Business Health Check

Business Health Check

In business, it is always the
little things that get the big results. Our Business Health Check (there are 4
Sections and each section has 6 Questions) will give you invaluable insights
into the many areas of your business.

It will take just 10 - 15
minutes to complete. After you submit the assessment, you will receive an email
that contains the Health Check form along with all your responses for record

If you want us to
analyze the assessment and prepare a list of recommended actions for you to
take, we would be happy to provide you that for a nominal fee.
Please indicate your
preference in the comments section towards the end of the assessment and we
will get in touch with you to providing details on that process. We will also
get plenty of information that will help you to implement the changes that Dr.
Surya Ganduri recommends in his report.

Name Business Email Phone Number
Is there enough time in your day to get work done?
On average, how many hours do you work a week?
How do you currently manage your workload?
Are you able to spend quality time with the people you care about?
Do you use time in meetings to your advantage?
How do you manage your free time?
How do your employees work together as a team?
Does your team identify with your company?
What level of communication occurs within your team?
What level of understanding do your team members have about their role?
Do you consult your team members for suggestions for improvements?
Do you let your team members know when you are proud of their work?
Does your company stick to a clearly defined budget?
What financial importance would you place on getting new business in the next 12 months?
How often do you complete your financial statements?
How has your profit margin performed this past financial year?
What is your cashflow outlook for the next 12 months?
How does your company set its prices?
Do You Have The Systems In Place To Efficiently Run Your Business?
Does your company stick to a clearly defined business plan?
How organized are your company's systems and procedures?
Which of the following best describes your company's employee systems?
What delivery and distribution procedures have you implemented for systemizing processes in your business?
How do you test and measure the performance of your business?
What technology procedures have you added to system your business?

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