Each year for the last 29 years, this community of “game changers” have gathered together from around the world to learn, share, and celebrate the principles and practices of The Great Game of Business management operating system at the world’s largest conference on open-book management.
Being my very first experience with this conference and being very new to the GGOB, I was impressed by the excitement, positive vibe, and inspirational stories of companies that play the game.
The energy of other Great Gamers in a year of crisis was refreshing. It's great to see how others use the game in their business and where they are on their journey.
Real-time, Face-to-Face Engagement
Advice and Support from Like-Minded Business Leaders
Rich and Interactive Networking Features
AI-powered Peer-to-Peer Matchmaking
Private 1:1 Meetings
Discussion and Collaboration
Innovative Best Practices
Business Peers Are Your Best Teachers
Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Sharing Conversations
40+ Live, Highly Interactive Breakouts, Workshops and Panels
Small Group Roundtables
Ask An Expert Lunches
Livestream Talks from Practicing Businesses
Livestream MiniGame™ Showcase
Livestream All-Star Recognition and Best Practices Highlights
Earn Continued Education Credits
About two years ago, we recommitted ourselves to the Great Game of Business “operating system” of open-book management. We did this for a variety of reasons but one of the most important was our desire to really lean into the HIP process. Our leadership team felt that this was an important element of the GGOB on which we had not executed well when we initially adopted the GGOB process in 2013.
We knew that we could not do this on our own so we asked the GGOB to provide a coach for us and we were fortunate to get Rich Armstrong to lead us through this process. Rich is an expert at HIP and he took time to explain “the why” behind the HIP process and how important it is to help a company plan its future and identify contingencies so that you stay on plan. He also emphasized the importance of creating a rhythm for meeting to discuss our one, three and five year plans. This has been extraordinarily helpful to our team.