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Measurables (Everyone has a #)
Measurables (Everyone has a #)
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Philipp Maucher
Director of Engineering as Marketing / Head EOS (Self-)Implementer

@Gal Erez141 That's a great question! I agree with Jerry - the organizational check-up is helpful and you can track progress every time you retake the check-up.

As the self-implementer of EOS at Teamwork, I built myself a so-called "EOS Tracker", where I measure the adoption of each foundational tool per LMA function in our business. This provides me with an overall adoption score for each foundational tool (V/TO, Scorecards, Acc. Chart, People Analyzer, etc.) and the average adoption score for all tools - see below:

There might be better ways of doing this...would love to hear other opinions.

Best,... (More)

Jerry Kauffman
Certified EOS Implementer

Gal, there are a couple ways to measure implementation. If you're working with a Professional Implementer, he/she will do this with in Session 1-2 times per year by giving a clear picture of what 100% strong looks like for each of the 6 Key Components, having the LT (Leadership Team) each give a rating and facilitate conversation if there is a wide range to make sure all LT members are on the same page. If you are self-implementing, a great tool is the Organizational Checkup, a list of 20 questions that gives a snapshot of all 6 Key Components. You... (More)

Tiff - Great question, it almost always comes up during the Annual when the org check up is reviewed.... "how do we come up with a number for everybody?"

The solve I have seen a bunch of clients implement is taking this issue to the next 555 for folks who do not have the Number. Spend 5 minutes on Core Values then Spend 5 minutes on Roles and ask:

"Hey, what do you think is a good weekly thing you can measure that will make you know you had a great week?"

The key is to Flip the Script, to... (More)

Jason C Roelofs
Next Level Software Leader | COO - EOS Integrator for Xeo Software

One of our top clients is a government contracting consultancy, Coley.212 They work on both services & product based contracts and we've been working with them to develop a suite of applications to support their customers. Some of the metrics that they're supporting are contract proposal submissions, win rate, hours billed, products sold, products in top position, products within 5%, submitted modifications and other more standard financial measurements. I'm not sure if any of these would be helpful. I'm sure I could connect you with someone over there who would have a much greater depth of knowledge on it if... (More)