The EOS Toolbox
Helping you to manage efficiently and effectively.
Just a few of the key tools that could be helping you work towards a better business..
The EOS Model illustrates The Six Key Components of any organization.
When these six are focused on and strengthened, all symptomatic issues go away.
An organization’s vision can often be unclear, and strategic planning can be complex. Use the Vision/Traction Organizer™ (V/TO) to simplify your strategic planning, and to create a concise vision.
Take a big step back and identify and define the structure that will take your organization to the next level. Clarify and communicate the role and responsibility of each and every person in your business.
Objectively and clearly identify if an individual fits your culture or not, and if they’re filling the right seat using the People Analyzer. Remember, the right people in the right seats will make you gain traction.
GWC: “Gets it”, “Wants it”, “Capacity to do it”. Identify where to place your people., so every seat matches their abilities, and that they clearly understand their role in achieving the company vision.
The 5-5-5 cuts to the most important expectations for management: they possess your five core values, they have the skills to perform in their five roles, and they are achieving five rocks every quarter.
The Meeting Pulse recommends that leadership teams must meet for a full day each quarter, and 90 minutes every week.
This helps your team stay focused, solve problems and remain on the same page.
The Level 10 meeting agenda forces you to address what’s really important in your meetings, by solving issues as they arise and making better use of your organization’s time. You’ll finally get value out of your regular weekly meetings!
When everything is important, nothing is important. Organisations won’t execute well when they don’t prioritise well. The process of setting Rocks will enable you to align around the 3-7 most important priorities that must get done every 90 days.
Most teams spend the majority of their time discussing the heck out of issues, rarely solving anything. Problems linger for days, weeks, months – even years. The Issues Solving Track is a discipline that will enable any team to solve problems quickly in order of priority.
Entrepreneurial leaders often have an uneasy feeling about how their organisations are really doing. The Scorecard lets those leaders have an accurate pulse of their businesses and gives them the ability to predict future results without unnecessary complexity.
Everyone doing things their own way leads to chaos. To create a well-oiled machine that functions with consistency, efficiency, and greater profitability, you must systemise your business. The Three-Step Process Documenter provides a simple approach to doing that.