Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation (SRC) is well-known for high-involvement business planning structure.
The 25th Annual Gathering of Games is not only going to be a fantastic networking and learning event — it’s going to feature some of the brightest and most influential business speakers in the world. You simply can’t miss these Great Game experts if you have any interest at all in open-book management. The pre-conference speakers alone cover a wide variety of topics and industries that you’re sure to enjoy.
You’ve likely heard that analytics is all the rage. Marketing. Sports. Fraud detection. Analytics is everywhere, yet many organizations struggle with successful implementation. Before covering the six steps to successfully use analytics, a quick definition: analytics is generally defined as the procedures and methods used to extract useful information from data to help answer a strategic question.
Employee engagement can bring a true competitive advantage to organizations that make it a priority; however, raising engagement levels, and maintaining them, takes time, commitment, and investment. Having said that, developing a game strategy to do so doesn’t have to be overwhelming – and can actually be fun!
Each year, several hundred business leaders and key influencers from companies across the globe come together to learn and share the principles and practices of open-book management at an event known as “The Gathering of Games.” This year, the conference — which is in Dallas from September 6-8 — celebrates its 25th anniversary and features a reunion of “All-Stars” who have been enjoying success playing The Great Game of Business.
A weekly, company-wide recitation of the full financials may sound like an absolute snooze-fest, but it can really be an exciting weekly morale boost - if the focus is on people and not numbers. Yes, numbers are important, but the people behind those numbers – and the stories of how they achieved those numbers – are even more important. Here are six ways to make your huddles more engaging and people-centric without losing the numbers.
According to the Harvard Business Review, millennials will make up about half of the global workforce by 2020. These millennial employees are demanding work that connects to a larger purpose. At the same time, 66% of global consumers say they will pay more to support companies that are committed to making a social and environmental impact (Nielsen Global Corporate Sustainability Report).
At the 24th Annual Gathering of Games Conference, The Great Game of Business celebrated the 16th Annual All-Star Awards. These prestigious awards recognize and celebrate the remarkable achievements 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.
Ownership rule #5 from A Stake in the Outcome is “It takes a team to build equity value.” But how do you do that? How do you encourage teamwork and is it really that important? During this session, you will learn the importance behind having a strong team and how to build your team with fun quick games during your huddles.
What if each of us in a leadership role simply made a point of working to make hope happen for the people we work with every single day? Within a few weeks, hope levels would have certainly gone up. By the end of a year, we’d have hope deeply embedded in the culture; the climate of the organization couldn’t help but be significantly sunnier than it would have been before you started.