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Gaining Alignment: Slowing Down to Speed Up

Issues arise whenever you’re trying to work with a team. Do you have a safe and consistent method for identifying issues and processing them so that your business can stay in alignment?

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About Jennifer Matt

Jennifer Matt is the managing editor of WhatTheyThink’s Print Software section as well as President of Web2Print Experts, Inc. a technology-independent print software consulting firm helping printers with web-to-print and print MIS solutions.

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By Kevin Cushing on Nov 02, 2022

Well deserved call out to EOS Jennifer!

 

By Jennifer Matt on Nov 02, 2022

Kevin,

I've been in an EOS process for about 1 year. It is a real gem of a process, especially if you get a 3rd party implementer - I would not do it yourselves. It is worth every dollar of the investment.

Alignment is something I now see as the friction reducer. Without a systematic approach to removing friction, your business naturally slows down and becomes very hard to pivot in a time when the market REQUIRES you to pivot often.

Jeni

 

By Kevin Cushing on Nov 02, 2022

I agree 100% Jeni. We have been on EOS since 2016 throughout AFB and had an EOS Co-Founder, Don Tinney, as our Implementer which was very helpful. Given that EOS was based a few miles from us we had the good fortune to work with Gino WIckman also.

 

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