Improvement, growth, scaling whatever you call it and whatever it looks like to you all comes down to producing a successful outcome following an activity. The more efficiently you can execute that activity the greater the product will be.
By creating a more efficient and effective way of operating, by having ‘flow’ in your business, it can help you scale, expand into new markets, increase your bottom line and generally feel happier about your business.
So, the end goal is already set, but there will be smaller steps along the way.
Some tasks might seem easier to just do rather than learning how they could be automated but consider the short-term pain for the long-term gain.
No one could expect you to jump in the driver’s seat and take a leisurely drive into the countryside, and you can’t expect someone to jump into a workplace role without guidance, and making the odd mistake, either.
Are your employees less productive whilst working remotely, or is their time drained by switching from one app to another and moving equipment to and from multiple locations? Or is it all in your head?