Top positive review
The value of this book depends on context
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2018
I was put off by the front end of this book. It struck me as too prescriptive - do this, follow these steps and everything will work out. As I read on, the model became more clear. I began to see connections between the author’s framework and that which I’ve read in similar books. That recognition made it clear that the foundational tools - trust, teamwork, leadership, commitment, vision, alignment, accountability, process, data, etc. - were as important to this author’s approach as they are to the approach that other others have crafted as their own. Whatever name you put on the package, the core principles are the same. I think that as long as the leadership team recognizes these building blocks and diligently assembles them, progress is achievable. With that in mind, the EOS framework has potential. With that in mind, the book has value, in my opinion.