During every quarter in their EOS Journey, companies are asked to grade their prior quarter (or year) and make predictions (Rocks and Goals) about what they can accomplish in the future. In a recent client session, the leaders of a successful, growing business were struggling with big variations in their monthly and quarterly revenue forecasts.
During my clients’ journeys Running on EOS™, I see many become incredibly skilled at handling their day-to-day issues. Unfortunately, some issues lurk, hidden from even the best of us. Like sharks in the water, they swim undetected and out of sight – until they bite. I recommend my clients beware of sharks and use their two-day annual planning session to conquer them.
One of the most exciting days in the EOS Journey is when the Vision/Traction Organizer (V/TO) is complete, and the leadership team is 100% aligned on a common Vision for what they want from the business. Next comes getting the vision Shared by All. For companies running on EOS, the work of sharing the vision to get
During the journey of implementing EOS in their business, it’s common for my clients to become skilled handling day-to-day issues. Unfortunately, some issues are out of sight like sharks. They’re swimming in the water, and we don’t notice until they bite. The 2-day Annual Planning session, particularly the SWOT analysis, is critical to preparing for
Many business leaders make it to the top by looking out for Number One (aka themselves). When the company they work for begins running on the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®), they have unlearning to do. EOS requires the leadership team to act as an actual team. Instead of looking out for Number One, they evolve into “Team One.”