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Process to Profitability

Apr 26, 2018

Today I’m talking with Jennifer White about translating your core values into your metrics. We cover a wide range of topics including how you can translate the core values of your business into your metrics, what processes you need to have in place, and how those metrics can help you develop processes that support your values.

She also goes through the process of auditing the processes you have in place to make sure they are working for you and what changes you can make down the road as you find you need to shift and change. We talk briefly about how you can grow your team and make sure you stay on track.

Jennifer also has a great Process and Performance Checklist that you can download from her website to help you evaluate your current processes. You can find that at

Jennifer began her career as an engineer and combines analytical ingenuity with a talent for leadership. With a decade of professional experience informing her expertise in supply chain strategy and process and systems design, Jennifer is a talented communicator with a passion for motivating clients to transform their assumptions and achieve high performance. She is known for applying her sharp analytical skills to develop innovative solutions. She calls herself the "Analytical Rewired" as she incorporates her love for logic and creativity into her business. She is the Owner and Chief Impact Visionary Officer of The MJW Group, a Performance Consulting, and Leadership and Development firm with her husband Marcus. In their business, they work with entrepreneurs and small business owners to incorporate core values into their metrics to increase productivity, visibility, and overall performance.

Topics Discussed:

  • How you can translate your core values into your business metrics
  • The processes you need to have in place for your business
  • How metrics can help you develop processes that support your values
  • Auditing your current processes to make sure they’re working
  • Staying on track as your team grows

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