@Zack Swire20 Very much agree with your answer above. The way we see EOS is: it's the handrails for running our business (keyword: one operating model) - not handcuffs.
We follow all EOS processes and tools purely. During our company growth (from 80 when we started with EOS to 250 employees within 3 years), we realised we needed to complement EOS with additional systems, processes and reporting cadences. To give some simple examples:
- Product development: Rocks + Agile development (Scrum, Sprints)
- Finance: Scorecards + Monthly Business Reviews and Board Reviews
- Leadership: L10s, Quarterly Planning, Annual Planning + Strategic Same Page... (More)