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Don't Navigate Business Alone

Chances are this is not the first time you have searched for a system to help your business run more effectively. You’ve probably read books, been to webinars, attended conferences, all due to the overwhelming need to improve your organization. Well, you are not alone. Entrepreneurs worldwide have followed your same path, with similar results.

The Great Game of Business is not a system, a philosophy, an attitude, or a methodology. It’s all those things and more. It’s about tapping into the universal desire to be a winner. We know from experience that the best, most efficient, most profitable way to operate a business is to educate everybody on how the business works, give them a voice in saying how the company is run, and provide them a stake in the financial outcome: good or bad.



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Is It Competitors You Fear – Or Your Own Employees?

Jack Stack_Speaking-1“Sad to say, a lot of companies hide their financials not because they’re afraid of their competitors, but because they’re afraid of their employees. They don’t think people will understand the numbers, and there’s some truth to that. If you don’t show employees how to use financial information as a tool to help the company, they might well use it as a weapon against the company. When the numbers are hidden, people make assumptions, and they’re often crazy ones. Nine times out of ten, people think a company has a lot more money to spend on wages and salaries than it does. So, share the numbers, even if you don’t go the distance in educating your workforce. You won’t eliminate all the suspicions people have about your motives or their doubts about the way you run the company. But at least you’ll avoid some of the wild assumptions people draw when they have no information about the company’s real situation— assumptions that can lead to very destructive behavior.” - Jack Stack, CEO, SRC Holdings