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How do you measure the implementation of the EOS method in your company?

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Jerry Kauffman
Certified EOS Implementer

Gal, there are a couple ways to measure implementation.  If you're working with a Professional Implementer, he/she will do this with in Session 1-2 times per year by giving a clear picture of what 100% strong looks like for each of the 6 Key Components, having the LT (Leadership Team) each give a rating and facilitate conversation if there is a wide range to make sure all LT members are on the same page.  If you are self-implementing, a great tool is the Organizational Checkup, a list of 20 questions that gives a snapshot of all 6 Key Components.  You can easily access the Org Checkup on line at this link - https://organizationalcheckup.com/19  

Philipp Maucher
Director of Engineering as Marketing / Head EOS (Self-)Implementer

@Gal Erez21  That's a great question! I agree with Jerry - the organizational check-up is helpful and you can track progress every time you retake the check-up.

As the self-implementer of EOS at Teamwork, I built myself a so-called "EOS Tracker", where I measure the adoption of each foundational tool per LMA function in our business. This provides me with an overall adoption score for each foundational tool (V/TO, Scorecards, Acc. Chart, People Analyzer, etc.) and the average adoption score for all tools - see below:

How do you measure the implementation of the EOS method in your company?
How do you measure the implementation of the EOS method in your company?

There might be better ways of doing this...would love to hear other opinions.

Best, 

Philipp