Every business has a culture, and it sometimes doesn’t look like what its leaders think it does. Company cultures tend to fall into four main categories: command and control, chaotic, happy accident, and, finally, intentional. In our new book, People, we break these down into what we call The Culture Quadrant.
Most entrepreneurial business leaders have a strong drive to succeed. That drive carries them through rough periods, generates ideas for innovative solutions, and pushes them toward higher goals. But sometimes, the cost of a win is too steep and no longer worth it. It’s a Pyrrhic victory. Avoiding a Pyrrhic victory in your business can help it experience true success.
EOS Implementers are the heart and soul of the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®). They’re obsessed with entrepreneurs and make it their life’s work to help them create better lives for themselves. The role centers around three key functions: teacher, facilitator, and coach.