These three Great Game® videos illustrate an overview and the why behind Great Game methodology, highlight the origins of open-book management & the Great Game of Business®, and give a live example of one of our fundamental practices: the Huddle Cycle. Check them out to see how GGOB instills lasting cultural change while promoting rapid financial results in organizations across the globe.
The Great Game Explained
This video gives an overview of the principles and practices of the Great Game of Business operating system and demonstrates why it's important to inform your associates about your business' status and goals. View the video below to see how employees benefit from working for a GGOB company.
This tool was created by GGOB's parent company, SRC Holdings, to explain GGOB to new employees within SRC— use this video to help your team better understand the Great Game and introduce new staff to your culture.
The GGOB Story
This video shares the roots and development of the Great Game of Business & open-book management as Jack Stack, SRC employees and Great Game practitioners explain what The Game is and why it works.
The Great Game Huddle Cycle
This video highlights all three segments of the Huddle Cycle in live examples.
The Pre-Huddle: the first of three Huddles in the Huddle Cycle where the team reviews workgroup performance, develops a financial forecast from operational performance, and prepares to communicate this information with the company.
The Management Huddle: addresses the challenges and opportunities each department is facing and provides a structure for information to be communicated through the company in a bottom-up fashion.
The Company-Wide Huddle: opens the lines of communication and keeps all employees informed about the overall status of the company including the information they need to follow the progress of The Game.
See specific results from implementing the Great Game, MiniGame™ examples, and experiences from practitioners in all industries in our Case Studies.
Learn how GGOB can provide tools for engagement, lasting cultural change, and financial results in your organization at our next Get in the Game Workshop.
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