We continue our interview with Samuel Drauschak and discuss how to improve data capture during our processes so we can measure them. We need metrics to assist us in assessing the value of any process and provide a measure of changes. That allows us to score our changes as good or bad and the level of impact they have.
It Starts With A Need To Improve Data Capture
There are many similarities across processes. However, we need to find common ground to compare and contrast them. That begins with a need to improve data capture as we execute each step. This is a focus on science and objective measures rather than eyeballing our way through the assessments.
Sam Drauschak is the Co-founder and Chief Process Scientist at Truvle, whose mission is to assist businesses. They accomplish this by reducing wasteful activity through innovative tools, software, and expert content. With over a decade of experience in management consulting, Sam has worked with a broad range of companies. Thus, he has helped financial services, resources, legal services, media, and digital services organizations to simplify and improve their operations using business science fundamentals. Furthermore, he is the author of “Becoming A Conscious Business.” This book explores the efficiency of biological systems and how to apply them to modern businesses.
Leading his team at Truvle, Sam helps organizations achieve maximum efficiency in business processes and energy flow. Likewise, he has also developed the Truvle Mapping Language (TML), a universal process mapping language adopted as the standard for multiple large enterprises globally.
Sam has been a featured speaker at IIBA and Columbia University, sharing his experience in process consulting. He was also proudly featured in the Top 100 Magazine and recognized for his exceptional contributions to process mapping language.
Sam’s expertise spans process improvement, cost reduction, operational redesign, and more, working with global firms and Silicon Valley clients. He holds an MBA from the University of Richmond, a B.A. from the University of Virginia, and certifications in Lean, Six Sigma, Change Management, and Project Management.
Check out his company at https://www.truvle.com/