Recently I realized that I’ve been seeing my role of Integrator all wrong—and it changed everything about my work. In the fall I attended the Integrator Mastery Forum (IMF), led by Mark Winters, coauthor of
If you’re ever flying around at the last minute trying to get everything together for your weekly Level 10 Meeting, you’re not alone. As Linda Maclachlan from YJT Solutions admitted, “The actual process of updating
Some ideas need a second consideration. Jon Gertner’s book, The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation, is one of those reads that takes a culturally-presumed evil and flips our assumptions
At Traction Tools, our elves have been very busy! With all the new updates coming out lately, there are lots of little things that you might not have noticed—easy-to-miss tools and tricks that can help
It’s official: virtual teams are legit. More and more people are working remotely every year. Nine million people in the U.S. work from home at least half of the time. Almost 50% of all companies
Ah, spreadsheets. So easy, so convenient. And so frustratingly difficult. If you’re tracking company data, you probably have a love/hate relationship with spreadsheets. They’re easy to use, but they can also be inconvenient and annoying.
I just got back from an EOS® workshop, called “Be a Great Boss: How to Lead, Manage, and Hold People Accountable.” I got so much out of it that I couldn’t wait to write a
Traction® Tools helps your leadership team use EOS® principles to become more productive. That increased efficiency can be experienced by every department, helping you get a grip on your organization.
You’ve rolled out Traction® Tools to multiple departments and everyone in your company is getting on board. But as more departments are being added, it’s becoming a challenge to make sense of it all. You
You’ve just finished reading Traction® and you’re eager to try it out yourself. The next steps depend on where you want to begin. There are two ways to begin: hire an implementer or implement on