EOS Drives Culture at Pace

At Pace, our system for running our business is EOS, The Entrepreneurial Operating System. Created by Gino Wickman and described in detail in his book Traction, EOS provides us a structure by which we clarify our roles, plan, prioritize, collaborate, solve problems, and measure results. EOS provides us with consistency and guidelines on how we all work together. Without short-changing our individuality, EOS is designed to reduce (and hopefully eliminate) dysfunction and frustration. As Wickman and Tom Bouwer write in What The Heck is EOS?, “Why...

Pace Publishes Newsletter Exclusively to Shipping Partners

When a shipper contacts us in need of logistics services, chances are they are looking for a partner. They need a trustworthy 3PL to execute the last (and often) most time-consuming and expensive part of their supply chain – the final mile. As partners, we share a common goal – making the end customer happy....

Best Practices for Effective Meetings: Do I Really Need a Meeting Anyway?

At Pace, we began an intentional journey of change at the start of 2019 with our theme to Adapt and Evolve. This year, our theme is about Managing Change Successfully. Coincidentally during COVID-19, we find ourselves in a world faced with greater change than we ever imagined, on a grander scale than we have experienced...

Embrace Change and Emerge Better

COVID-19 presents unprecedented challenges to businesses. We recognize the sacrifice, loss, and hardship organizations small and large around the globe have incurred. We know, too, that how we work together could be very different once this pandemic concludes. Yet, we discover resilience and continue moving forward. Companies are making lemonade out of lemons and reimagining...

Culture Talk: Service for Social Good

On Halloween night, while out trick-or-treating with a friend and her kids, future Pace Customer Service Representative, Shanna Burchett, impulsively texted her husband, Adam, about becoming foster parents.   He didn’t hesitate, texting her back with an emphatic YES.   “Infertility was our issue,” Shanna said.  “Adam and I joked around about not having kids so we could live a life of traveling and adventure.” ...
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