3 ways Process Bliss…supports continuous process improvement

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3 ways Process Bliss…supports continuous process improvement

by | 15 May, 2018 | Process

This article is part of our Process 101 guide.

These are the three ways that Process Bliss enables continuous process improvement in your business. We’ve already talked about why you need to drive continuous improvement in your business, so this article explores how you can actual do it with Process Bliss. After all, process is only valuable if it is being used as a collaborative workflow and is regularly reviewed.

1) Process Bliss allows anyone to create a task

Through Process Bliss, there’s no need to map out your tasks ahead of time. Just log in and get to work. Later, you can convert these tasks into templates, saving you time and effort.

2) Process Bliss empowers your team

Users have the ability to bypass a step within the task, while providing valuable feedback on why they can’t/won’t do something. Your employees have the autonomy to complete the job in the way they feel is best.

Anyone can also provide feedback on any step within a task. This feedback gets sent to the template, and the template owner is notified. At a later stage, all feedback provided can be reviewed and the template process updated as necessary.

3) Process Bliss ensures no process is ever set in stone

Your business is always moving in order to keep up with the competitive landscape, which means your processes are constantly evolving to support your operations. Process Bliss flexes to your way of working; when you need to start a new process, simply select the template you used last time, and edit it first to reflect any updates. Then publish your changes and you’re ready to go.

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