Chapter 1 What The Heck Is EOS?
Chapter 2 How Does EOS Work? (The EOS Model)
Chapter 3 Do You See What They Are Saying? (The Vision/Traction Organizer)
Chapter 4 Who's Doing What (The Accountability Chart)
Chapter 5 What Is Most Important Right Now? (Rocks)
Chapter 6 Why Do We Have To Have Meetings? (The Weekly Meeting Pulse)
Chapter 7 What's My Number? (Scorecard and Measurables)
Chapter 8 How Am I Doing? (People Analyzer)
Chapter 9 What Do I Do Next? (Conclusion)
Appendix A: Your Role
Appendix B: Questions To Ask Your Manager
Appendix C: EOS Terms
About The Authors
Gino Wickman, bestselling author of Traction, has a passion for helping people get what they want from their businesses. To fulfill that passion, he created the Entrepreneurial Operating System(R) (EOS), which helps leaders run better businesses, get better control, have better life balance, and gain more traction--with the entire organization advancing together as a cohesive team. Wickman is the founder of EOS Worldwide, a growing organization of successful entrepreneurs collaborating as certified EOS Implementers to help people experience all the organizational and personal benefits of implementing EOS. He also delivers workshops and keynote addresses.
Thomas J. Bouwer has a passion for helping entrepreneurs and their leadership teams simplify, clarify and achieve their vision. In addition to starting and running three of his own companies in Turkey, Tom has worked with a diverse range of companies from start-ups to Fortune 50 companies. His nearly three decades of global management and consulting experience in multiple industries help him quickly identify and solve chronic issues that keep a company from achieving optimal success. As a teacher, facilitator and coach, Tom spends most of his time as a Certified EOS(c) Implementer--helping leadership teams implement EOS in their companies. He earned his B.A. from Hope College and MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. When not delivering EOS workshops or keynote addresses, Tom is most likely walking his dogs or hiking in the mountains.