The Great Game of Business changes lives and how things get done - it works - in life and at work.
If anyone had doubts about the power of open-book management and the impact of The Great Game of Business has had on our company, they should just take a look at the results. We accomplished a turnaround while navigating the most difficult commodity markets in the history of the company.
If value is the most important to you, this is the only methodology that gets you there.
[The SRC Experience & Get in The Game Workshop is] the most well-run, diverse, interesting and stimulating 4-day workshop I've ever attended. The program is presented by enthusiastic, well-educated people with a lot of obvious advance preparation.
Practicing the Great Game is like flicking a big switch that suddenly illuminates the financial landscape of a business for your staff; the transparency enables you to build accountability up and down your organization, engage and empower your people and deliver better results to the bottom line.
The Great Game of Business is how all businesses should be run.
If your team doesn’t understand the rules of business how can you expect them to be successful?
Over the past three years we have increased our employee engagement, knowledge of the company and our revenue (over 51%) by practicing open-book management!
The Great Game of Business keeps the team focused on the goals to win.
Open-book is the best way to do business.
I would recommend GGOB as a management practice because it’s the ONLY sensible way to run a business!
Our printing division has proved it works - we will now tell it to our entire company. It will become of process and frame work to manage performance values /vision.
In the short run, the “benefit” of implementing the Great Game is two‐fold – everyone understands the rationale behind decisions and everyone can share in the pain or joy of the company’s performance. The long range “benefit” is that employees are no longer at the mercy of the whims of a business owner and should have the ability to understand the economic objective of business.
The Great Game of Business is the best management strategy - period.
The Great Game of Business opened my eyes to a new way of managing our company and to a higher plane of leadership. We have always been open-book, but The Game gave us a specific methodology and actual tools to do it better than ever before. We have grown revenues, increased profit margins. But, more importantly, we have transformed employees into entrepreneurs... who understand how we make money, obsess about our problems and drive measurable performance. I like to say that I have successfully "shared my light sleep patterns" with everyone else!
The Great Game of Business improves employee engagement & improves bottom line projects. It's fun and takes the pressure off the owners.
The core benefit from GGOB lies in the increase in trust between management and employees and how that greatly and positively impacts company culture.
Implementing the Great Game of Business is a systemic way to teach everyone in your company how to you work together to win.
The Great Game of Business leads organizations to point fingers at problems and issues, not people.
We naturally expect every member of a football team (or any athletic team) to understand the rules and the objective of the game and to practice until they can execute their plays successfully to win; what makes business and its players (employees) any different?
The Great Game of Business is extremely helpful and an amazing way to increase engagement & profits!
Having the single responsibility of running a business is the most stressful demand. The Great Game of Business takes that sole responsibility and gives you an opportunity to share responsibilities; that’s why it’s exciting for me. My one regret is that I didn’t embrace The Great Game of Business earlier.