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The Evolution of “Team One”

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.”

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Zero Out of Zero: Learning to Love Measureables

Years ago, in my initial training sessions as a Professional EOS Implementer, Mike Paton (co-author of Get a Grip) was teaching us what it looked like when an organization is 100% strong in the Data Component. “Once a Scorecard is in place for every team, we implement a tool we call Measureables so that everyone has

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When the Blues Comes Knocking

I was a migrant Southerner living away from home in Boston, leading a start-up tech firm. We had tons of press, a game-changing business model, and a few brand-name clients. We were on the verge of breaking out, but we were coasting on fumes with less than 4 weeks of cash. My family hadn’t seen

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When the Entrepreneurial Blues Come Knocking

Entrepreneurs learn early on to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. They can’t depend on predictable paychecks or their efforts panning out every time. From the outside, they usually appear outgoing and confident. But what happens when they lie in bed at night? Usually, that’s when the entrepreneurial blues come knocking. 

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How to Use EOS Tools to Define Quality

Early in the EOS Journey, we emphasize that becoming your best as a leadership team requires speaking the same language. And, one term comes quite a bit: quality. Here’s how you can use the EOS Tools to define quality for their business.

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Quality is in the Tools

Early in the EOS Journey, we emphasize that becoming your best as a leadership team requires us to speak the same language. This means agreeing on our common glossary of terms and what those terms mean. After hundreds of sessions with entrepreneurial leaders, a term I hear a lot is “quality”. Every organization strives to deliver

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