The All-Star Team consists of companies from around the globe that have fully embraced the principles of open-book management and The Great Game of Business and have demonstrated outstanding results.

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All-Star Team

Rookie of the Year All-Star Team

Social Sector All-Star Team




 All-Star companies exemplify the following:

The voice of the employee. Who knows best if the organization is living the principles of The Great Game of Business than your people?  It isn’t about theory—it’s about practice.  Would your employees say your organization is living the principles and practices of the Great Game™?
The bottom-line business.  Does your organization measure up to your industry peers? Your organization's profit and revenue growth as well as other critical business outcomes are a key measurement for an All-Star company.
The organization’s ‘Story Behind the Numbers’.  Lastly, we want to hear the organization's compelling story:  How has the practice of the Great Game of Business changed your company? Has it created a stronger culture and a better place to work?  Share the play-by-play commentary on how you are improving business results and the lives of the employees who drive those results.


2022 All-Star Champions

The All-Star Champions were selected from the All-Star team. Chosen by a panel of judges these companies are the best of the best from around the globe that have fully embraced the principles of open-book management and The Great Game of Business and have demonstrated outstanding results.

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Click on their logo to learn more about each company and read their case study.

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Colombo, Sri Lanka

Read their Case Study Here


Fredricksburg, VA

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Shillong, Meghalaya; Aizawl, Mizoram; India

Read their Case Study Here


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networking-36All-Star Awards are given for Rookie of the Year, Social Sector, Hall of Fame Inductee, International, and All-Star Champions. This is your chance to let everyone know what your company has achieved!

What organization couldn’t use more recognition? 

As a Great Game of Business practitioner, you already know the value of recognizing and celebrating company-wide accomplishments. The All-Star Awards are a public acknowledgment that your company is unique - an organization that runs your business in a way that includes trust, business education, involvement, open communication, shared risks, and shared rewards. Send out a press release, tweet about it, make t-shirts, call your local business journal or TV station, hang banners, make a YouTube video of the celebration. Go ahead, do what you do best … recognize and celebrate the win!

Evaluate your process through a FREE employee survey. 

A yearly employee survey starts at $750, but you get the employee survey as an All-Star finalist for free, and this year will include the Rutgers comparison report! Use the process to evaluate how you’re doing in practicing open-book management. Reflect on what’s working and what’s not, listen to your employees, review the ‘Practice Scorecard,’ and see where improvements can be made. Let’s face it; we all want to know how we stack up to the ‘Best of the Best’ – that’s how we get better! Remember, it’s about continuous learning.

The Swag.

Each finalist will become part of an exclusive All-Star Team and will receive:

    • results of your employee surveys indicating the strengths and weaknesses of your open-book management practices
    • an official report from Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations
    • an industry-focused financial benchmarking tool
    • a written case study highlighting your story and results from practicing The Great Game of Business
    • and promotion by GGOB throughout the year

Additionally, All-Star Award Champions will receive:

  • a highlight video, documenting your Great Game journey and accomplishments
  • on-stage recognition by Jack Stack at a trophy presentation during The Great Game of Business Conference