Get What You Want From Your Business
We help leadership teams get what they want from their businesses by working with them to implement the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS®).
Implementing EOS will help you and your leadership team get better in three major areas:
Getting you 100% on the same page with where you’re going and how you plan to get there.
Instilling discipline, focus and accountability throughout your organization, so that everyone is executing on your leadership team’s vision every day.
Helping you become a more cohesive, functional, and healthy leadership team. As goes the leadership team, so will go the rest of the organization.
The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) is a complete system of simple tools that helps people get what they want from their business. Originally created by Gino Wickman, author of the best-selling book Traction: Get a Grip on your Business, EOS is now used by over 45,000 companies worldwide. Typical companies that use EOS are 10-250 employees, privately held, feeling stuck, wanting help, and wanting to help their organizations reach their full potential.
EOS is simple, real world, and practical. There are no magic pills, no flavor of the month, just field-tested tools that really work.
The EOS Model™
As leaders, owners, managers and entrepreneurs, we tend to wrestle with 136 issues simultaneously. In other words, there’s a lot of stuff going on in business.
To the extent that you can strengthen “The Six Key Components” of your business, everything has this miraculous way of falling into place. The EOS journey is designed to strengthen The Six Key Components of your business. In becoming strong, be careful what you ask for because you are on the road to making it reality.
The EOS Process™
The EOS Process™ provides a proven way to put all the pieces together, incorporating each of the EOS Tools in the right order to best strengthen each key component of your business.
The EOS Toolbox™
EOS provides a collection of tools used to help you strengthen The Six Key Components of your business. There are two primary tools used to strengthen each component and additional tools to help your organization execute better and become more accountable, disciplined, cohesive, functional, and ultimately more healthy.