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Supporting Change: Unlocking Small Business Potential

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What Keeps You Up At Night

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This week on What Keeps You Up At Night, host Brendan Major is joined by John Bean of Advicoach. Brendan and John will discuss how business process improvement can affect the bottom line of any small business. John is an expert in the area of integating new business processes into an organization. Some of the questions and best practices we will discuss: Did you test-fit your initiative against all aspects of your vision, mission, values, and strategic plan? Did you solicit input from select employees? If the initiative “dovetails” nicely to your current vision mission values and strategic plan did you answer common misconceptions about misalignment staff may make? When changes are made do you communicate with staff?

About Our Guest

John Bean is a Franchise owner, Six Sigma Green Belt, and a graduate of North Carolina State University – Co Major Business Management & Economics. For 24 years, John was involved with operations management for a Fortune 500 Company. John has spent 8 years in the area of quality improvement and audit experience holistically measuring compliance with established best practices and impact to outcomes when deficiencies were noted. He is a passionate proponent of teamwork and a success oriented culture, recognized by rapid improvement for operations led, and internal and external advancement of top talent for operations led. His team received the Chairman’s Gold Award (Business Model Redesign), and another that received the Chairman’s Silver Award(Quality Program Redesign). He was recognized for cost containment skills associated with litigation cost reduction and significant operating budget spend and budget reductions. John is also the father of 3 boys.

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