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BMI Summary Description
BMI effectively serves as the general management mechanism for its membership (i.e. the businesses it serves). BMI’s mission is to enhance its clients’ Wellth (our term for holistic and integrated wellness) through the careful alignment of all stakeholders’ objectives. Holistic and integrated wellness includes physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and financial health. Stakeholders include business owners/shareholders, management, frontline personnel, third-party vendors, customers, and the community.
BMI is the only broad-gauge business solutions provider that utilizes a holistic approach and focuses on the overall well-being of the owners, integrating strategies for simultaneous personal and professional success.
BMI’s methodology is centered on fundamental human needs and foundational market principles, utilizing business basics that can be ubiquitously applied regardless of industry, market, team size, or requisite company-specific specialized knowledge.
Businesses typically internally possess the expertise they need to compete within their markets. Yet, there are systemic problems common to many businesses that result in symptoms such as underperformance, lack of cooperation among key team members, frustration, and inefficiency. Furthermore, some of the most seemingly successful businesses fail to meet one or more of the primary objectives of its owners and contribute collateral dysfunction in the personal lives of their stakeholders.
BMI quickly identifies such symptoms and dysfunctions, diagnoses the source, and applies strategic remedies allowing businesses and their owners to thrive.
BMI Core Values
- Seek first to understand, then be understood
- Commensurate Value Exchange (i.e. win/win, fairness)
- Respect for how environment, behavior, and attitudes affect others
- Understand that individual paradigms determine attitudes and behaviors
- Alignment of what we believe, what we think, what we say, and what we do
- Organizational (i.e. Owners, management, and frontline personnel) Objective Alignment
- Eschew exaggeration or deception
- Acknowledgement of what the data indicates over mere perception and opinions
- Understand the limitations of and difference between perception, interpretation, recall, and communication (i.e. a disagreement does not equate to intentional deception)
- Between BMI and its clients
- Teamwork within a business
- Community support
- Distribution of idea generation and implementation, productivity, and accountability
- Accurate measurement
- Focus on comparison to our history, not our competitors
- Refine in perpetuity
- Acknowledgement that it will never be perfect, yet the pursuit is critical
- It is more practical to implement 100 small, impactful ideas than 1 major overhaul
- Seek ideas everywhere and endeavor to implement 100%
- Go and see - witness production firsthand and communicate with those most intimately familiar with processes and their limitations
- Elimination of waste
- Challenge everything
- Understand that the status quo may be inefficient or antiquated