In our previous post, we began discussing on customer feedback and it's importance to business productivity. We discussed about what customer feedback means and the link between it and business productivity. In this post, we share three important purposes of Customer feedback, how to get effective customer feedback hat does not end up as 'data' but goes on the be information used to improve business productivity.
First of all, let me apologise on behalf of Ya'ats Advisory Services for the lack of posts lately; we've been really busy with other jobs and we do not yet have a full time blogger for us. Thank you for your understanding. This topic on Customer Feedback and Business Productivity will be spread out into two different posts. In this post, we'll be talking about Customer Feedback and its relationship with business productivity. How your customer feedback can be used to improve your business productivity is key to knowing which customer feedback you need and which mechanisms to use.
Yes, again, we're still talking about business productivity! You can see how extensive this topic has been. In today's post, we'll be talking about the link between employee happiness and business productivity and we have shared three simple ways to keep your employees motivated, happy and engaged! A happy staff is a happy business!
Yes, we're still talking about business productivity and how to improve it. Your business is only as healthy and sane and productive as you are. Your business productivity can improve when your productivity improves. In this post are 6 great reasons why you must exercise regularly!
We are still talking about how to increase your business productivity. This time, we are discussing the eight wastes of TIMWOODS and solutions for reducing them. We try, as much as we can, to make all our advice as simple and practical as possible and our aim at the end of every post is to get you to work! Begin implementing all we have shared and will share with you and your business will never remain the same.
We are still talking about how to increase your business productivity. This time, we are discussing in the area of Process Mapping and how to identify wastes in your processes. We try, as much as we can, to make all our advice as simple and practical as possible and our aim at the end of every post is to get you to work! Begin implementing all we have shared and will share with you and your business will never remain the same.
We have been talking about business productivity and how to increase it since the last post. In this post, we'll be talking about 'Bottlenecks' and how to identify them. Your business productivity is directly equivalent to your bottleneck process time! This tells us how critical it is to identify and reduce your bottleneck processes.
Your business productivity is very important and is linked directly to your business income and customer satisfaction. In this post, we share how you can increase your business productivity by calculating TAKT time and Cycle time. We explain what TAKT time and Cycle times are and how they can be used to improve your business productivity.
Your health is your wealth! That's why we have decided to share this wealthy information with you today with the help of our Contributing author of the day —Miss. Doris Nwoha. Miss Doris Nwoha is the CEO / Founder of Daizy's; a nutritionist, dietitian and a fitness instructor. She is based in Abuja, Nigeria and she also makes awesome smoothies (healthy ones) that can spice your life up! "Nature's supply of goodness and vitality is unending. Each food has its own special benefits and our bodies deserve the best to keep us in tip-top shape."
Being an entrepreneur is widely spoken about. Not the same can be said about being an innovator. What do both these words mean and is there any link between both of them? If there is, how can they both be placed in the same sentence? You'll find the answers to these questions and more in this post where we share our believe about the link between these two words and how they ought to become one as regards to the purpose of both words.