Why Do Vacations Throw Off Your EOS Process?

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  One of the easiest ways to throw off the EOS® Process™ for your entire company is by going on vacation. And summer is infamous for derailing businesses. Here’s what can happen. Joe goes on a two-week vacation. Monday morning, the rest of his team runs their Level 10 Meeting. Suddenly they realize that no one knows if Joe’s Rocks …

When Work Friendships Hurt Your Company

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We’re just over the halfway point of the year. Are your revenue and profit numbers on track? If not, your Sales team is certainly under a lot of pressure to fix the issue and make up for the deficit, quick. That kind of stress can quickly put a department back into a reactive, symptom-solving mode that they lived by before …

What If You Get Stuck While Running on EOS?

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Most people think once you implement the Entrepreneurial Operating System®, your biggest problems are behind you for good. Ironically, that’s exactly when your greatest challenges can strike. I have a client in Saginaw, Michigan—a 20+ year-old company that had just seen its best sales and profits in the company’s history. The leadership team was as cohesive as it had ever …

Here’s What Happened at the 2018 EOS Client Conference

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I recently attended the 2nd Annual EOS Client Conference in Minneapolis. More than 600 people gathered from all over North America – representatives from companies as well as EOS Implementers. While many people were meeting each other for the first time, you wouldn’t know it. The entire weekend was more like a reunion of old friends, and the bond among …

What Happens If You Roll Out EOS Too Early?

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Your leadership team is excited about the Entrepreneurial Operating System® and starting to see real improvements. You’re getting more done, communicating better, and starting to gain traction like never before. Time to start rolling out EOS throughout your company! Not so fast.