Improve Efficency in your Workplace with Systematization

Trent Kaeslin, Practice Development Coordinator for Results Accountants' Systems was our guest Tuesday in the workshop room here at AccountingWEB. Kaeslin discussed methods for systematizing the workplace to provide a more efficient working environment.

Among topics discussed were methods for determining what needs to happen to make a business run effectively, organizing for systematization, questions to ask employees that will help you understand the best way to get a job done, identifying tasks that are not necessary, and documentation procedures.

Read a complete transcript of the workshop.

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