Mastering Efficiency: Tips and Tricks for Scaling Up Your Productivity

 Last Updated: Jun 06, 2023  |    MIN READ


Business efficiency refers to how much a company or an organization can generate products or services related to the amount of time, money, and other resources to produce them. Scaling business efficiency equates to maximizing outputs from the given inputs. Making the most out of your resources brings many advantages, such as improved productivity and increased profits, all while reducing costs. Efficiency correlates with productivity, which can help you adapt to today’s competitive market.

We have listed a few tips to help you boost your business’s efficiency:

1. Automate Processes and Workflows

Take a step back and revisit the operations of your business, and invest in technology to enable the automation of those processes. Get the mundane, repetitive work out of the way so your employees can focus on the more essential and critical tasks.

Technology has undeniably come a long way over the decades, and it is safe to say that it will always continue to improve and continue advancing as time passes. In this day and age, AI technology has been leading the technological landscape, and more and more industries are jumping in and trying to acquire the technology to keep their businesses ahead of the game.

2. Delegate and Consolidate Tasks

Efficiency starts with organization. To manage all your people, you must understand their strengths and weaknesses. More often than not, business owners tend to do all business tasks by themselves. This habit of taking everything all by yourself could stem from various reasons, one needing to be more confident to entrust a particular business function to an employee fully. However, to run your business efficiently, you must delegate and learn to trust your team to accomplish their roles. Delegating tasks promotes accountability to your team and can help them become more invested in the business’s success.

3. Improve Time Management/Do a Daily Standup

Conducting huddles or scrums – short, daily team meetings – can contribute to the efficiency of the business. Keeping all team members in the loop and staying updated with everyone’s progress can be beneficial in the long run, as it lets you stay on top of things and cuts down the time spent coordinating with each team member. Face-to-face communication is much more convenient and hassle-free and is proven to be more productive.

4. Listen to Your Team

There’s no better way to collaborate than listening to everyone and being open to suggestions.

If you want credible and valuable opinions, turn to your team members. They are the ones who deal with the processes every day, and they are pretty much familiar with the intricacies of the job. Their perspectives are precious, especially when considering ideas for increasing productivity and efficiency in their roles. Employees generally want to perform well and make their work more accessible, so if they present good ideas to boost efficiency and better streamline processes, then as a business owner, it is your duty to listen to what they have to say. If you agree with their assessment, you might be able to put the right wheels in motion to make these improvements happen.

5. Never stop improving

Just because things start to change doesn’t mean that’s the end of it all. Making ways to be more efficient is a never-ending pursuit, as things can be improved repeatedly. Do not get too set in your ways because processes can change and evolve. Evaluate your efficiency to ensure you’re keeping up with trends and technology.

6. Build trust

Building trust in the workplace forms stronger bonds between an employer, an employee, and colleagues. Trusting your people to perform well without micromanaging them creates a healthy environment where they feel valued and seen. If you are transparent with your team, they will more likely return the favor and provide honest insights on their tasks, products, services, etc.


OBP’s consulting services will help you adapt to today’s economic landscape and stay ahead of the competitive market no matter what business issues arise. We provide the right tools to enable optimal remote work that can help minimize or prevent disruption in your operations. Our experts will streamline and improve your process by transforming how your company meets its targets and measures productivity.

Improving your business efficiency with OBP brings many advantages, such as reduced operational, system maintenance, and implementation costs.

Contact us today and let our Lean Six Sigma certified consultants discuss how OBP can help you achieve your business goals.

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