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Building Systems That Grow with Your Agency, with David Jenyns — Ep. 137




Last updated Mar 20, 2024


Building Systems That Grow with Your Agency, with David Jenyns — Ep. 137

Last updated Mar 20, 2024 | 0 comments



About this Episode

In this latest episode of the Agency Profit Podcast, Marcel Petitpas chats with David Jenyns, the brains behind the bestselling book SYSTEMology. They dive deep into the world of streamlining your business with killer systems. David shares insights from his journey, starting from the trenches of agency life to becoming a systemization guru. He breaks down the red flags that signal the need for better systems in your business. Plus, he offers valuable advice on how to overcome bottlenecks and cultivate a culture of transparency and accountability.

David emphasizes the importance of identifying key processes and getting your team involved in documenting them. He also reveals the secret to maintaining strong systems as your business scales – appointing a systems champion to lead the charge.

And guess what? He doesn’t leave you hanging without some practical leadership hacks to get your team thinking system-first. Wrapping it up, David shares where to find his book and other resources to turbocharge your business systems. Trust us, you don’t want to miss this!

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Points of Interest

  • 00:01-00:46 – Marcel kicks off the podcast by introducing David Jenyns, the genius behind a global agency that specializes in building business systems.
  • 00:47-02:12 – David opens up about his journey in the business world and what inspired him to pen down the book SYSTEMology.
  • 02:13-03:07 – Marcel and David get real about the struggles small businesses face when trying to grow, and how SYSTEMology swoops in to save the day.
  • 03:08-06:33 – David shares his own rollercoaster ride of running a digital agency, tackling hurdles like delegation and scalability head-on.
  • 06:34-08:27 – They dive into the telltale signs that scream, “Hey, it’s time for SYSTEMology!”
  • 08:28-09:57 – David lays out the initial steps for busting through bottlenecks systematically.
  • 09:58-11:37 – They discuss the importance of nailing down the top 10-15 systems in a business as the first step towards embracing SYSTEMology.
  • 11:38-14:26 – Tackling the challenges of getting your team onboard with new processes and systems becomes the focus of the conversation.
  • 14:27-16:14 – David unveils the concept of a systems champion and how it can transform your business’s culture.
  • 16:15-18:45 – Practical leadership tips for cultivating systems thinking and ensuring system maintenance take center stage.
  • 18:46-19:01 – David wraps up by pointing listeners towards more SYSTEMology gold, including his book and other resources.

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