The Great Game of Business is a powerful operating system that has changed countless lives and organizations over the last 40 years.  Join us at one of our upcoming events to see The Game in action and to learn how to effectively implement and sustain The Game in your organzation.

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VIRTUAL EVENT

Discover the Game

Who should attend? 

  • Business owners and leaders new to The Great Game of Business® who are considering implementation.
  • Entrepreneurs who are "stuck" and want to take their business...and their people...to the next level.

What you get:

  • a financial literacy exercise you can employ in your business today

  • strategies that motivate across the generational gap

  • insights on how to gain trust and alignment through financial transparency

  • all the basics of our operating system in order to decide if it's right for your company

  • the opportunity to ask a Great Game Certified Coach any questions you have about the Great Game of Business 

Discover the Game

 

Dates:
February 27 - 10:30am  to 12:00pm
March 28 - 10:30am  to 12:00pm
April 30 - 10:30am  to 12:00pm
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SPRINGFIELD, MO

The Great Game Experience
Workshop

Who should attend? 

  • Companies new to the Great Game of Business.
  • Employees (especially leadership) from current practitioners.

What to expect: 

  • be immersed in The Great Game of Business "WHY" through different experiences throughout the SRC and Springfield community.
  • have the opportunity to develop buy-in to the concepts of the Great Game by seeing/feeling the Game in action.
  • receive real, actionable takeaways that you can use right away.
  • see when (and why) GGOB does and doesn't work.
  • explore if your leadership team is the right fit for GGOB.
  • be introduced to the Great Game "HOW" at a high level. 
  • learn how to activate employees to solve your company's biggest problems.
  • be introduced to a vast library of resources to help with Great Game implementation and sustainability, including the Coaching Journey, the Community site, and the annual Conference. 

Education Credits: 

7.25 for HR, 8.5 for CPAs

 

DATES:
March 12-14, 2024
June 25-27, 2024
November 12-14, 2024
January 21-23, 2025
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The Great Game of Business Master Business Course

Who should attend? 

  • Companies new to the Great Game of Business.
  • Companies looking to start implementation that aren't ready for a business coach

What you get: 

  • Direct learning from Steve Baker and Jack Stack
  • 7 core learning modules
  • Toolkit to speed along your implementation quickly and easily
  • Weekly live group coaching sessions
  • Community networking, masterminding, and peer support

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Master Business Course

 

Kansas City, MO And Virtual

Annual Great Game of Business Conference

Who should attend? 

  • Business owners, leaders, and team members ready to do business differently
  • Business professionals looking for "best practices" and actionable tools to change the trajectory of their business

What you get:

  • Insightful mainstage presentations
  • A variety of practitioner- and coach-led breakout sessions
  • Curated small group discussions
  • 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches and multiple snack breaks
  • Online networking before, during and after the event
  • 45-day on-demand access to recorded sessions

Education Credits: 

13.5 for HR, 16.2 for CPAs

 

DATES:

>Conference Main Event: September 10-12, 2024
  >>CEO Summit, The Game Overview, and various half-day workshops: September 10 (8am-5pm) 
  >>Networking Reception: September 10 (Time TBD)

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Want us to come to you?

Explore our private events.

AT YOUR LOCATION

High-Involvement Planning™ Private Workshop

Who should attend? 

  • Implemented practitioners who want to dive deep into strategic planning and get their people fully involved in the planning process.
  • Executive teams who are involved with the company's annual planning process.
  • Members of the sales & marketing team are charged with developing and delivering the company's annual plan.
  • Companies onboarding leadership who already understand the 10 steps of implementation.

What to expect: 

 Participants will learn our proven 10-step strategic planning process that is market-driven, fosters planning participation, buy-in, accountability, and commitment to the plan. You'll set short and long-term goals, build financial plans, contingency plans, and people/succession plans.

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High-Involvement Planning Workshop (1)

 

 

AT YOUR LOCATION

Get in the Game Private Workshop

Who should attend? 

  • Business owners, leaders and key decision makers who really want to understand how The Great Game of Business works, and learn how to implement it in their organizations
  • New employees and front-line workers looking to get a big-picture view of The Great Game business operating system, including how it works and how they can contribute to its success
  • Anyone wanting to learn about The Great Game implementation process
  • Anyone looking to see first-hand how The Game works from the birthplace of Open-book Management, SRC Holdings Corp. in Springfield, MO

 

What to expect: 

Expect an in-depth view of how you can effectively play The Game within your organization. This training is led by VP of The Great Game of Business, Steve Baker. Steve guides participants through two days of impactful training sessions that include a detailed look at Great Game’s “10-Step Approach to GGOB Implementation”.

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VIRTUAL OR AT YOUR LOCATION

Personal Finance Workshop

Who should attend? 

  • Anyone looking to get a better understanding of their personal finances
  • Those tasked with helping associates improve their personal financial literacy
  • Anyone who wants to teach this to their family, friends, churches, schools, not-for-profits, etc.

What to expect: 

This personal finance workshop walks the participant through how to fill out a personal income statement and balance sheet with their own information. Then the instructor goes over what the numbers mean and gives options on how to improve key metrics like debt-to-income. The class goes over amortization tables showing how interest you pay or receive can compound and add up over time.

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Have questions? Reach out to discuss your options.

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Rhonda Chapman
Rhonda Chapman

 

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