It can always be better. I'm not talking about wholesale change daily. That only upsets the team and makes the process a pain, something to be avoided vs a pleasure, an enjoyable methodology to accomplish great things.
If you don't have a defined, continuously improving process you are likely in a constant state of putting out fires, complaining you have too much to do or listening to the rest of your team moan about these things. No process usually equals an unhappy environment. Lots of questions and few answers.
Once you have it in working mode, teach someone else to do it. Have them teach others and so on. Invite comment and ideas to make it even better.
Having a system to deliver results is really what many buyers are looking for. It doesn't matter if you are a 1st base coach, financial advisor, sales trainer or you teach people to make widgets.
Work the process to get the work and then process the work to get it done.