Most business owners and entrepreneurs want to build a best-in-class company. But in the daily grind of running a business, it’s easy to lose sight of the vision you’re trying to achieve. At North County Property Group, we leverage the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) to facilitate continuous improvement and become a better organization—each and every day.
On this edition of Five Minute Friday, Bob shares the EOS model many business owners and entrepreneurs use to grow and improve. He explains how adopting the process has helped his team focus on the right things and keep them accountable to their goals.
Bob walks us through each of the six key components of the EOS model, describing how his team evaluates themselves in the areas of vision, people, data, issues, process and traction. Listen in for insight around the value of quarterly goal setting and learn how the EOS system is helping Bob lead a top-performing company.
[0:49] The EOS model for business owners and entrepreneurs
[1:12] How adopting EOS has impacted Bob’s business
[1:38] The objective of EOS + how it helps you build a best-in-class business
[2:01] The six key areas of evaluation in the EOS model
[3:27] How North County Property Group has had success with goal setting + how we measure our success
[4:02] Bob’s take on how EOS has helped him become a better leader
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