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Unlock Resources for Scaling Up Your Business

As a Do-it-Yourself Implementor, you need tools to make your Great Game of Business Implementation as successful as possible. Downloading these free tools will get you started Scaling Up Your Business with The Great Game of Business. 

Assess Your Team

The true measure of success is starting with a firm baseline. Before implementing any change it is always a good idea to assess your organization's performance in team meetings, planning, forecasting, rewards, recognition, education and engagement.

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Setting Goals

Goals – Not just any goal. The Critical Goal…THE Critical Number. Your company’s Critical Number is the one metric, either operational or financial, that represents a weakness or vulnerability that, if not addressed and corrected, will negatively impact the overall performance and long-term security of the business. This Critical Number is what represents winning. It serves as a common and clearly defined goal that directs employee focus and demonstrates progress and success.

Critical Number Tool

It's one thing to choose your Critical Number,
but communicating it effectively is a
another ballgame. Use this tool to effectively
communicate the Critical Number to your team
so you can then establish Line of Sight.

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Design Team Job Description

The Design Team builds the top-level game. They are the change mechanism to put in place The Great Game of Business® practices.

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Dollar Exercise

This simple exercise is designed to show your people the line of sight for anyone in your organization so they can see that they can make a dramatic impact.

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"Annual employee turnover has shrunk to about 2% in an industry that averages 50%."

Tasty Catering, GGOB Practitioner




Drive Engagement

A workplace Huddle is more than just a staff meeting. It’s a regular discussion in which attendees address key performance indicators (KPIs) and areas of improvement. These meetings can take place daily or weekly. The purpose of team Huddles are to drive employee engagement and to serve as a self-correcting measure to keep the company on the path toward achieving its goals. To do this we first get employees educated on company financial information and define the numbers that are most important in an organization. This allows employees to understand how their personal actions affect the company’s most important key performance indicators (we call this your Critical Number™).

Effective Staff Meeting Checklist

How effective are your team Huddles? Use this checklist to learn what areas need improvement.

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Act on the Right Drivers Worksheet

Remember People Support What They Help Create. Completing this worksheet with your team will drive engagement and provide a Line of Sight to your Critical Number.

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Downloadable Resources

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Over 300 Downloadable Resources focusing on everything Great Game of Business from Critical Number to High-Involvement Planning.


Training Courses

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These are our full training courses, including The Get in the Game On-Demand Videos, Financial Literacy, and MiniGame Trainings 




Hundreds of pieces of inspiration in 12 Collection Categories. 

10-Steps to Implementation


Walkthrough the 10-steps of implementation in a simple-to-follow way.


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Have you ever wanted to ask a technical question to an expert in implementing The Great Game of Business? In the community, you can do that.


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