Monday, November 9, 2020

Book Review: SYSTEMology by David Jenyns


SYSTEMology by David Jenyns is a must have resource for business owners. Whether you're an entrepreneur or work in some leadership role, you'll find great takeaways in SYSTEMology.  

Jenyns begins by identifying the four stages of business systemization. He then brings you through his seven-step process that is "designed to identify and create the critical systems within your business." 

Each step is its own chapter and begins with a chapter summary highlighting what the chapter includes. The author discusses common myths about systemization, includes charts and diagrams to help you as you go through the process,  and provides case studies showing examples of success using these principles. There are also links to additional online resources.

As a small business owner, I know developing systems is important. It's something I've struggled with since I started. As Jenyns says towards the end of SYSTEMology, most people that wish to learn SYSTEMology don't need to be convinced of the benefits of systemizing their business, they need a plan to make it happen. That's where I am, and what drew me to request to review this book. I can't say I've read a ton of books like this in the past, but SYSTEMology has inspired me to make this a focus for my business in 2021. I look forward to putting Jenyns plan to work to see how it moves my business forward. 

File size : 5534 KB
Print length : 219 pages
Publisher : SYSTEMology (August 18, 2020)

I received a digital copy from the author. This review contains my honest opinions, which I have not been compensated for in any way.

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