January 8, 2023

How to Write Accounts Receivable Procedures

The accounts receivable procedures for collection process are critical to reducing days sales outstanding and generating more cash for your business.
December 27, 2022

Why is Process Mapping an Important Tool for Improving Processes?

A Process Map is considered a "best practice" to developing Quality Management Systems (QMS), procedures or system of procedures. learn how to use them.
August 21, 2022

How Do You Identify Policies and Procedures that are Needed?

There is not one ideal number of policies and procedures your company is supposed to have, so how do you go about determining needed procedures?
August 8, 2022

Has Your Process Procedures Project Stalled?

Your process procedures project will move along a lot quicker if you achieve each project milestone. Do you know what they are?
July 14, 2022

How Can the Onboarding Process be Improved?

The process of onboarding new employees in your company can be exciting. A new employee’s onboarding may significantly impact their drive and productivity, but it does not always go smoothly. How can the onboarding process be improved?
July 10, 2022

Does Your End-To-End Process Deliver Your Vision?

How can your end-to-end process design stack up to deliver your vision? Learn about the four core areas of your end-to-end process and how to improve them.
July 4, 2022

What Procedures Improve Cash Flow?

A look at four cash flow control procedure areas in which you can save $250,000 each -- for a total of $1,000,000. Learn more now.
June 26, 2022

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.
June 13, 2022

A Step-by-Step Approach to Business Process Management

Whether you are a manager in a large international corporation or run your own small business, chances are that business process management does rear its head in your everyday activities. Business process management (BPM for short) exists to ensure that employees, clients and other stakeholders reach a mutually satisfying business result in the shortest amount of time.