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Tom Geen18 — To echo what Rick Pelletier19 said, the Accountability Chart will definitely be your friend during the transition. There are a few softwares out there (namely Traction Tools and Ninety) that can help you manage the Accountability Chart in the cloud, making it accessible to everyone in the org while you work through the transition. I work for one of those softwares (Traction Tools), so if you have questions or need help connecting with an EOS Implementer, feel free to reach out.

Rick Pelletier
Fractional Integrator/CFO/COO

@Tom Geen54 - my advice would be to use the transition time to focus on the Accountability Chart, specifically the Leadership Team. Once you have the structure defined, you can start focusing on RPRS. Once you have your Leadership Team in place (including the Integrator), I would proceed with rolling out EOS. I would also strongly advise you to use an EOS Implementer to guide your new team through the process. They are awesome at what they do and provide a very fast ROI.

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