In the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), there are three steps to documenting your processes: Identify, Document, and Package. A Process is a series of actions or steps taken to achieve a particular end. They provide your people with the ability to be consistent in their actions. If you want to grow your businesses, you need […]
In the Entrepreneurial Operating System, the GWC tool helps you find the right people for your organization by asking if they Get it, Want it, and Capacity to do it.
In the book, Getting Things Done, David Allen presents his productivity methodology that transforms the way you approach your personal and professional life. The Getting Things Done (GTD) method helps you organize your calendar, tasks, and priorities such that your work is manageable.
In Atomic Habits, James Clear provides practical strategies to create good habits, break bad habits, and master the small actions that will lead to amazing results.
In Rocket Fuel, Gino Wickman and Mark C. Winters provide the how-to guide for understanding the business relationship between the Visionary and Integrator.
In The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Marie Kondo helps you declutter and organize your place to spark joy. As a result, you will organize your life.
Lean principles help businesses eliminate wasteful processes while also improving productivity. Initially, lean was created for car manufacturing lines.
Systems are organized structures of things or people to achieve a specific goal. We can use systems thinking to examine the systems that make up our world.