EOS stands for Entrepreneurial Operating System and it’s built to help businesses produce real, permanent change. The framework helps define what’s important, who owns it, and what success looks like. With every member of your team accountable for a handful of goals and numbers, you’ll get consistently better results.
When you’re ready to implement EOS, the Grand Rapids Chamber provides a few resources to help get you started.
EOS Users Groups
EOS Users Groups provide structured discussion groups of 10-13 people who are Visionaries or Integrators of companies using EOS. The same group of participants gather each month to connect, ask questions, share insights and gain Traction through discussion and sharing of EOS tools and best practices.
The 12-month program period will kick off in April, so sign up today!
Whether you are interested in implementing, have tried to implement without success, or are in the process of self-implementing, you will be given tools to guide your company to a successful launch of EOS.
EOS Quarterly Meet-Ups
Running a business requires organization, accountability, transparency, vision and traction. Successful companies thrive off of structure and clearly defined goals. When every person on the team is on the same page, knows the vision of the organization and is held accountable by a deliverable, success comes naturally.
When you first hear the term EOS, you immediately think computer operating system. In this scenario, EOS stands for Entrepreneurial Operating System — a tool and program developed to provide businesses with the structure to outline their:
- Vision: Getting everyone in your organization 100% on the same page with where you’re going and how you plan to get there.
- Traction: Instilling focus, discipline and accountability throughout the company so that everyone executes on that vision every day.
- Healthy: Helping your leaders become a more cohesive, functional, healthy leadership team.
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