June 26, 2022
Revenue Policies and Procedures Manual

What Are Accounting Controls and Processes?

Well-written Accounting Procedures are an important part of an internal control system (as required by SOX Section 404), but over documenting can be a detriment to internal controls.
May 18, 2022
multitasking

What’s Your Plan to Document Process Procedures?

How well are you planning for and implementing business process and procedures change?
April 17, 2022
Verbs

How to Add Verb Power to Your Procedures

Writing good standard operating procedures has a lot to do with how you use verbs. How can you make sure your procedures have verb power?
April 3, 2022
Policy Procedure Differences

What’s the Difference Between Policies and Procedures?

A policy is a guiding principle used to set direction in an organization. Policies can be courses of action to guide and influence decisions. A procedure is a particular way of accomplishing something. Procedures should be designed as a series of steps to accomplish an end result.
March 20, 2022
writing policies and procedures

How Do You Write a Policy and Procedure?

You need policies and procedures to communicate your goals; standardize behavior, processes, and results; train employees consistently; and identify what's acceptable behavior and what's not.
March 7, 2022
Writing Business Policies Procedures

How Do You Write Business Policies Procedures?

Where should you start when writing policies and procedures? Should policies come before procedures, or should it be the other way around?
February 20, 2022
mistakes

How to Write Error-Free Procedures

Writing error-free procedures can be as easy as using these seven simple keys.
February 13, 2022
Procedure Complexity

How Do You Simplify Complex Processes and Procedures?

Don't go into long explanations or try to dispense too much information. Complexity is an enemy of consistency and quality.
February 6, 2022
Business Document Control

How to Get Policies and Procedures ‘Done’

All policies and procedures manuals from Bizmanualz follow the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle. The new procedure writing guide emphasizes this concept.