Category Archives: Writing Policies and Procedures

Why Have Procedures?

Why have procedures? Some would answer this question by providing very long lists of reasons why, these lists sometimes aren’t useful. They are too long to really remember and absorb, plus there is too much overlap and redundancy. Here are four very basic reasons that demonstrate why we should develop procedures to document important process. Continue reading Why Have Procedures?

How to Build an Effective Management System

Imagine what a professional football team would be like without an Effective Management System focused on a regimen of practice drills. Now take away their playbook and player statistics. What you have in this extreme scenario are highly talented (and perhaps overpaid) individuals participating in organized chaos. They might actually win a game or two, but in the long run, this team is doomed. Continue reading How to Build an Effective Management System

How to Use Procedure Validation

You’ve written a new procedure. Your procedure review identified completeness, correctness, and subject matter applicability. You feel you’ve caught your procedure writing errors and the procedure’s ready to go…but go where? How do you determine if your new procedure is working? How can you make that final step of procedure validation? Continue reading How to Use Procedure Validation

Why Use Templates for Policies Procedures?

We have talked about the Top 10 Reasons to Use Bizmanualz Policies and Procedures Manuals. Now, let’s talk about the reasons to use Microsoft Word Templates for Policies and Procedures. What’s the difference? Continue reading Why Use Templates for Policies Procedures?