It’s time to take your business to the next level.
Eileen Sharp and Vic Hightower were frustrated. After years of profitable, predictable growth, Swan Services was in a rut. Meetings were called and discussions held, but few decisions were made and even less got done. People were pointing fingers and assigning blame, but nothing happened to solve Swan’s mounting problems. It felt as though they were working harder than ever but with less impact. The company Eileen and Vic had founded and built for 10 years was a different place. It just wasn’t fun anymore.
Their story is not unusual. The challenges they were facing are common, predictable, and solvable. Get A Grip tells the story of how Swan Services resolves its issues by implementing the Entrepreneurial Operating System. With the help of EOS, Eileen, Vic, and their leadership team master a set of managerial tools that allow them to get traction on their business, grow the business, and deliver better results for clients.
The story of Swan Services is a fable, but the Entrepreneurial Operating System is very real and has helped thousands of businesses worldwide. A complete entrepreneurial toolkit, EOS has helped thousands of businesses get to where they want to be.
In Get a Grip, learn how Swan Services leaders learned to develop and commit to a clear vision, establish focus, build discipline, and create a healthier and more cohesive team.
With characters and situations created from collective business experiences and stories, Get a Grip is a fable that will ring true for entrepreneurial leaders the world over and guide them to get their companies on track.
©2012 Gino Wickman and Mike Paton (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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I liked that this book walks through what the meeting structure should look like as you implement traction. Good story. Kept me wanting to read more and complete the book.
Excellent story that follows the teaching of EOS to a fictional small business. Great stuff. I'm about to order the hard cover and listen to certain sections again. I listen at 2X speed and it was easy to listen and follow. Perfect compliment to Traction.
the book talks about 50 years of history of Koch businesses. I appreciated all the stories of what they did well and what they did. not so well. the part about creative destruction was very interesting. However, regarding the management system, I recommend the book traction and get a grip by Gino Wickman before reading this book.
The book does a great job at explaining the Traction process in depth but against a story that makes it very relevant.
This story is a fantastic way to introduce entrepreneurs to the the entrepreneurial operating system that is literally changing people lives
Not this narrator.
Not by this narrator
Rapid speaking with no change in tempo. Rapid fire monotone
Maybe the book is ok. But I could not listen to this guy for more than one chapter.
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