Introduction: Learn what Sub Functions are and how to use them.

A Sub Function is a category of work within one of the Four Key Functions. Sub Functions are used to organize the process lists into categories. Below are some examples of typical Sub functions within each of the Four Key Functions:

“Guiding” The Business – Sub Function examples:

  • Employee Management
  • Strategy
  • Board of Director

“Getting” The Business – Sub Function examples:

  • Advertising or Lead Generation
  • Sales or Lead Conversation
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Sales Management

“Doing” The Business – Sub Function examples: (Sub Functions are are different depending on your industry)

  • Production
  • Operations
  • Service
  • Product or Service Development
  • Equipment Operations & Maintenance
  • Inventory
  • Operations Management
  • Customer Service

“Running” The Business – Sub Function examples:

  • Administration
  • Finance
  • Financial Management
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Legal
  • Compliance