The Four Fundamental Beliefs of Organizational Change

Updated: Jul 29, 2019

Enjoy the following content preview of “Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business.” Reserve your spot to hear more on the “Traction” methodology and EOS from our keynote speaker Mike Paton at the 2019 SPARK Conference at Vision Expo West. Click here to read Part 1.


Part 2: Organizational Checkup


"If you're not happy with the current state of your company, you have three choices. You can live with it, leave it or change it. If the first two are not an option, it's time to admit that you don't want to live this way any longer."

- Gino Wickman, author of Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business


The Four Fundamental Beliefs of Organizational Change


Change can be scary, but it's entirely necessary for your company to realize its full potential. To be truly ready for this change, you must be willing to embrace the following four fundamental beliefs:

  1. You must build and maintain a true leadership team

  2. Hitting the ceiling is inevitable

  3. You can only run your business on one operating system

  4. You must be open-minded, growth-oriented and vulnerable

But how do you know what needs to change?



Take the Free EOS Online Organizational Checkup


Many business owners and leadership teams encounter the same frustrations over and over again, but don't know how to get unstuck. The Organizational Checkup™ helps you identify your strengths and weaknesses so you can start solving your issues - for good.


The Organizational Checkup™ will answer these questions:


What are our strengths? What are our weaknesses? Which area is the biggest problem? What should we solve first? How should we solve it?


Click here to get started.


Click here to read Part 3 of this series!


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