Put your pen down.
You know what you’re doing is terrible for your operation.
But you’ve been doing it so long it’s hard to stop.
You’re using pen & paper.
Not just to write notes and doodle either.
You’re using pen and paper to record everything vital to your operation – especially incident reports.
The recording device that you’re using to capture important incident details is pen and paper.
How could you!?
Please, put your pen down, step away from the incident report on your desk, and read this article in its entirety.
Because we know you’ll tell us you’ll stop writing.
But we don’t believe you.
Because while many operations have moved on, you’re still holding on… to that pen.
It’s why we need you to know why it’s terrible for your business.
That pen is crippling your personnel, affecting liability protection, and destroying your operational performance.
This practice of handwriting information is miles from Proactive Operations.
But, here’s the good news.
You can change it.
Yes, it takes effort to move away from using pen & paper.
Trust us, though.
Once you make the switch – your performance will skyrocket, and your stress level will drop.