Every company does some form of benchmarking, even if they don’t call it that. They measure this year’s performance to last year’s – some even benchmark against a budget. Many of these metrics provide interesting information about what happened yesterday but are unlikely to offer insight about how to improve the results tomorrow.
Processes Lead To Outcomes
Bellrock’s unique benchmarking process provides the roadmap to achieving a company’s goals. Whether you are after more revenue, more profit, or just more time with your family, we look at existing processes and benchmark them against hundreds of best practices drawn from multiple industries. With this information, leaders can see exactly how their processes stack up against the best of the best. More importantly, they can see where to dedicate their improvement efforts to yield the specific results they want.
How It Works
The analysis is initiated with an opening conference with the leadership and then an introduction of Bellrock to your organization’s staff and clients. We provide you with everything needed to introduce the process to your team and ensure that everyone is on board for the investigation to follow.
We examine the systems and processes in place at your organization according to the goals you establish at the beginning of the analysis.
We accomplish this through:
- Customer surveys
- Employee surveys
- Key employee interviews
- Documentation and process review
After the analysis is complete, we hold a series of meetings with you to review the relevant best practices, the degree to which they are already implemented, and quantify the returns on better implementation. From there, we create a plan to embed these new best practices in your organization.
But what sets Bellrock apart is that we don’t stop there. We continue with the implementation of the identified foundational systems. This isn’t just about recommendations. We work with you and your team to make sure the right systems and processes are in place, staying until they stick and deliver lasting, valuable change.
If you know there is room for improvement, but you don’t know where to begin, start with a process benchmarking analysis.