The Seven (7) Quality Principles Part 2

Before I continue writing this post, I would like to share that I use Hootsuite to manage my social media marketing.  It is best used by project managers and content writers. WordPress also has a sharing widget where you input your social media links and your blog posts will be automatically shared.

I am imploring the graces of the Almighty that I can complete all tasks to keep up.  It will be hard to connect with everybody for the meantime but I am not an energizer bunny as Renard puts it.  There will always be a time for everything.

I continue from the first post about the seven quality principles:

3. ENGAGEMENT OF PEOPLE

Considering this principle, the leaders in an organization will let everybody use their abilities with the same objectives and goals.  This will benefit not only the business’ organization but also everybody in it.

Making people work with gusto all the time is difficult.  A work situation or condition will always affect disposition and attitude.  It is not as easy to get people be engaged as we like it to happen.  Why is this so?

There is a multitude of factors why people refuse involvement and engagement.  You can only meet this objective if you stretch out recognizing their efforts and abilities, empowering them by trusting and giving respect, and strengthening their skills and knowledge.

If you are a sole proprietor, who are you engaged with?  It is the people, and group of people, in your network.  You need the same alignment of objectives and goals.  Entrusting them with some matters about your business will strengthen the ties.  For example, asking them about their opinion on a particular decision will make them feel they are trustworthy.

You do not have people to enhance their skills and knowledge but recommending others in your network for their excellent work will engage them into helping you meet your business goals.

4. PROCESS APPROACH

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I am not sure if this is a familiar thing for everybody.  Process approach is the method of identifying and managing processes and interaction of processes.  The authors based the approached on this line of thought – all activities in a business organization are interrelated.

As a business owner, including the sole proprietor, understanding what you are trying to meet and how this relates to your customer will help improve your business.

Using this principle in your business is very helpful as you will be able to look at the matter as one big process with the inputs and outputs, the needed resources, controls and measures, and the links to other processes.

If you are aiming for continual improvement, this systematic method will definitely give what you need.  You can also use the PDCA cycle method as an extra tool.

Part two ends here. I hope you learned a thing or two.

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