The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) is a powerful way to help organizations reach their full potential. We know this because we have used it to drive lasting change in the companies we have invested in over the years. Focused, practical, and intuitive, EOS has proven popular with our leadership teams, even those who were initially skeptical. We believe it is an invaluable tool for investors and boards to propel growth and build shareholder value in entrepreneurial companies.
EOS Worldwide recently released “We Run on Eos” Badges, how do we get one?
Proud companies that want the world to know they are a very well-run business with competent, engaged employees ready to serve, can now display a “We Run on EOS®” Badge on their website or with a window cling for their front door.
I’m sure you have all heard when the best time to plant a tree is….20 Years ago! The next best time? TODAY!
It takes approximately two years to fully Implement EOS® or the Entrepreneurial Operating System®, so the best time to start was two years ago, second best time… TODAY.
Now that we’ve been through the first phase of Business disruption, do you and your Leadership Team need to sit down and revise your strategic plan for not only the rest of 2020, but perhaps a bit further down the road?
Business Execution just got considerably more difficult, now you have to proactively improve (and quickly) if you want to stay profitable and relevant.
As Corona Virus COVID-19 has already had a MASSIVE impact on the world’s economy, small businesses and large corporations alike are now trying to figure out how they will be able to adapt to the “new world” business landscape post pandemic and its new demands on business leaders moving forward.
During a booming economy when volume is high, we tend to get a little complacent with our execution, after all there are lots of clients, we don’t need them all, nor can we fulfill all of their needs anyways…
Unless you are in a small handful of industries that will thrive during or after this pandemic, chances are that you might feel uneasy and unsettled about the current state of your company and possibly your chosen industry that you operate in.
The establishment of business goals is often viewed by management and staff as a system akin to New Year’s resolutions, an activity that people engage with great enthusiasm but is forgotten within a few weeks. What successful businesses understand is that the process of defining company wide goals allows people to look beyond day-to-day operations and strive for something more.
Your business goals don’t belong on a shelf in a dust-covered binder. It is a critical part of your strategic plan and should be as dynamic and responsive as your business.
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