EOS®, the Entrepreneurial Operating System®, is a comprehensive business system that integrates a holistic business model with simple business tools. Its proven processes align all the pieces of a business to produce the desired results.

The EOS® framework helps management teams grasp the different aspects of operating and growing a business. The model illustrates the Six Key Components™ of any company that must be managed and strengthened to be a great business.

  1. Vision
  2. People
  3. Data
  4. Issues
  5. Process
  6. Traction

The idea for Whale was born when our founder Gary Vanbutsele adopted the EOS® system in a former company he had founded. They were so excited by the approach but felt that systemizing the data portion of the model needed a tool for efficiency and scale.

We’ve put together a variety of resources related to EOS® to support you on your entrepreneurial journey. Below you’ll find the most recent posts from the Whale Blog

4 Common problems every entrepreneur faces

4 common problems every entrepreneur faces

As an entrepreneur, the very success of a business is determined by how well you help people solve their problems. But what about your own business challenges?
As it turns out, there are 4 common problems every entrepreneur faces. We spoke to Dean Breyley to find out what they are and how to solve them.

Entrepreneurs day quote

What got you here won’t get you there

One of the most powerful reasons to use an external coach/facilitator/implementor is that it’s impossible for a business to be objective with itself. The gold comes from an external expert with enough entrepreneurial experience and knowledge of the EOS Model®, to help the business gain traction faster.

EOS book Process!

A review of the book Process!

Are you controlling your business, or is your business controlling you?

This is the opening line of the newly released book “Process!” by EOS Worldwide®, which we were privileged to get a sneak preview of.

rocks for processes blog

The Rock you need to document your processes

If you’re unfamiliar with EOS®, you may wonder why we’re talking about rocks for processes? No, you haven’t stumbled onto a blog about geology. We’re talking business and how to achieve your objectives through the Entrepreneurial Operating System using rocks. Here’s the Rock you need to document your processes