The most important goals in business are making money and generating cash. What if everyone in your company understood that, and knew how they were connected to it? The Great Game of Business takes these two critical goals and envelopes them in a business operating system that keeps both as a central focus in the minds of your employees.
The Great Game of Business is the methodology and integrated tools proven to systematically engage your people to drive profitability and sustainability. "The best, most efficient, most profitable way to operate a business is to give everyone in the company a voice in how it's run and a stake in the financial outcome—good or bad," insists Jack Stack, CEO of SRC Holdings, father of open-book management, and author of The Great Game of Business. Because, you see, it's not just about money. And it's not just about people. It's both!
The Great Game of Business is the only business operating system that is proven to drive rapid financial results and lasting cultural change. While it's possible to find organizations that have demonstrated an ability to produce a high degree of financial success without a focus on its people, invariably the success is short-lived. The only way to secure sustainable financial results is through a commitment to having an engaged team. And while there are arguably multiple ways to engage your staff, The Great Game of Business ensures a sustainable level of engagement by giving your team a stake in the company's—and their own—financial future.
"It simply works. I feel like I have all our people running our company rather than just me and my partners."
Venturity Financial Partners