Are Your Processes Balanced?

by Tricia Frey | Jul 27, 2021

There is more to a great business process than just tasks and timelines. The key to any successful process is the concept of balance. Balance isn’t possible without three key elements – strength, flexibility, and focus. When processes are created and executed with these three elements in mind, they will create valuable results for you and your clients. 

Strength 

To create excellent work, you must first have a strong foundation in place to build from. Your process needs to be able to withstand any unforeseen issues that are thrown its way, no matter how big they may be. Having a set framework for your team to work from throughout the entirety of the process helps keeps things on track, and ensures that important steps are not being overlooked. 

Flexibility 

Having a strong process is the heart of all great marketing projects, but when your process is too rigid, it doesn’t allow your team to truly flex their muscles and think creatively. While it’s important to have a set framework for your team to follow throughout the duration of the project, it’s just as important to make room in the timeline for those on-the-fly team brainstorming sessions that ultimately lead to greatness. 

Focus 

Focus is the driving force behind all exceptional marketing projects. When your team starts to lose their focus on the overall objective of the project, that is when things can fall apart. Keeping the project’s objective or goal top of mind during all stages of the process will help your team hit the target every time.

Processes are one of the most important aspects of creating high-quality work, but in order for a process to be effective, it must follow the basic principles of balance. Start by adding the three main principles of balance to your business processes – you will be amazed at the results. 

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