Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) Cycle

Profit is the best platform to get your people focused on the right things and get them done right.

All the tasks you will perform using Profit are organized according to the PDCA Cycle.

With minimal effort you can:

  1. Plan your Objectives and Key Results.
  2. Perform all the tasks that help you achieve your Key Results.
  3. Check and monitor the performance of your entire team from various perspectives.
  4. Perform followup actions to get things back on track when you know you are not on track.

Facing these issues?

Profit helps you to

Tool Challenges?

Facing Tool Challenges?

You try different tools and ways to make things happen. While appropriate in uncertain situations, you feel lack of focus and accountability.

Impactful Decisions

Profit helps you to Make Impactful Decisions

Imagine how your strategic decisions about your team’s projects change if you could measure their effect on your macro goals?

Process Challenges?

Facing Process Challenges?

Daily business often consists of tasks and routines that keep your business running. However you can’t tell if they support the bigger picture.

Visualize Impact

Profit helps you to Visualize Impact

Imagine how your employees will feel if they were able to visualize the direct impact of their work to achieve the greater purpose?

Alignment Challenges?

Facing Alignment Challenges?

Your employees tend to concentrate on their own set of goals without understanding and ensuring alignment to your company’s vision and goals.

Complete Alignment

Profit helps you to Ensure Complete Alignment

Imagine how your company and your performance change if all plans, goals and tasks would be aligned to the bigger picture?

Management Challenges?

Facing Management Challenges?

Your company’s vision often is lost along the path since employees & managers are focused on their daily workload and have a tendency to just get things done.

Stakeholders Buy-In

Profit helps you to Ensure Stakeholders Buy-In

Imagine that all your team members would know your company’s vision and the most important goals and a path to get there.

W. Edwards Deming

If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you are doing.