Process Improvement

Business Modeling

Process Improvement - Business Modeling

A strategic method to graphically understand business process and infrastructure relies on business modeling to define relationships, linkage, and hierarchical connections. Building a method to link business purpose to potential outcomes enables even small business to test different ways to achieve desired goals and objectives without undue exposure and consumption of resources. A test environment will help any business understand the potential risk and rewards of a suggested strategy. The best way to create this is through a process-based approach like our 7 Step Method. It will operate as a foundation to develop the necessary platform to manage "what if" scenarios and risk analysis.

Feasibility Studies and Process Simulation

Modeling can also contribute to understanding potential effects of business decisions before testing in production. Evaluating opportunity through feasibility studies helps small businesses decide if their resources and infrastructure can support new initiatives like product diversification, company merger/acquisition, new product development, or expansion.  Within these studies process simulation tests various methods of achieving objectives and their interrelationships with other departments, processes, or methods.

Building Business Efficiency

Often identified issues in small business infrastructure are not addressed because the potential business efficiency doesn't clearly compare to return on investment (ROI). Additional simulation and measurement can provide needed information to justify the decision-making process. Many business owners know they have issues but are unable to compare potential changes to status quo. They suffer from lack of education, overtaxed resources, and inability to fund change or so it is believed. Business ratio/comparisons should be part of a diagnostic approach to review their strategies.



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7 Step Method

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