Business Organization: The Workspace
The cost of disorganization in your workspace is enormous! That is why business organization is so important to the well being of the business you’re in. Without the proper tools and systems time is wasted looking for things, and opportunities are lost because of ineffective time management. If you spend 15 minutes each day looking for something, that adds up to over 4 weeks every year. How would your business grow if you suddenly had an extra 4 weeks a year to work on it? Whether you work from home or in an office, alone or with others we can help with business processes and procedures, time management, and office organization.
Organizing your business is different than organizing your home. There are different organizational needs in each situation. You aren’t likely to need your kitchen organized in your business, but you may need to devise a system to keep track of old client records. Maybe time management or delegation. These could be keys for your office organization that open many doors.
The Importance of a Plan
An emergency or natural disaster can strike at any time. If you needed to evacuate your business with 15 minutes’ notice, would you know what to take with you? Would you know where it was? Many elements go into preparing an Emergency Plan. A Call to Order-Professional Organizers will work with you to develop the right plan for you.
Many of us have great intentions of getting emergency plans in place. You may have just a checklist of things that you need to gather and of things that you need to do. However, you probably haven’t done it. We help you not only to develop a plan, but also put the plan in place.
A Call to Order – Professional Organizers will work with you to analyze your business needs. It may be a customer service process that you need refined, or it may be developing a data backup plan. We help you identify where your business could operate more effectively.
In an Emergency: In Your Business
Being prepared for an emergency at work includes not only being able to get to important papers, but also protecting your data, an evacuation route, knowing what valuables you need to gather, where the water and gas shutoffs are, and more. A Call to Order is Community Emergency Response Trained by the Office of Emergency Management in Colorado Springs, CO. We know the steps to take in order to protect you and your valuables in the event of a disaster.
Businesses have different needs in an emergency than individuals do. In business, your most important asset might be the data on your computers. Do you have a plan in place to keep up to date backups offsite or in the cloud? If your business were involved in a fire or flood, would you be able to set up in a new location and be running again in a short amount of time? Emergency preparedness for your business doesn’t just include before an emergency, it also includes what happens afterward.