What We're Reading February 2016: Traction by Gino Wickman
This month, PVN staff read Gino Wickman’s Traction. PVN has been implementing Wickman’s Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) into our unique and interdisciplinary business model of historical consulting, specialized design, and real estate development services to increase the use and viability of historic buildings, further streamline our processes, and continue to grow our business.
One of the first things that we did as a team was to define our core values. We are responsive, open-minded, collaborative, and have technical empathy with our clients to better understand and service their needs and challenges in historic preservation. We are proud to be the office that people call to remove the most difficult barriers to reusing a building with heritage value. We are driven to make more historic preservation projects happen. As we improve our business model, we put more of these buildings back into use.
We tackle every project and problem with the interdisciplinary resources of our talented team, our wide network of connections in the preservation community, and our collaborative project process. Call us to make your project happen, too.
“We have found the tools in Traction to be tremendously valuable to us and our clients as we grow our portfolio of successful projects. We have been in business now for over four years, and many of the EOS methods are integrated into our daily processes and office culture.”
– Meghan Elliott, Principal and Founder, Preservation Design Works