SUCCESS WITH BUSINESS STRATEGIES AND SOPS P a g e | 1 Organizations Must Have Strong Business Strategies and Standard Operating Practices to Flourish: Success with Business Strategies and SOPs Rachel Tursky Eastern Florida State College
SUCCESS WITH BUSINESS STRATEGIES AND SOPS P a g e | 2 Abstract The rapid growth and success of our organization, BillCutterz.com has left some things to be desired within our business model, strategy and standard operating procedures. I feel that if we continue down this path without performing a strategic alignment and implementing new policies and procedures we will be doing a disservice to both our clients and ourselves. Currently, Barry Gross is conducting most of the training and recruiting for new employees himself and as such, most of his time is occupied with these activities which leaves him unable to focus his attention elsewhere. Until Gross is able to modify the company’s business model and strategy to accommodate this growth, he cannot continue to grow at the same rate. This is a prime example of why we as an organization must establish strong business strategies, strategic initiatives and Standard Operating Practices (SOPs) at the forefront in order to succeed in the industry or on a national level. If they do not establish these now, we will not be able to achieve substantial growth or handle the new customers we are receiving.
SUCCESS WITH BUSINESS STRATEGIES AND SOPS P a g e | 3 Organizations Must Have Strong Business Strategies and Standard Operating Practices to Flourish As a concerned employee of BillCutterz.com, I must stress the immediate need for a change to our Standard Operating Practices (SOPs) in order to handle the rapid growth and successes we have experienced over the past quarter. I work as one of the Administrative Assistants at the company and I find it extremely frustrating when I see the pitfalls of the current operating practices. With a few small changes to the current practices and procedures, we could strategically position this company for exponential growth potential. We must take the time now
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