October 22, 2020
Free Sample Policies Procedures Templates

What are Examples of Policies and Procedures?

Use these free policies and procedures examples, one from each of the Bizmanualz standard operating procedures manuals.
October 18, 2020
Five Steps to Create SOP Template

How to Write a Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Template

A Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Template will allow you to standardize your procedures, get started quickly, and provide fast, easy answers to common SOP questions.
September 20, 2020
Begin Writing SOP

How Do You Begin Writing Standard Operating Procedures?

Having an SOP manual is great but the question most often asked is how do you get started writing an operations manual? Well it is a lot easier than you think. Follow these five steps and you will have a well-defined SOP manual of your critical policies, procedures, and forms.
July 15, 2020

How Do You Write Policies and Procedures?

A weak starting point can hurt employee usability and introduce confusion and user-error. Do you know why else you should write new policies and procedures?
March 15, 2020
procedure reasons for writing

What Are the 10 Best Reasons for Writing Procedures?

While "the threat of fines and other penalties if you don't" seems like a pretty good reason, it doesn't fall under the 10 best reasons for writing procedures.
March 8, 2020
Policy Deployment Framework

What Is a Procedure?

A procedure is a way that you achieve consistent results.
February 16, 2020

How to Write Procedures for Results

Don't just write about your tasks, learn how to Get results from your procedures.
February 10, 2020
MS Word Procedure Heading Styles

Do You Need a Policies and Procedures Style Guide?

The ultimate style guide for your policies and procedures is the user -- the employee responsible for the process.
January 1, 2020
Policies Procedures SOP

How to Develop Procedures Quickly

When many of us see change coming, we’re not sure what to do. We sometimes fear or mistrust change, or we put off big problems because they’re “too much all at once”, and we stick with outdated, inefficient tools, methods, and processes. We sense that the way we go about developing procedures isn’t producing satisfactory results, yet we keep at it. We can’t afford to continue doing what we’ve been doing if we’re to remain competitive. So, how can you develop procedures quickly?