Do It For A Living - Shop Life Ep 3
In Episode 3 we go into the details of making the shadow box foam inside the tool box. We talk about the thought process on minimizing the movements of looking for tools and how to most efficiently assemble an engine. The process of cutting out the foam is discussed as well, and the final product came out well! Check it out and be sure to subscribe to the channel!
Do It For A Living - Shop Life EP2
The second episode in our Shop Life video series is out! In this episode we continue the shop tour by taking at look at the primary tool box Kevin uses when wrenching on the evo at the shop. We talk about the logic in why the box is laid out, and the 5S methodology behind it. The second part of the episode we cover the January shop efficiency numbers, and the P&L report for the shop to see how its doing and what we need to spend more time working on next month!
Do It For A Living - Shop Life EP1
We have started a new video series dedicated to those who truly Do It For A Living! We are calling it Shop Life, and every week we will post up a video about things related to owning, operating and dealing with running a shop! Check out Episode 1 below where we give a tour of our shop, Evolution Dynamics, and don't forget to subscribe to our youtube channel!
Setting a Goal for your Business
With the new year just around the corner, it is a perfect time to begin thinking about a goal you would like to achieve! Setting a goal is a great thought-provoking process that can help you improve your business. But, what should the goal be? You have many options to consider and thig blog post will help you decide what is best for you. Don’t set a revenue goal People often fall into the trap of setting their goal as a specific revenue number. While reaching a revenue milestone can be cause for celebration, it should not be a business...
Conducting Employee Reviews
It is extremely important to track and monitor the performance of each employee at your shop because it directly effects your profitability. You can use the formal Roles and Responsibilities list as a guideline for which metrics to review and we will concentrate on the Technician for this post. This employee review gives you an opportunity to talk with the employee and quantify how they are doing. If done on a regular basis (say every quarter or end of each month), it will allow you to see trends in improvement or lack of change. You can also compare their performance...