Anyone running their business on EOS here? There are a couple EOS specific software options but they aren’t as user-friendly or flexible as Asana which we love. I am wondering if anyone has figured out a way to implement some of the EOS tools in Asana
I’m also interested in this!
Did you find any solutions so far @Eleanor?
Unfortunately, I have not. I definitely think it would be doable but I’m curious to see what it would look like as my organization is currently only on the free version of Asana and upgrading to premium or Business may make it more able to function as some of the EOS software out there does. Have you tried either ninety or traction tools? They aren’t as user-friendly or flexible as Asana, I don’t think which is why I hoped to find people who have maybe emulated some of the features.
We are also adopting EOS and are pretty well married to Asana. Would like to find a solution that doesn’t involve Zapier.
Just curious if anyone found a good template to using EOS in Asana. Thanks!
Following. An EOS template would be great
We are an EOS company and very much married to Asana. We have also tried Traction Tools which I do NOT like. So I have created Meeting agenda templates and I utilize custom fields and rules. The L-10 is it’s own “team” and under that there is always an issues board and a follow-up to do list. Then within each agenda (which I have saved as template) there is the ability to turn an issue into a “to-do” using a drop down in a custom field and a rule, or move to the issues board under a short-term or long-term section heading…these are just some examples.
I have a “team” for company wide EOS which has the VTO and an issues board (we are utilizing quarterly IDS sessions as a way to keep on top of issues that are not resolvable in other L-10s) and a project for rocks.
I have a leadership “team” and under that projects for quarterly rocks etc.
It is so much better to centralize the EOS management where all the other work is done. I was super frustrated with using Traction Tools because it does not integrate with the rest of our systems.