How to Apply the 80/20 Rule to Scale Your Business

How to Apply the 80/20 Rule to Scale Your Business

Understanding The 80/20 Rule to scale your business results in more focused activity and results based activities.

Today, we’re specifically diving into how to use The 80/20 Rule to scale your business.

eMyth Book Review – 5 Process Takeaways

eMyth Revisited Book Review

Michael E. Gerber is one of the most-read famed entrepreneurs of all time. We dived in to do an eMyth Revisited Book Review and focused on 5 process related takeaways.

The Best Scribe Alternatives for Recording

The Best Scribe Alternatives

Scribe is a good step recording software but you may want to consider alternatives because it’s pretty expensive for what you get. Let’s look at the best Scribe alternatives available and what each one offers.

How to Get Your Processes ‘Followed By All’

Get your processes followed by all FBA

There’s no point creating processes unless they’re followed by all. Learn more about the essential strategies and practical tips to ensure seamless adherence to processes in the EOS model with Whale.

How to Review Your SOPs and Company Documentation 

Three women reviewing SOPs together at a table.

Why on earth would you need to review your SOPs? ? Surely once you’ve gone through the challenge and effort of assimilating your company processes and SOPs, that’s enough?

SOPs are a vital part of your company’s life force and are bound to change along with the company’s growth.

The Future of Knowledge Sharing in the Workplace

Two children playing demonstrating the future of knowledge sharing

Knowledge Sharing isn’t just about Standard Operating Procedures and processes; it’s a significant contributor to growth in a business and an opportunity to scale business, mitigate business risk and promote engagement.

Why we launched a process Challenge

Join the Whale Process Challenge

Between our team, we’ve interviewed hundreds of entrepreneurs, VP’s and heads of teams. There wasn’t a single one who said that process wasn’t important. It was actually quite the opposite.
Process isn’t the problem, getting process done is the problem.