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How to Misteak Mistake-Proof Your Business
Presenter: Steve Royal
If you're in business, you are most likely aware that not everything always goes as smoothly as you might like. Have you ever asked yourself, "Where do problems occur in my business and what can I do to modify my procedures so that they don't occur at all?"
The fact is that almost every problem in your business occurs because of a mistake made by somebody somewhere in the steps necessary to complete a job, from manufacturing to consulting with a client.
Mistakes are bad, but not inevitable. By applying the techniques from "How to Mistake-Proof Your Business," you have the option to run your business without that nagging feeling that something is going to go wrong.
It's a great feeling. Attend this session and learn the principles and techniques of "How to Mistake-Proof Your Business." This presentation is packed full of reasoning, explanations, and mistake-proofing techniques to make your business function better.
Key Learning #1: Understand why you should mistake-proof your business.
Key Learning #2: Identify special techniques that assure mistake-proofing is effective.
Key Learning #3: Understand how to "mistake-proof" your business.
Steve Royal has been a member of RPCN since 1992, after retiring from Kodak. After spending many years as a manager in the manufacture of photographic film, Steve was asked to join the training department. He attained many skills in both course design and facilitation, so consulting after retirement was a natural fit. RPCN served to provide the knowledge necessary to start a new business, such as type of business, marketing, sales, etc.
Steve's business is Royal Associates and it includes this mistake-proofing program featuring a prioritizing process to assure that his clients are always working on the most important activity first.
Steve has been the Webmaster for RPCN's website since it was first launched in the early 1990's. He also facilitates the Technical Forum and answers the "office" phone.
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