Does your company have organizational charts with a whole web of different lines pointing to various team members and managers – a web that would make a spider jealous? If so, simplification is for you.
Scratch that – simplification is for everyone. Whether you’re a 22-year-old entrepreneur running a startup in Silicon Valley, a C-level executive of a Fortune 500 company, or anyone in between, you can reap the benefits of simplification. With companies, on average, losing 10.2% of their earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization to complexity, it’s clearly time to dam the river of waste generated by convoluted business practices.
Simplification is a purification process for your business.