How EOS has helped me make better decisions

Keren Lerner is the owner of our clients Top Left Design, a design and marketing agency she founded in 2002.  Here she discusses how her decision-making processes have changed since her company started implementing EOS in 2015. 

In the past when I had a business worry, I would either mull it around for ages, procrastinate thinking about it, or (most often in my case) make a quick decision so I could just move on with my life!

EOS: Challenging the leadership team

In our February guest post, Adrian Gregory, the CEO of our client Data IQ, describes some of the challenges his leadership team faced, while implementing EOS – and how quickly the team has come on board to create a plan and vision for the future.

 

  1. Can you explain a little about Data IQ – what you do, how many employees you have, how long you have been in business?

DataIQ is a membership business, which connects, educates and supports a fast growing community of data and analytics professionals.  We also connect vendors to this community to generate business leads, build brand awareness and drive business success.

We’ve been going for 3-years as a stand-alone business, 5-years as a content marketing programme for our sister business DQM GRC.  Today we have 18 staff of which 12 are full time.

 

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Leadership Case study – United UK

We’re delighted that Graham Bourton, the Managing Director of our client’s United UK, has agreed to discuss leadership, in the first in a series of monthly guest articles and case studies.

As well as leadership, these will cover topics such as how to scale your business, creating a positive culture, setting goals – and what it’s like to run your business using the Entrepreneurial Operating System.