“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”Benjamin Franklin
Often the very attributes necessary to spur and guide the successful growth of a business contain within them the seeds of its ultimate discontent. If a business wants to sustain its growth, it needs to make sure that its leaders and supervisors are well trained.
Many businesses begin as a craft organization around the founder’s kitchen table. Everyone is equally invested in the activities, most of them perform similar functions, and they enjoy daily access and communication. When tasks need to be completed, whoever is available assumes responsibility. There is no need for supervisors at this stage.
People connect and check in with each other on a continual basis. … Read the rest