The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS®) is a popular business methodology founded by Gino Wickman. A vital part of executing on EOS is having regular, weekly, structured meetings, called a Level 10 Meeting™.
This kind of meeting is exactly what Tadum was created for! Weekly meetings are held at the same time and place every week and have the following agenda sections:
Sections 1 to 5 are meant to be reports only. If an issue comes out of any of these, it is added to section 6.
An agenda compatible with a Level 10 Meeting can be created in Tadum using the following sections for your agenda:
The Segue and Customer/Employee Headlines fit under the Discussions section because these can be listed as quick items that are either opened or closed.
Check out our online agenda template compatible with a Level 10 Meeting to see what this might look like.
1. Get your meeting participants up to speed even faster by sending out the agenda ahead of time.
With Tadum’s real-time collaboration, everyone can enter their updates into the appropriate sections before the meeting so you can run through them without delay.
2. Collaborate online
Tadum gives you the tools to keep a running record of your agenda while working through the meeting. Everyone can add comments or additional information concurrently so nothing is missed.
3. Quicker agenda preparation.
Since you meet every week, Tadum’s automatic agenda generation speeds up prep for the next meeting.
4. Team Accountability
All Todos have to have a person and a date assigned to them so action items don’t fall through the cracks. Items stay on the agenda until they are closed or deleted so that ongoing discussions don’t get overlooked.
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