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Has your company struggled to roll EOS out to all levels of your organization? Do your employees understand why EOS is important or even what it is?

What the Heck is EOS? is for the millions of employees in companies running their businesses on EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System).

An easy and fast listen, this book answers the questions many employees have about EOS and their company:

  • What is an operating system?
  • What is EOS and why is my company using it?
  • What are the EOS foundational tools and how do they impact me?
  • What's in it for me?

Designed to engage employees in the EOS process and tools, What the Heck is EOS? uses simple, straightforward language and provides questions about each tool for managers and employees to discuss creating more ownership and buy-in at the staff level. After listening to this book, employees will not only have a better understanding of EOS but they will be more engaged, taking an active role in helping achieve your company's vision.

©2017 Gino Wickman and Tom Bouwer (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Structural benefits await

I am now more excited for the benefit of structure and accountability at my workplace. I'm looking forward to the ability I will have to better contribute and feel a part of the company as a whole.

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Basic common sense, nothing new or unique

very disappointing, the book concepts are very basic, they just come up with their own terminology to make it sound clever. it was a waste of time and money. personally, I didn't find anything useful in it, felt my intelligence insulted every other page.

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Perfect

It was good to read this book after reading Traction. Such a great idea to have a resource that can be given to staff so they can understand and contribute to the Organisational implementation of EOS.

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Great Book

should be the first one you read or listen to if you're company is running EOS.THANKS

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good general advice

I think it's just good general advice packaged in a new way. This is not a bad thing, if it helps it helps! kinda like sticking to a workout routine, I'm sure almost any routine will get you results, the key is sticking with it. ie a bowflex will not work any better then free weights, the key is doing it every day.

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Get to the point!

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Cant wait to start EOS

loved this book and can't wait to begin the next step and read the traction book

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This read is a must

Before anything else very business owner should read this book. Read this before you read traction.

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Great!!!

Great for personal and collective team growth, business success and team building synergy bt taking ownership in your work

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Very effective operating system that my company has implemented. I look forward to the L10 meetings and 90 day Rock talks

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  • 05-21-20

Good summary of EOS system

I read this book after reading Traction. It contains the same material but from an employee's perspective. I found it very help full and useful to obtain a fuller understanding of the system and its implementation into it work place. Easy to listen to and follow.

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  • 02-03-19

Simple and affective way to run your business

Simple and affective way to run a business. Loved how the author used examples to explain situations. Can't believe how simple it sounds to use, and can't wait to start using it.

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  • 05-17-18

A useful slant that well supplements Traction etc

This was a really useful and practical read during our initial transition to EOS. The questions to ask was a good addition. Not just for employees by any means. It would be silly not to read this if you're interested in implementing EOS. Good job crew.