Here we are at the final stage of organizational change—
The new beginning is the point at which people understand EOS®, and the tools make sense and are in use throughout the organization. Everyone understands the organization’s Core Values, the Vision, how the organization will achieve that Vision, and their respective role in moving the organization forward.
In the new beginning stage, the organization has accepted EOS®as its operating system, and the Leadership Team’s mind is more at ease. The organization is more fun—and more profitable. Keep in mind people will periodically get stuck, hit a stumbling block—it’s only natural as we learn new material. Be sure to reinforce teaching where needed, without any sense of criticism.
It’s important to remember that each person will move through the stages of organizational change at their own pace. The organizations that receive the intended value from EOS®are those that internalize every aspect of EOS®, and that takes time.
How much time? I can’t tell you how much time. There is no specific date to which a Leadership Team or an organization can point and say “Aha, we have operationalized EOS®.”
EOS®is a process, and you often need the support of someone who knows the system to guide you through the phases and to hold you accountable. That’s where an EOS Implementer™ comes in. We help you see the value of EOS®and how it can work in your company, and we stand by your side and cheer you on when you accomplish your goals.
If you have any questions about EOS®, the three stages of organizational change, or how to implement it in your organization, please fill out the consult form below to request a free, 15-minute phone consultation with me. When you progress through the EOS®process, your company will have a new beginning.
You and your entire organization are now well on your way to harmoniously orchestrating the Six Key Components™ of EOS®. Congratulations!