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Example Training Systems

Training plans can take a variety of forms: written/text, audio, pictorial, flowcharts, and video. I am biased to work with laziness, not against it, so pictures, audio and video do the best job of making things easy for the trainee. Here are some training examples.


Flowcharts

A flowcharted system can be as simple as the one below for checking the oil level in a car 

or as complex as the second example for an oil refinery

Pictorial

Pictorial storyboards are easy to create and can be powerful. If you lay them out in Adobe PageMaker or Microsoft Publisher instead of Word, you can manipulate them easily down the road. Systems are always changing, so allow for it.

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Jim Muehlhaussen has traveled the country collecting the best and worst practices from business owners. The 51 Fatal Business Errors provides a quick and easy format to learn from other business owners’ successes and failures. Each error contains a real-life example and definitive action-steps needed to improve common areas of weakness in small businesses. The dangerous (but common) mistakes described are outlined in four categories: “Myth -Busters,” Improving your personal effectiveness,” Using best practices,” and “Mule-kicks” – Muehlhausen’s bluntly honest tips that realign the way small business owners typical lines of thought. Readers will be able to use it to energize themselves about the boundless possibilities of their businesses while giving them practical steps to move forward to the next level.

About the Autor

Jim Muehlhaussen has traveled the country collecting the best and worst practices from business owners. The 51 Fatal Business Errors provides a quick and easy format to learn from other business owners’ successes and failures. Each error contains a real-life example and definitive action-steps needed to improve common areas of weakness in small businesses. The dangerous (but common) mistakes described are outlined in four categories: “Myth -Busters,” Improving your personal effectiveness,” Using best practices,” and “Mule-kicks” – Muehlhausen’s bluntly honest tips that realign the way small business owners typical lines of thought. Readers will be able to use it to energize themselves about the boundless possibilities of their businesses while giving them practical steps to move forward to the next level.

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