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Micromanaging Rocks

Written by Don Tinney on August 12, 2019

Some leaders and managers have been tempted to deviate from the 5-minute rock review we teach in the weekly Level 10 Meeting™, desiring something more detailed than a simple, on track/off track, report. The concern that team members are inappropriately reporting rocks to be on track when they are not has lead some teams to create elaborate “rock crushing systems” that include breaking rocks down into smaller action steps, plotting those steps out across a timeline, tracking completion of those steps and reporting the progress in weekly meetings.

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Home Runs Are Good, Hits Are Better!

Written by Don Maranca on June 27, 2019

Are you making Hits in your business or are you focused on Home Runs?  Home Runs are more exciting and usually attributable to success, but Hits are the formula for longstanding success. Look at the careers of Hall of Fame inductees Ty Cobb, Hank Aaron, and Willie Mays.

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Why do Some Rocks Feel Like Boulders?

Written by Randy Taussig on March 15, 2019

EOS-run companies live by their quarterly Rocks. It’s in their DNA. Perhaps you’re not familiar with the term or you’re not clear of the true meaning.

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Do You Treat Your Rocks As A Separate Job? 2019

Written by Mark O'Donnell on March 11, 2019

Over the last few months, I’ve been hearing a common theme among my clients. They keep saying, “I have a day job and a Rock job.” At first that confused me a little bit. Then I realized that one of two things is true. One possibility is that we chose the wrong Rocks for the quarter. The second possibility is that the team member is spending most of their time on useless activities.

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Tips for Writing Great Rocks

Written by Ken DeWitt on February 28, 2019

Everyone who runs a company on EOS® struggles with how to set Rocks at the start of their journey. If you are having issues with setting your quarterly priorities, take heart – you are not alone! And it is not as difficult as it may seem at first.

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