You’ve been flying through the year by the seat of your pants, and notice the third quarter of the year is just beginning. Have you been meeting your goals, or are you clueless as to where your company really stands? It’s time to focus on where you are and determine whether or not you’ve met or are on track to meet your goals. This Model from the EOS operating system can greatly assist:
You must have a vision to have actionable goals. Do you?
Are the right people in place that are moving your goals forward?
Are you utilizing the data you have in making concrete decisions?
Do you have a strategic process for dealing with issues and rectifying them?
Do you understand how to run your business? Does your process work?
Do you see progression in your vision?
Without these components, you’ll be reinventing the wheel all year long. It’s important to know what you’re doing, why you’re doing it and understand how it relates to your overall vision. If you don’t know these things, you won’t recognize when you’re succeeding and when you are facing an epic fail.
Here’s a blueprint to assist in defining your 2015 goals:
- Create a unified and shared vision for your organization
- Define the core values and focus of the organization
- Align your leadership around a shared 10-year target and marketing strategy
- Make the 10-year target obtainable. Create a 3-year goal, 1-year plan, and quarterly to do’s
Having a plan in place will help you stay focused and keep your organization on track. Utilizing the EOS operating system is a great way to ensure this happens.
Why should you use the EOS operating system?
Every business model needs a structure to move the company forward. The Six Key Components of a business are crucial to the management and strength of your organization. Once your management and leadership team has the right mindset, implementing these tools will get easier. The EOS process pulls all those components together in the right order to make sure everything falls into place.
A certified EOS implementer can help you get the results you want. They follow the EOS process by implementing the following tactics:
- 90 minute meeting
- The Focus Day
- Vision Building Day 1
- Vision Building Day 2
- Quarterly sessions to evaluate progress
- Annual sessions to work on team cohesion, vision and planning
You can do it! Get moving and get your company on the right track! For more information, call the team at Traction Inc. today!