Implementing process is something that a lot of people cringe at. The thought of there being a right way of doing something, a wrong way of doing something and criticism at not following the process is enough to cause much eye-rolling.
However, good processes are not designed to stifle or restrict people but to free them from having to think about repetitive or mundane tasks. Removing the cognitive load of the day to day allows people to free up their minds to consider other more valuable and innovative things.
Embrace process, make it efficient and useful, hone it and refine it until it’s as good as it needs to be and then use the mental space it gives you to work on the hard and important stuff.