The Business Playbook: How to Document and Delegate What You Do So Your Company Can Grow Beyond You Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Entrepreneur, CEO, or business leader: No matter your title, the success of your company is a responsibility - and weight - that lies squarely on your shoulders. In the beginning, increased control was an asset that bought you peace of mind. But now, without the structure your business needs to thrive, you’re overworked, overwhelmed, and unsure of the path ahead.
Fortunately, everything that makes your company work can be captured and put to work for you.
In The Business Playbook, serial entrepreneur Chris Ronzio walks you through his proven framework for building a playbook: the profile of your business, the people who work in it, the policies that guide it, and the processes that operate it. He shows you how to codify your culture and create a living document that allows you to let go of day-to-day responsibilities and empower your team to run the business without you.
If you want to build a company that doesn’t rely on you putting in more hours, this book will show you the way.
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|Listening Length||3 hours and 17 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||15 February 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 47,937 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
123 in Workplace Culture (Audible Books & Originals)
373 in Workplace Culture (Books)
393 in Entrepreneurship (Audible Books & Originals)
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It is a short book and the author doesn’t get to documenting processes until page 113. The first chapters are painful as he tells you why your business needs a “playbook” over and over, repeating himself many times.
The point of the book seems to be to sell the author’s software program.
His Policies section is an outline of an employee handbook, and like with every section, he fills pages with generic checklists of content that should be included in a handbook. It often comes across as filler and in this case these items are provided by every handbook software and felt pointless.
I’m shocked at all the positive reviews but suspect some sort of marketing or incentive program is behind them, or perhaps business owners very new to the concept of documenting processes and having a handbook find it more helpful than I did.