Do you feel that moving to an automated system for your operations processes will take too much time?
Operations departments, especially at smaller schools and districts, often have the perception that moving to an automated process for facilities, events, and IT management is a major challenge. However, the move represents significant efficiency gains and increased visibility for your team.
On a recent webinar featuring the input of small schools, attendees said their number one challenge is difficulty tracking data and a lack of reporting. How can schools accurately document and report on their workload without an automated system in place to track work?
The eBook, 5 Reasons Paper Processes Hold Small Schools Back: A Practical Guide to Automating Operations Management, explores what efficiency gains, dollar savings, and reporting is possible to address a small school’s unique challenges when shifting away from paper. Download the eBook today to hear from several of your peers.
For a deeper dive into some of these perspectives, learn how Scott Clinch, Director of Operations and Maintenance at Ottawa Township High School and Chuck Schilling, Supervisor of Facility Services, at Hudson City Schools used an automated system to overcome their challenges and were able to:
- Improve their team’s time management
- Better prioritize staff’s tasks
- Use reports to improve accountability and share success with management
- Justify existing resources and additional staff requests
Listen to Small School Unique Challenges and Trends webinar recording for more tips and best practices.