EOS® Vision And A Strategy For The Future Of Your Company
Modern businesses toss the term “vision” around a lot these days. Consultants and colleagues alike will tell you that you need a “vision” without ever telling what exactly a vision is. Plenty will even tell you that their “vision” is the right one for you. Unfortunately, for all their good intentions, a (lower case “v”) vision is little more than a goal. However, by creating clear and measurable metrics for your company that are guided by an actual system of achieving them you can build an EOS ®Vision™ that guides you towards growth.
What Is An EOS Vision?
Unlike a vision, a Vision relies on measurable goals and clearly defined intentions. The wording here is more critical than you may, at first, think. An EOS Vision is clearly defined and it can be shared and understood by every member of the company. Unlike a vision, that is a loose goal, an EOS Vision can be printed and handed to every employee, who then knows exactly where the company is going and how it plans to get there.
Preventing Bad Vision..
First, don’t stare at a computer screen for too long…joking, of course.
The real first step to preventing a bad vision is by downloading the EOS Vision/Traction Organizer (or V/TO)™. The document will help you set your EOS Core Values™, Core Focus™, 3-Year Picture™, 10-Year Target™, and Marketing Strategy.
This simple document gives your company a foundation on which it can grow and a guiding star for all of the employees to follow.
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Whittle & Partners is a consulting group that provides EOS™ Implementation in the United States and beyond. We offer in-person and online solutions to fit your business and schedule.Visit our about us page to learn how and why we love bringing Dallas Traction.
Jeff Whittle is a Certified Dallas EOS Implementer.
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Jeff Whittle founded and launched Whittle & Partners in 2011. Before that, Jeff practiced law in Dallas for 15 years and has an additional 20 years of executive business experience. He has run businesses ranging from startups to 300-employee operations.