If you’ve been reading the Process! blog series authored by Lisa González and me, you’ve seen we’ve worked hard to help you adjust your mindset and commit fully to the journey ahead. We’ve also walked you through the use of two EOS Tools designed to strengthen your business’s Process Component™. Now it’s time to “get cracka-lackin’,” as my lovely wife Kate would say.So, to conclude this blog series, here’s a high-level, step-by-step summary of the, um, Process! process – from start to finish
Rocks are just priorities — the 3 to 7 most important things you must accomplish in the next ninety days. Company rocks are priorities for the company, departmental rocks are priorities for your department, and individual rocks are priorities for you or another individual. As simple as that sounds, it’s easy to overcomplicate rocks.
There is no magic formula for what constitutes a rock — it’s simply a priority that will take longer than 7 days (those action items are To-Dos) and up to ninety days to complete.
Here are a few questions I get asked often in sessions, with corresponding answers.
in·de·pend·ence (noun): not dependent; strong and able to survive on one’s own. When embarking on a journey to implement EOS, the goal is to regain control of your business. That happens when you become strong in the Six Key Components™. At that point, you’ve got a clear vision, great people, and are executing with confidence.