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How to Get Started With Sops and Be More Productive

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发表于 2022-9-29 14:45:05 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
本帖最后由 Jibonsonggram 于 2022-9-29 14:47 编辑

The term Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) has been known to create an instant workplace Pavlovian response that manifests in a big, wide yawn requiring a hurried apology. To avoid the psychological baggage, Dan Martell refers to it as a playbook instead. Regardless of terminology, setting up SOPs to improve your processes can have a huge positive effect on productivity—if you implement them properly. In this article we’ll show you how to introduce SOPs into your workflow and actually get stuff done. If you find yourself managing from disaster to disaster, and a typical work day consists of putting out fires with one hand while fending off a pack of wild dingoes with the other, it might be time to take a new, unbiased look at SOPs.

They just might save your sanity. Here’s how to implement SOPs properly—and get stuff done — 1. Come up with good SOPs business process illustration Design by OrangeCrush First things first, you need to come up with a good set of SOPs that help make processes clearer and easier for everyone. Despite a knee-jerk reaction tendency to bring everyone into the SOP creation strategy sessions, resist the temptation. Research background remove service has shown that teams lose effectiveness as they increase in size. In fact, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has a two pizza rule. If a group can’t be fed on a couple of pizzas, it’s too big. The point is that you should select a test group from among your better (however you choose to define that) employees.
  


These people will be charged with creating and testing the SOPs before they are distributed to the company at large. Only after each new process has been properly vetted should you make it part of the office culture. There’s nothing wrong with adjusting SOPs as needed, but it could be a problem if they are in a constant state of revision, which can be maddening to those trying to follow them. By the time employees learn one thing, it changes. Hold off a bit. Get the thing right, make it a policy, and then only change it if there is an overriding reason to do so. 2. Get people on board train logo All a-board the SOP train! Design by Pandawa_Design. Let’s assume your current SOP strategy is either non-existent or a quivering pile of confusion that contributes nothing positive to the office but everyone has grown accustomed to bad processes. It’s obvious a change is desperately needed, but people generally hate change. The reality is that you can divide employees into three groups in regard to your newly-christened SOP crusade: 1. They’re with you 100% 2. They’re against you 200% 3. They are completely clueless In order for your SOPs to work, people need to understand, accept and follow them.

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