January 5, 2022

What is a Work Instruction? | Definition

Many get these terms mixed up: policy, business Process, Procedure, and Work Instruction. In truth, most people create work instructions and refer to them as procedures. Or they will write a procedure, which is really a process. Some think of these terms as interchangeable. What is a work instruction?
December 22, 2021

How to Review Business Policies

Why do you review? To ensure accuracy and completeness, and to make sure everyone has the same understanding of the policy or process. In short -- to ensure effective communication.
December 12, 2021

How to Develop Policies and Procedures

We have worked steadily on improving our procedures, using the process model (or Deming Cycle) as the basis for improvement.
December 1, 2021

How to Develop Intranet Policies and Procedures for Multiple Departments

What alternatives are there to Intranet software solutions to develop policies and procedures for multiple departments?
September 25, 2021

What Is Your Policy on Policies and Procedures?

Your policy on policies and procedures should cover the six steps of your deployment framework: development, approval, distribution, implementation, regular review, and revision of all of your policies and procedures.
September 13, 2021

How Do You Write a Policies and Procedures Manual Template?

Put together your Policy & Procedure Manual using a logical flow or order to your procedures. Start the operations manual with your process map. List your procedures that explain each business process.
August 18, 2021

What’s it Cost to Manage Policies and Procedures?

There are three major costs associated with every document management system: (a) hard costs; (b) soft costs; and (c) opportunity costs. How do you get those under control?
August 2, 2021

Why Should You Publish Policies and Procedures Online?

OnPolicy.com facilitates the rapid publication, distribution, and management of your policies and procedures documents.
April 8, 2021

What are Examples of Company Policies and Procedures?

Project management follows a common Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle found within the five project phases. Do you know what these phases are?