To The Point – Blog

  • Visionaries and Integrators – Part 1: Why Both Are Essential

    November 1, 2017

    In an entrepreneurial company, the roles of Visionary and Integrator are an essential part of the organization, no matter how big or how small. The Visionary and the Integrator couldn’t be more different in terms of how they think and problem-solve. However, when their individual Unique Ability® is correctly matched together and they are working […]

  • How GWC™ Helps You Get the Right Person in the Right Seat

    October 30, 2017

    Creating the Accountability Chart with the help of an EOS® Implementer helps leadership teams identify who is accountable for what, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that the right people are in the right seats. Before you move people into new roles or start hiring new members of the team, you need to start by evaluating […]

  • Is That Really a Rock?

    October 26, 2017

    Rocks are just priorities — the 3 to 7 most important things you must accomplish in the next ninety days. Company rocks are priorities for the company, departmental rocks are priorities for your department, and individual rocks are priorities for you or another individual. As simple as that sounds, it’s easy to overcomplicate rocks.   […]

  • Accountability Chart vs. Organizational Chart

    October 23, 2017

    If you’re like most small to medium sized entrepreneurial companies, you’ve probably tried to visually display how your company is structured or organized. So what’s the best way to do that – with an accountability chart or an organizational chart? What’s the difference? Organizational charts are focused on who reports to who, but then they […]

  • What If Your Issues List Isn’t Working?

    October 16, 2017

    Some time ago, a client of mine had a ridiculously long Issues List that was getting out of control. They never seemed to be making progress on resolving their issues – in fact, their issues seemed to be exploding! EOS® promises to help you solve your company’s issues for good. Over time, you should be […]

  • Boost Accountability, Drive Performance!

    October 12, 2017

    Poor accountability could be the single greatest threat to your company’s future – creating a culture of excuses, confusion, and inefficiencies – ultimately resulting in a poor performance. According to Gallup, only 30% of employees are “engaged,” 50% are disengaged (just going through the motions) – and an incredible 20% are actively disengaged, or working […]

  • What the Heck is a Business Operating System?

    October 9, 2017

    Imagine you arrive at the office one Monday morning. You flip on your laptop, go get a cup of coffee, and come back to your desk – only to discover the blue screen of death. Your laptop is completely unresponsive and you can’t do a thing because your operating system (OS) has crashed.Imagine you arrive […]

  • Consensus Can Kill Your Company

    September 29, 2017

    Most people would say that consensus is a wonderful thing. When everyone agrees, there will be no battles and the project will go on without a hitch, right? Unfortunately, no. In his book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni says, “Consensus is horrible. I mean, if everyone really agrees on something and consensus […]

  • Structure Your Business to Run Itself

    September 28, 2017

    I’ve noticed a pattern recently. In meeting with several leadership teams for the first time, I always ask the questions, “What do you want from your business? What’s your big goal?” And lately I’ve heard the same answer from business owners at three different businesses: “I want a business that can run itself. I want […]

  • Less But Better

    September 18, 2017

    Are you spread too thin? Do you feel like you’re spinning your wheels? You may be a victim of the Paradox of Success. It was Socrates who said, “Beware the barrenness of a busy life.” I remember as a child observing my parents, and as I reflect back on those days, a piece of me […]