I Built An Operations System For A Quilt Shop

  1. Create a realistically sustainable process
  2. Use an Operations mindset when it comes to improving current systems
  • Answers to employee questions stored all in one location
  • Keep up with systems that are put in place and they aren’t forgotten
  • The owner could leave more because the employees have everything they need.
  • Easy to manage and update
  1. Search the sub-page that would have the answer to your question.
  2. You could also go to Quick Find and search for a keyword to find the answer quickly.
  3. This page could have step-by-step procedures, common questions, ways to solve problems, and other helpful employee information.
  1. How to add inventory
  2. How to check someone out
  3. How to sign someone up for BOM
  4. How things are organized
  • Longarming Schedule
  • BOT spreadsheet
  • Employee hours
  • Product requests
  • Order management
  1. You can select Templates on the empty page.
  2. In the left-hand toolbar, you can select Templates. There are many to choose from in that window but you can click Browse more templates if you want to see more options.
  1. Add a title
  2. Add an icon if you want
  3. Select the date the page was created
  4. Select the Tag(s) or type in a new tag
  5. Add a new property if there is another variable for sorting involved. This example also keeps track of who created what pages. That is why the property is Person.

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