This book is intended to offer the reader a basic understanding of how a typical Business Management System (BMS) might be structured, applied and operated in order to manage and control your business efficiently and effectively. It is short and to the point and can be read and digested very easily and in a very short time.
Any business, large or small, will need some sort of structure or framework around which to operate and how to do this will depend largely on the size and nature of the business in question. This book will show you some of the more fundamental elements that might go to make up a typical BMS and will offer some simple help and advice on;
•Building an organisation structure
•Recruiting and developing people
•How to map your business processes
•KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators)
•Quality Management and ISO9001
If you are looking for a detailed account of how you can apply and use these features, you won’t find it here; there are plenty of other books out there that will give you that. But for less than the cost of a fast-food meal and just a little of your time, you can gain a good, basic understanding of the main elements of a typical BMS, how to apply them and what they can do for your business.
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About the Author
Contact author on firstname.lastname@example.org Les Williams is an experienced and well qualified Logistics and Supply Chain manager who has worked in this field for many years. He is a graduate of the Anglia Ruskin University and has, over the years, added to this knowledge and learning through various other organisations like the Chartered Institute of Logistics and the Institute of Operations Management. Les has worked in a number of different roles and has considerable experience in delivering significant bisiness process improvements and cost-down intiatives. He has also worked extensively with Supply Chain trainees and graduates, helping many of them go on to build very successful careers of their own. In addition to his non-fiction works he also writes historical fiction and paints pop-art images of famous personalities in the world of sport and entertainment. He has exhibited in the UK and in the US (including the 2010 Ryder Cup event) and has a website for his work at www.iconartonline.com