Whether starting a business or trying to improve an existing one, you have to understand how things will get done. Writing standard operating procedures can seem complicated on the surface, but with some thought, the process can be easy.
Start by answering the following questions: What tasks do you need to do? Who needs to do them? What are the best ways to approach these tasks?
Read through these sections to get clued up:
- What is an SOP?
- Writing standard operating procedures: A quick how-to guide
- Examples of Process Street’s fully-written and usable SOPs
- Ensure your SOPs adhere to ISO standards