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Steve Waddell
President / CEO / Visionary

Interestingly enough, I was seeking something similar and did a Google search. Here are 3 examples from an attorney firm that uses EOS. THe onboarding new hires process is actually pretty detailed and interesting:

Also, I ran across this article where someone documented in great detail the traction book and if you think about it, some of the sections almost document processes. While these are not the core processes listed by Traction they are processes. For example, issue management is a process. As are meeting management and process management if you really think about it. Anyhow, here's the list... (More)

Rick Pelletier
Fractional Integrator/CFO/COO

@Jenn127 - generally speaking, you would use your V/TO as your guiding tool for determining priorities. For example, if you were trying to set company Rocks for the next quarter, you would look at the 1 year goal and say what are the most important things that need to get done in the next 90 days to help us stay on track to achieve our 1 year goal. If your Leadership Team has different opinions on what those are, the Integrator would make the call.