I visited a client who had recently begun the EOS implementation process. The Integrator, and 50 percent shareholder in a $30 million manufacturing business, had invited me to sit in on their weekly Level 10 Meeting. I willingly accepted, excited to see the progress he had made facilitating the process we had introduced in prior sessions. I was intrigued because this guy is an “Integrator’s Integrator” who had a history of being very strong in his opinions and, with all love and respect, a bit uncomfortable with change. I was very curious to see how the structure and accountability of EOS played out in his hands as a facilitator.LEARN MORE
During a recent EOS implementation I was working with a Leadership Team that couldn’t seem to get past themselves. They have a solid business model, a strong offering and capable team. Yet they continued to struggle with roles, accountability and team health. The company was in disarray and declining. I wondered why. In EOS we teach that two key roles must be filled in the highest performing organizations, the Visionary and the Integrator.LEARN MORE
Do you miss your whiteboard? I tend to draw to get my point across; I always have. In this new normal of zoom, skype, hangout, zoho, etc., I had lost my ability to illustrate AND see the participants at the same time. No more... here is my solution:LEARN MORE
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