University of California
Type of paper: Thesis/Dissertation Chapter
Ways promoting efficiency in a business
Talking an example of production industries, promoting a culture of open communication will enhance the skill of helping people. This skill will aid in problem solving. still under helping people skill patience as a skill will apply in that in case of delays of salaries workers will not feel that they are being subjected to kind of punishment (Richards, 2011).
Another way of ensuring efficiency is encouraging communication, collaboration and feedback between departments and the management staff this will promote stream of ideas resulting to a more productive team overall. Positive perspective way of looking at your business as a worker increases output thus promoting efficiency. Computer survey as a skill enhances adoption of modern technology that put your business in front line towards more effective procedures. This creates better quality experience for employers’ and clients resulting to a stronger bottom hold.
Being focused as an entrepreneur sets a good role model to your workers. In trying to be like, they put in enough effort which in return encourages efficiency. An outgoing business man sees to it that he is trending with current technology. The skill of being obsessive and compulsive aids you as a manager to make certain decision that will have an impact on your workers which in a way promotes efficiency for example punishing indiscipline.
Lastly getting to know your workers better is a key point in promoting efficiency. This can be achieved by analysing employee process to their overall efficiency. Flexibility or the skill of adopting to change promotes efficiency in that no time is wastage trying to deny changes introduced in the business. After that is done achievable goals should be set. These realistic tangible goals provides motivation needed to achieve them which in turn enhances efficiency.
Richards, G. (2011). Warehouse management: A complete guide to improving efficiency and minimizing costs in the modern warehouse. London: Kogan Page.