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Jason-

The Operations and Finance components of businesses typically have documented processes that are adhered to.  Sales and marketing on the other hand are a bit more wild west when it comes to repeatable, inspected processes and expectations.

Do you have a separate sales and marketing Level 10?

-Bill

Philipp Maucher
Director of International Development / Head EOS (Self-)Implementer

Hi @John Herman9 

I dug out this slide from 2017 that laid out our implementation plan. In all honesty, it took us a longer than 9-12 months to roll out all 6 key components to all our teams but the sequence worked well for us. Hope that helps!

Does anyone have an example of an 18-24 month EOS implementation plan other than including the dissemination of the various components and practices within the VTO and quarterly rocks? Something that's more like a Gantt Chart or project schedule for implementing the 6 key components and moving toward 100% strong?
Peter Martino
Professional EOS Implementer

Hi John!

Are you familiar with the EOS Process (linked here).25 This is right and proven way to implement EOS. It's not laid out in a Gant chart, but the diagram and the notes below the chart should help clarify the order and timeline. On average a company working with a Professional or Certified Implementer takes about 2-years to "get it" and is ready to graduate if they choose to. Also, if you and your firm are helping other companies Implement EOS, I strongly recommend 2 things: A membership to Basecamp, and going through Bootcamp which also gives you a... (More)

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