Planning with EOS — Part One.

Today, our team is spending the day in a quarterly planning session with our EOS implementer, Helmut Berthold.

We began utilizing EOS, the Entrepreneurial Operating System, two years ago. The EOS Model™ focuses on the Six Key Components™ of a business — vision, people, data, issues, process, and traction®.

As you think about how you plan the work of your organization or company, do you have a clear picture of where you are going and how you will get there?

What is your 10-year target™, 3-year picture™, 1-year plan, and 90-day world™?

Like all things in life, breaking big goals into smaller achievable steps is paramount. But a quarterly goal can easily be kicked down the proverbial curb if we don’t stay focused on overcoming the barriers that get in our way.

Because so much of our time at Mollard Consulting is spent in the business of meeting client needs, there are many aspects about EOS that have been helpful in gaining clarity on the business. One EOS tool that has been particularly useful is the Level 10 Meeting™.

If I asked how your typical Monday morning staff meetings were going, you might say they are unfocused and unproductive, with limited decision making. The L10 meeting structure focuses on priorities, holds everyone accountable, and solves issues. The EOS team has a video about the L10 meeting that further explains the benefits of the agenda.

Small changes, like how the Monday morning staff meeting is run, can lead to big changes. Tell us, what’s working for you? What needs to change?

Article by: Kerri Laubenthal Mollard, Founder & CEO

2019-04-25T17:56:28+00:00