An operations manual is an extremely useful document for any business and its employees to have.
But many businesses are discouraged from writing an operations manual as they don’t know where to begin.
Here’s how it works.
First, you’ll add your basic information and confirm who’ll be creating the operations manual with you. Then, you’ll assign writers to their tasks and make sure they understand what an operations manual is.
After that, you’ll ensure all your business’s processes are documented before getting down to the writing of the operations manual. This will be a tag-team effort between you, the project leader, and the writers/representatives you’ve chosen to work on this operations manual with you.
Once the operations manual’s different sections have been written, you’ll approve the content to make sure it’s up to scratch. When it’s all looking good, you’ll tell all employees about the operations manual and schedule an operations manual audit for 3 months time.
The Checklist for Writing an Operations Manual has been written to be used in tandem with the Operations Manual Template. When using both resources, you can efficiently and effectively create a solid operations manual.