At this point, you are probably so well-versed in all things workflow, blueprints, structure, and Rindle that you consider yourself an expert. Either that or you’re hoping you never have to hear the word “workflow” again!
Hopefully you are somewhere in the middle of that spectrum, and you are feeling fully equipped and inspired to start building a workflow structure that is guaranteed to drastically change (and improve!) the way your team works.
If you have taken the time to read this far (and survived) then I hope you have learned something new and you feel ready to start implementing some of what we covered into your life at work.
We covered a lot, and if I was at all successful in accomplishing what I set out to do, then you should have a clear understanding of why structuring your team’s work is so important and how to go about doing it in the best way possible.
However, if you can’t remember anything and you stopped paying attention before I even started, then that’s cool too!
Here’s a snapshot of what we covered:
First, we discussed the why and how of workflow structure and uncovered the three essential building blocks that make up almost every type of workflow. Remember, state machine, sequential, and rules-driven workflows? Those are the three most common types and, combined with projects and tasks, make up the foundation of how your team works. We also revealed how Rindle uses a state-machine workflow as its baseline and highlighted some of the many cool features Rindle has to offer.
Next, I showed you how the building blocks work together to form the all-mighty Hub & Spoke Model, which oftentimes becomes the starting point for how many different companies structure their team’s workflow. This section is worth getting to know well, and will likely have a big impact on where you decide to go from here.
Lastly, we really dove deep into exactly how to blueprint your own workflow and how to get started on laying out a structure that will work for you. I provided many examples and practices from my own experience and, again, revealed how Rindle can be such a useful system for all different types of teams and organizations. And that’s pretty much it!
I do understand that the amount of information included in this ebook might seem overwhelming, but I can promise you that just a few simple steps can change the way your team works for the better. Once you get started, you won’t believe how easy it actually is to build a system that works for you.
And the help doesn’t stop here!
At Rindle, we have a team of experts standing by who are always ready and willing to help you on your workflow journey.