Friday, 20 November 2009

What is your job?

Many people spend their days working without truly appreciating what their job really entails. I'm sure that you have seen other people work really hard at what they are given (or have chosen) to do, and yet aren't producing results of any real merit.

Most jobs are designed for a purpose - to add value to a specific process or client, they are there to make the process or client experience better.

If you are familiar with Parkinson's Law (that effort expands to fit the time available) you will see the countless unnecessary tasks that fill the days of many working people. Jobs that do not fit with the value that the organisation is trying to generate, and do not help anyone to deliver meaningful results.

Not understanding current work content and how this generates value to the end client is crucial if we are to spend our days doing something that is useful, profitable and enjoyable.

Does your day-to-day work deliver the results?

Smartspeed Consulting Limited
'For When Results Matter'

C'mon! Just write the SOP!