If you are a business owner, or are currently managing a business, then you know the importance of maintaining an efficient office. Not only is a business more productive this way, you are also setting yourself up for success in the long run. Many times, business owners forget about the amount of money lost to inefficiency and unproductive work days or weeks.
When we talk in terms of workflow, we mean the specific processes that need to be followed in order to complete a specific task. Examples of this can be adding new leads to a list of sales calls, implementing a process that happens on a monthly basis, or can be something as simple as passing out a company-wide memo. Whatever the case may be, eliminating the inefficiencies in these workflows will make them flow smoother and cut costs in the long run.