Imagine building anything without laying a strong and intentional foundation. Imagine just starting, for starting’s sake, and hoping that things didn’t cave in along the way. Surprisingly, that’s how a lot of small businesses get off the ground, by taking that leap of faith, getting all hands to make it happen, and hoping the makeshift structure holds.
Certified EOS Implementer™, CJ Dube, pens a blog that focuses on the importance of revising and refining that structure as you grow:
It all starts with the right structure. One of the tools in the EOS Toolbox™ we use to achieve this is the Accountability Chart. Imagine what you could accomplish if you had the right structure for your company, with each function filled with people who excel in that role. This, of course, doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a process.
CJ shares tips to making your Accountability Chart ‘structurally sound’, starting first with seats and then adding names. This tool paints a visual picture of your organization, a blueprint of sorts, that provides your people with clarity and alignment. When seats are clearly defined, Roles and Responsibilities fall into place, ultimately generating efficiency to foster growth.
The visual component is incredibly valuable, and Ninety’s Accountability Chart provides an easy to use, easy to edit platform to manage it all. Quick PDF exports, the flexibility to pick up and move seats, or add multiple seatholders, provides users with a thoughtfully crafted application to build and refine your company’s structure.
Seamlessly integrated across Ninety’s digital EOS Tools, the Accountability Chart is a perfect place to get started. Ask our team about free account build out!