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@Lennart Knot24 there are TWO steps to a good issues list, though. Managing the list is important, but CAPTURING issues is critical.

Ideally, people are recognizing issues as they go about their work and are immediately capturing the issue by adding it to a shared list, writing it down, or emailing it to themselves or someone else. In my experience this isn't how it normally goes (and that's okay).

I recommend you create an issue about how you're going to capture issues and manage the list. The benefit here is to get everyone to think about what their plan is... (More)

Peter Martino
Professional EOS Implementer


Rocks are 90 Day priorities that are written "SMART" (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timebound). Rocks are created at the Quarterly Pulsing meeting and a single person owns each Rock. They are due at the following Quarterly Pulsing meeting.

Issues are any topics that need to be resolved by the team. An issue could be a problem, obstacle, idea or opportunity; anything that needs to be set up and knocked down using I.D.S. (Identify, Discuss, Solve).

Often times the solution to an Issue is a to-do's (7 day action items) created in your weekly Level 10 Meeting. Sometimes an Issue... (More)

@Lennart Knot18 I personally found that spending on a tool is well worth the money in time saved. We use Bloom Growth. However other options could be:

  1. a sharepoint site
  2. a google list
  3. Trello
  4. A whiteboard/flip chart in the meeting room 

As you progress through the journey you will find that you will want to keep track of to do completion and rock milestones as well.