Topic: EOS: A Field Report
Guest: Sharon Roebuck-McBride, VP of Culture and Customer Experience, Triangle Home Services
In this episode we discuss:
Sharon's journey to Triangle Home Services and the company's journey implementing the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS)
Why Triangle failed the first time they tried implementing EOS
What is EOS?
The six key components: vision, data, processes, traction, issues, people
The first step to take if you're interested in EOS
Self implementing vs. hiring an implementer
The value EOS can bring to a business
How EOS provides transparency and clarity for employees and a path for issues to get solved
The purpose and structure of Level 10 meetings
Big wins so far at Triangle thanks to EOS
The importance of "state of the company" addresses where the V/TO is shared
Challenges Triangle has run into with EOS
PMP Industry Insiders Podcast Episode 20 with Sharon Roebuck: How to Lead Your Business to the Next Level (audio only)
PMP Industry Insiders Podcast Episode 39 with EOS Visionary Mark O'Donnell: Why All Companies Need an Operating System
Book: "Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business" by EOS founder Gino Wickman
EOS Worldwide - tools, events, implementers
Notable: "(EOS) brings so much to the table in the form of organization, following a blueprint, and having a structure within the company ... EOS brings a lot of clarity and focus." —Sharon Roebuck-McBride
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