- You get an operations manual template.
- IT SUCKS.
- IT'S BORING.
- IT'S BLAND.
You fill in your company's info, procedures, etc.
So, none of your managers bother with the manual, go do their own thing, and your company gradually stumbles and falls to the pits.
And you get sued, and they put you in the chamber, and they cut off your one leg, and they laugh at you.
Don't let that happen to you! OH NO!
How do you write an operations manual?
- Write the operations manual such that a 10-year old kid can read it and run your company to The Awesome.
Not everyone likes to read a corporate manual; children books, on the mother %#@%#@ hand, appeal to anyone who picks one up because it's universally inclusive.
99.99999999999999% of peeps can understand them.
When your manuals have more clarity, and attract any personality, you get a more efficient team that's on the same page -- instead of worrying about mixed-up interpretations from your team.
Result: THE WINS.
Write for children.
Posted on November 05
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