A systematic business process workflow does four crucial things for your organization:
- It maps outs out each team member’s daily tasks, keeping them on track, comfortable, confident and constructive throughout the day.
- It clears out bottlenecks and staves off redundancies that put big-time dampers on production efficiency, work quality and employee morale.
- It keeps your organization compliant with legal and financial regulations.
- It enforces your organization’s practices, from simple operations to more complex methodologies, to keep everyone on the same page and conquering projects like a well-coached team.
But a workflow engine only operates like the well-oiled machine it should when rules and guidelines are defined by management, accepted by employees and followed by everyone.