I just returned from my quarterly meeting with all of my fellow EOS Implementers. My single biggest takeaway? How much effort has gone into the tools helping Integrators develop as leaders and build an incredibly strong Visionary/Integrator relationship. In EOS, the Visionary and Integrator are part of a so-called “dynamic duo,” each playing an important role in the success of
I’m a huge supporter of well-established company cultures. When an organization starts working with me to implement EOS, understanding the core of who their company is lays an incredible foundation for success. But beyond those initial discussions, maintaining a consistent company culture can sometimes be a struggle. I had the opportunity to sit down with
I’ll be honest: L10s are my favorite tool when organizations are beginning their EOS journey. They really open up the floor to honest discussion and collaboration between members of the leadership team, but L10 meetings are helpful for every other level of your organization, too. While cascading L10 meetings throughout your organization isn’t always easy,
For most business leaders diving into EOS, writing quarterly rocks for the first time is difficult. I’ve previously talked about how to write great rocks, but today I want to talk about something slightly different but still related. In EOS, we always strive for team-wide 80+% rock completion. Simply, that means that if a team has
While working with a leader, they mentioned how much they were struggling to juggle all the seats they sat in for their organization. Owner. Visionary. Sales. Product Development. As we talked, it hit me that in the times of my life where I was overwhelmed with work and life outside of work, I often struggled
By including your team in the planning process, you can create a culture that oozes trust, excitement and ownership, and ultimately makes your job as a leader easier.