Circular Workflow

Circular workflow is something that happens at most businesses around the world. Having a mentality of "Touch the package once" is a great way to look at the circular workflow.

An example of a circular workflow would be a sales representative taking a call from a customer and only passing along minimal information to a service department to get their client taken care of. It causes re-work, additional hunting for information (Excess processing) and frankly, a lot of work that nobody is necessarily getting paid for.

During our tenure, we've experienced this handoff failure between the bidding department and project management; Sales and Service; Dispatch and drivers; Outbound materials and the job site.

In some cases, this is wasted time for a salaried worker; in others there are literal overhead costs such as fuel and labor hours. Either way, facilitating a plan to reduce this waste is one of our specialties and we would love to assist you.

Cory Myres - Lubbock Consulting

Cory Myres is a serial entrepreneur and wine connoisseur. A Lubbock Texas Native, he enlisted in the US Army shortly after graduating from Coronado High School. After a tour in Afghanistan, with the famed 101st Airborne Division he returned to Lubbock Texas to attend Texas Tech University. As a Red Raider he studied Architecture, Civil Engineering, Statistics, Economics and Graduated from the Rawls College of Business Administration with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Management with a focus on Entrepreneurship. From then he went on to become certified in Six Sigma as a Black Belt, and Project Management Professional in order to found his business consulting firm, Lubbock Consulting.