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BY Mark O'Donnell

The Culture Quadrant Explained

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.

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Avoiding a Pyrrhic Victory in Your Business

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.

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Nurture and Sustain Team Health

Team health doesn’t just happen automatically. Building real, lasting team health takes intentionality. And that starts at the top with you and your leadership team. In my experience, you can nurture and sustain team health in six ways.

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How EOS® Works with a Board

The Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS) was not created for companies with investors and boards of directors. But that doesn’t mean EOS won’t work for companies with a board. The system just requires some modification to make the process work.

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The EOS Implementer®: A Breakdown of the Role

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.

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