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Jack Stack is president and CEO of SRC Holdings Corporation. Stack, a graduate of Elmhurst College, came to SRC in 1979 as the plant manager of International Harvester. In 1983, Stack and SRC employees bought the company from Harvester and turned it into, what Inc. magazine proclaimed, “one of America’s most competitive small companies.”
Today, SRC has sales over $600 million and over 1600 employee-owners. He is the author of the Books The Great Game of Business, A Stake in the Outcome, and Change the Game: Saving the American Dream by Closing the Gap Between the Haves and Have-Nots. Jack has been married to his wife, Betsy, for forty-seven years and is the father of five children and grandfather of eleven.
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Rich Armstrong has thirty years of experience in improving business performance and employee engagement through open-book management and employee ownership, with service as a business coach and as a current executive at SRC Holdings Corp.
He coauthored Get in the Game as well as the update of the number one bestseller, The Great Game of Business—20th Anniversary Edition.
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The Great Game of Business is the only business operating system that reconciles the people/profits paradox, balancing the need for profit with the needs of people. In Get In The Game, Steve Baker explains the rules of this Game.
Employee involvement is crucial to High-Involvement Planning. Learn how when you involve everyone in the strategic planning process, their individual tasks become better aligned with the overarching company goals, and that synergy drives success.
When people begin to understand how their contributions impact the business and they are encouraged and rewarded to help it thrive, that’s when they begin to have a stake in the outcome.
The best-seller, The Great Game of Business, started a business revolution by introducing the world to open-book management, a new way of running a business that creates unprecedented profit and employee engagement. Jack will lead you through this entirely different way of running a company that has proven itself in every industry around the world for the past thirty years.
The goal of playing the Great Game of Business has always been to find a new way to teach the have-nots how the have make it. It’s about creating and distributing wealth equitably as a way to close those gaps in wealth that plague our society. In Change the Game Jack will share stories that demonstrate the transformative effects that happen when people embrace a system that makes work fun and rewarding for everyone who plays.