right people at the right positions.

Whether you operate a small, medium or big business, having control of these six main business components is crucial when seeking success. The EOS system does just that. It helps you streamline all of your business processes to promote communication and consistency throughout the workplace. You will find that once you take back control of your business and understand how these six components work together, your business will start to turn around and you will start to see success in various aspects of the business almost immediately.

Instead of feeling frustrated with your business or stuck in the same position quarter after quarter, the EOS system will help you put the pieces together so your business can run smoothly again. The EOS system will allow your company to generate traction that will push your business to the next level. With this system, you will create quarterly goals, known as Rocks, which will ensure that the entire team is working towards the same vision and mission for the company. This brings consistency to the workplace, which helps to hold all team members accountable to the company success.

If you are tired of trying the same thing over and over again and/or you want to push your company into a successful business, the EOS system is right for you. It will help you deal with everything from personnel issues to inadequate growth to sales issues and so much more. If you are ready to learn more about the EOS system and to regain control of your business, contact the experts at Traction today or call to request your free EOS Organizational Checkup.

 The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) was created by Gino Wickman (Author of Traction-get a grip on your business) and is a registered trademark of EOS Worldwide. Chris Hallberg of Traction Inc. is a Certified EOS Implementer(tm) that helps business owners and their leadership teams get more of what they want from their business.  

 

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