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EOS®

April 12 — Your EOS® L10™ Meeting: Linchpin for EOS Effectiveness

Complimentary Webinar Thursday, April 12th at 7:30 am CDT. Your L10 Meeting is the key to success for the entire EOS program. Join us for a complimentary webinar on this topic, Thursday April 12th at 7:30 am CDT.  We will present for about 30 minutes, have a Q&A segment, and adjourn promptly by 8:15 am. Mark Capaldini, an EOS Implementer, has facilitated 300 L10 meetings for his…

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Jan 18: EOS — Universal or Specialized Solution?

Join us for a complimentary Virtual Business Breakfast on Thursday, January 18th from 7:30 to 8:15 am. No driving necessary.  Participate from the comfort of your office or home. You just need an Internet connection.  Sorry we can’t provide you with “virtual coffee.” EOS(R), the Entrepreneurial Operating System, also known as “Traction,” is often considered an answer to all challenges faced by businesses in the…

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How Do Values Help Prepare for the Future? EOS is Part of the Answer.

Nancy Lyons, CEO, Clockwork delivered thoughtful comments on this question at a recent event hosted by Minnesota Business Magazine. I will quote Nancy below and add a few comments of my own.  Everything in quotations below is from my notes on Nancy’s presentation. “Preparing for the future is all about people.  Why?  Our lives and work are intertwined.  Both should be centered around values.  How…

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EOS IDS: 4 Ways Leadership Teams Can Improve Effectiveness

EOS®, also known as the “Entrepreneurial Operating System” or “Traction” is an effective management operating system for businesses. EOS incorporates proven processes and tools that help leadership teams achieve results. The weekly leadership team meeting (the “Level 10” meeting in EOS terminology) is at the heart of the model. Within the L10 agenda is a segment called “IDS.” That is the acronym for the 3-step process used…

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Management by Goal Setting

According to the Schumpeter column in @Economist, management by goal-setting is making a comeback. “Management by Objectives” was a theory introduced by Peter Drucker in 1954, the article notes. “SMART” objectives (specific, measureable, actionable, realistic, and time-sensitive) were part of Drucker’s theory. That concept remains active today in practices such as the Entpreneurial Operating System (“EOS” or “Traction”). The article notes, “A study of big…

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