The Integrators' Blog
As a professional EOS implementer, one of my favorite tools to teach is the scorecard. I’ve always been a numbers guy, so I loved the idea of a scorecard when I owned and ran my own MSP. Unfortunately, I loved the idea a little too much, and I fell into one of the common scorecard traps...
68! After five quiet minutes, the new team had amassed a list of 68 issues. They were happy to get them out of their head and out in the open, but a list this huge seemed daunting. Where should they begin?
Like the old Chinese proverb says, “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is today.”
82% of businesses have this problem.
Are you one of them?
Three of my favorite words...
My favorite EOS® frequently asked questions.
How many great ideas have you had while neck-deep in a spreadsheet?
Become a passive investor in your own business.
Recently, the question arose, "What's the most important core value...or is there a universal core value all businesses should share?"
EntreLeadership by Dave Ramsey.
4.7 out of 5 stars! Read it today.
How well are your employees trained?
"One of the most important business fables of our time."
Are you working in your Highest And Best Use (your unique ability)?
Should you ever fire a client? Here's how I fired over 1,000 clients while growing the bottom-line.
Why you need Healthy Conflict at work
What differentiates your business in the market?
What does an Integrator do?
What gets measured gets improved. This is one of the many reasons you need a weekly scorecard. Here's a few of our favorite "Operational" metrics to track.
When used effectively, a profit-sharing program can be a big win for staff and owners.
Meetings don't have to be painful. Check out this tip to immediately make your meetings more effective.
Do you spend your days in "fire-fighting" mode? Does your doorway look like a revolving door?
Every business can go farther, faster with a business coach, an operating system, and a peer group. As an EOS Implementer, I can help with the coaching and operating system. Today, I'll give you a few reasons to join a peer group.
The Process - When and How
I ended my first year as Integrator with 900 "to-dos"...