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Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
Do You Really Need A Process?
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Do You Really Need A Process?

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Would life really be better if we didn't have all these processes in place? What exactly is a process in the first place?

Would life really be better if we didn't have all these processes in place? What exactly is a process in the first place?

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  • 1. do you really need a process at work? A primer by Mansoor Adenwala
  • 2. Before we start… What is a process, really?
  • 3. a set of documents?
  • 4. series of checklists?
  • 5. binders sitting on a shelf?
  • 6. or something to keep you in line?
  • 7. Can life be better off without one? Let’s see....
  • 8. What would you do if you didn’t have a process…
  • 9. be creative?
  • 10. be free to do what you want at work?
  • 11. apply new idea's to each problem?
  • 12. then ask yourself this first…
  • 13. Can you reinvent the wheel every time there’s a problem?
  • 14. Over time, you end up applying the same solutions to the same set of problems occurring at work
  • 15. more and the same problems crop up often than different problems
  • 16. handling the same problems again as new ones uselessly drains your resources...
  • 17. ends up stifling creativity, instead of nurturing it
  • 18. process helps this is where a
  • 19. a process is a handy solution to tackling the same set of problems you've been encountering on a day to day basis
  • 20. It documents a roadmap to (a) effectively handle a problem (b) and implement the required solution
  • 21. brings together all the knowledge your firm has accumulated over the years, in a concise referable form on making improvements and preventing past mistakes, in short, making your job easier
  • 22. answers (a) what to do, (b) how to do it, (c) who does it and (d) who needs to be told about it
  • 23. easier makes it for new people to get up to speed quickly!
  • 24. you with more and leaves time to tackle the really difficult and hard problems creatively!
  • 25. Caveat: Only works if the process is YOURS!
  • 26. your problems are only similar to others, not the same!
  • 27. Pictured: Chinese IPod Knockoff (Left) & Original IPod Nano (Right) so why copy their solution?
  • 28. when you can make yours better! try it, it’s easier than you think Pictured: The new Sony Walkman Series music player (top) and the Microsoft’s Zune Media Player (Right)
  • 29. for viewing this presentation. add it to your favorites if you like it. contact: mansoor.adenwala@businessbeam.com All images were found via flickr.com. Copyright of their respective owners.

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