These 5 tips will help you find the areas that should be focused on for improvement.1. Review your current processes & productivity
This is an important first step in recognising areas that need improvement. A critical assessment of areas of weakness should be undertaken, highlighting what can be done to improve efficiency or reduce costs
2.Consider Payment Incentives
This is generally not an area that businesses ever consider, but incentive pay can be an extremely successful in improving staff productivity. Where do you need your staff to be more productive? Start with these areas.
3. Relook at Your Warehouse Layout
Efficiency means that every part of a process is optimised Your warehouse layout plans a crucial role in efficiency – are products arranged in a way that makes them easily accessible? Is your staff being slowed down by picking one item at a time? Even small changes can make a big difference.
4. Embrace technology
We live in a marvellous age when technology is constantly growing to make every aspect of our lives easier and more efficient. This is especially true for warehousing technologies. If you are still manually processing parts of your sales cycle you should consider if these areas could be semi or fully automated to improve efficiency.
5. Continuous improvement
Successful organisations are always looking for ways to improve operations. Problem areas should be assessed on an ongoing basis, and a practical plan should be made. Assess. Plan. Implement. Repeat.