In any organization with ambitions of growth, standardization is non-negotiable. Well implemented standardization allows you and your organization to do everything in less time. The time saved can then be reinvested into growth activities.
Leaving processes to individual judgement can create inefficiencies and mistakes. Standardization is one solution. Still, standardizing transfers decision power from the individual to the organization, which can be harmful to employee creativity and self-drive. Recognizing how to carry out standardization to maximize gains and minimize handicaps is important, but hard.
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