@Alyssa Barker73 I would encourage you to revisit the book Traction for the Accountability Chart section which starts on page 89. What you will find is the approach is structure first, people second. There are 3 powerful ground rules listed on page 90 that allows you and the existing leadership team to work on the right structure going forward. It begins with a fundamental belief that there are only 3 major functions in business; Sales/Marketing, Operations, and Finance. Depending on the industry you are in and the size you will see fluctuations from there. The hardest part of this exercise is historical structure where people feel emotionally connected to being on the team vs what is the right structure for the next 6-12 months for the business. I could spend hours sharing experiences of clients and myself who struggle with making the change of not having certain people on the team because there isn't a logical seat for them. Another powerful opportunity is the concept of Integrator and Visionary seats. This is covered on page 92-94 of Traction. It has probably been the single greatest advancement in companies that I have supported when they get this enhancement inside their structure. Keep in mind that about 50% of companies running on EOS have a Visionary Integrator pair so its not for everyone based upon stage and the right structure.
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