Imagine you and your friends want to make a sandwich together. If everyone agrees on the recipe—the type of bread, cheese, and what fillings to use—you’ll end up with a tasty sandwich that everyone enjoys. But if one person thinks you’re making a ham and cheese sandwich and someone else starts adding peanut butter and jelly, you’ll end up with a mess that no one likes.
In business, processes are like recipes. They are sets of steps that need to be followed to complete a task effectively and efficiently. Everyone agreeing on a process means:
So, agreeing on the details of a repeatable process makes sure that everyone is making the same “sandwich,” which is how businesses save huge amounts of time and money and keep both customers and employees happy. Process management apps like Tallyfy were specifically designed for processes from the ground up. Project management apps were never designed to run processes, even if their marketing creates stories that they work for this purpose. Spoiler alert – they don’t. Hitting a watermelon with a hammer just creates a mess.
They have a repeatable system that keeps on winning. Projects are unique – not repeatable.
… without huge documents and crazy flowcharts
… because you can’t delegate or scale a process that isn’t followable or simple.
… without saying “did I do it right?” and “is it my turn?”
… because reading a process and doing it in a team are totally different.
… without worrying that people will forget lessons learned
… because if you can’t evolve and improve a process – it will fail.