Should You Self-Implement EOS? 4 Questions to Help You Decide
When we talk with companies about implementing the Entrepreneurial Operating System in their organization, there’s one common question that comes up over and over again:
"Can we implement EOS ourselves?"
The short answer is yes. It’s certainly possible to designate and train an employee to manage your implementation. The EOS training is available to anyone who wishes to take it on, and there are a wealth of resources available to aid your employee in rolling out this system to your organization.
However, the real question you should be asking yourself is:
"Should we implement EOS ourselves?"
In this article, we’ll walk you through four important questions you need to ask yourself before you make this decision.
But first, one note: This is one of the most important decisions your organizations can make. It means the difference between an effective implementation of the Entrepreneurial Operation System to help your business get traction for growth and an unsuccessful implementation that leaves your organization unstructured, inefficient, disorganized—and stuck.
In this article, we’ll walk you through all of the underlying issues surrounding this critical choice so you can make an informed decision that moves your organization forward.
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