The Most Common Bottlenecks Holding Your Business Back (Infographic)

Are complicated processes and poor communication keeping you from getting work done? You're not alone.

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By Kathleen Davis

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There are a lot of elements to starting and running a business. But while you are putting business practices in place, it's useful to take a step back and make sure that the processes you've created aren't in fact clogging up productivity.

According to a survey of 190 professionals by Bonitasoft, a business process management software company, confusing processes and too many processes are two of the most common business bottlenecks to getting work done. Perhaps unsurprisingly, poor communication is most of common cause.

For more on the most common business bottlenecks and their causes and consequences take a look at the infographic below.

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The Most Common Bottlenecks Holding Your Business Back (Infographic)

Kathleen Davis

Kathleen Davis is the former associate editor at Entrepreneur.com.

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