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Top 5 Reasons to Attend the Gathering of Games

#1: Inspiring Keynote Speakers

Every year we invite top-notch speakers that will inspire you to see bigger and better results for your business, using open-book management.

#2: Decide if Open-Book Management is Right for You

Objectively evaluate the pro’s and con’s of OBM with scores of educational sessions (breakouts, roundtables, workshops) to choose from.

#3: Observe Take Aways that Will Improve Your Bottom Line

You will hear practitioner stories and open-book experts pour over why OBM produces rapid financial results and a lasting cultural change.

#4: High Energy Networking Opportunities

Share best practices with peers and learn what is working and what isn’t.

#5: Celebrate and Learn from The Successes of The All-Stars

Gain fresh ideas and inspiring tips from top performers in the community.


Bring Your Team

Every year, we have all types of conference attendees:

  • Business leaders from companies considering implementing open-book management and The Great Game of Business.
  • Owners and managers of companies looking to increase accountability, transparency, and engagement within their organizations.
  • Employees of businesses whose owners/managers want to drive open-book and The Great Game of Business further into their organizations.
  • Practitioners at all levels looking to renew their Great Game efforts and energy.
  • Long-time practitioners of The Great Game of Business ready to share best practices with the open-book community.

Those professionals come from a wide range of companies:

  • Employee Owned
  • Privately Held
  • Family Owned
  • Publicly Traded
  • Service
  • Manufacturing
  • Education
  • Government
  • Non-profit
  • Small (< 25 Employees)
  • Medium (25-250 Employees)
  • Large (250-500 Employees)
  • Very Large (500+ Employees)

As well as several industry types (just to name a few):

  • Banking
  • Hospitality
  • Construction
  • Fitness
  • HVAC
  • Information Technology
  • Insurance
  • Logistics
  • Printing
  • Property Management
  • Remanufacutring
  • Restaurants
  • Retail
  • Universities

Earn Continuing Education Credits by Attending the Conference

In 2017, accounting professionals earned up to 19.5 CPE credits, and human resources professionals earned up to 17.0  HRCI credits (conference, as well as pre-conference workshops).  Specific credit availability for 2018 will be determined once the agenda is finalized, but is expected to be similar.