Is it bragging if you can do it?
The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS®) includes a proven best practice when holding meetings. Participants grade the meeting at its conclusion on a scale of 1 to 10; 10 being this highest score, meeting or exceeding all expectations. I’m told from EOS® Implementers that a score of 8 or better is solid work. “Ten” is over-the-top-excellent.
The Process Triage participants scored (below) our all-day workshop as part of the sponsor’s closing remarks. They are our client’s go-to subject matter experts. We process triaged one of their most strategically important functions. The agenda included collaborative process mapping, a Process Capability Goal review, nominating Pain Points that inhibit this goal, then process triaging these pain points into solution proposals. Finally, they ranked these proposals and signed up to mentor their implementation.
It’s an intense day, built on delegating and elevating those who are closest to the work to improve the work flow across the whole team.
For reasons of confidentiality, I can’t mention the client or their process, but here’s a photo of the scores.
By the way, the most successful post-Process Triage improvement implementers are running on EOS®.
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