I recently completed my 400th session as a professional EOS Implementer. After 3,600 hours spent doing deep work with entrepreneurial teams, I left my last session with a revelation. Only now do I really understand why EOS adopted a lightbulb surrounded by the Six Key Components as our logo. There’s no better metaphor than a lightbulb to describe
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.
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