'Organisatrice' shows the operational resources that ultimately lead to undesirable cost items. These cost factors are always up to date. Thus, it can be influenced as long as there is operational flexibility.
'Organisatrice' - Understanding costs where they arise.
- The constructive administrative support of the operative business includes wage costs and costs for the administrative infrastructure and administrative operating costs
- wage costs
- expenditure of time
- as soon as an administration unnecessarily hampers execution, it generates costs that can have highly counter-productive effects.
- administrative misconduct
- management monopolies
- selfish delegation
- leadership weaknesses
- excessive demands
In this way, painful costs can be saved which one often does not actually want to admit.
- inefficient management
- unproductive time costs due to lack of coordination
Cost of execution errors
- reduced billing potential
- uncovered time costs
An optimization only makes sense if it can also be economically calculated.
- more reactivity in operational business
- fewer disruptive factors
- more consistent acquisitions
- strategic coordination
- more consistent invoicing
- work resources and material consumption are logged more consistently
Administrative optimisation potentials can also be calculated, which increase the general efficiency of day-to-day business.
Human resources organization
- Availability (coordination)
- personnel fluctuation
- Customer management (offer efficiency)
- Execution efficiency (logistics, customer satisfaction)
- internal communication