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CM's A Cut Above: Treating Employees Like Owners

Jun 4, 2019
CM's A Cut Above, a landscaping company from Omaha, Nebraska, is featured in Total Landscape Care for their GGOB practices and ownership culture.

Chuck Monico, president of CM's, addresses their challenges in the war for talent as finding employees is becoming increasingly difficult due to extremely low unemployment in Omaha. Read the article to...

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B-School Breakfast Series Featuring the Great Game for Small Businesses

May 23, 2019

 

The Great Game of Business has been implemented in companies of all industries, shapes, and sizes, but now a pilot program has been developed specifically with small businesses in mind. The Great Game for Small Businesses program kicked off earlier this year and was developed to help smaller companies efficiently and effectively  implement The...

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2018 All-Star Venturity Financial Partners Featured on the "Mind  Your Business" Podcast with Loren Feldman

Mar 14, 2019

Venturity Financial Partners' Chris McKee joins host Loren Feldman on the Mind Your Business podcast for discussion on the topic of open-book management. Listen to the founder and CEO of this Dallas-based accounting firm describe the decision to begin implementation of the Great Game, and the impressive financial and cultural changes they've seen...

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Why the Great Game for Small Business is the Next Big Thing

Mar 12, 2019

Biz417 and The Great Game of Business have come together to create a pilot program for small businesses looking to increase profitability, revenue and employee engagement.

417-land companies Cabinet Concepts by DesignVolt Credit UnionMother's Brewing Company and Penn Enterprises, Incalong with California-based Leverage IT Consulting will be...

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On Forbes: Small Business Owner, Michael Kiolbassa credits Great Game with Company Turnaround

Nov 14, 2016

"Michael Kiolbassa, 54, is president of Kiolbassa Provision in San Antonio, TX, a family business his grandfather Rufus Kiolbassa founded in 1945. The company makes handcrafted smoked meats including 25 kinds of sausage and several varieties of bacon. Its products sell in Costco, Wal-Mart and Publix in 47 states. Rufus Kiolbassa died suddenly at...

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Ever-Growing Amy's Ice Creams is Crediting Jack Stack's The Great Game of Business Again

Oct 18, 2016

Article by Dave Sather found at VictoriaAdvocate.com

Life is Uncertain, Eat Dessert First

At age 12, Amy Simmons' life took an unusual turn. Her mother suggested she read the 1,100-page novel "Atlas Shrugged."

Although Amy went on to obtain degrees in psychology and biology, the lessons on capitalism in "Atlas Shrugged" made their mark on a...

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Great Game's Vice President Among International Superstars to Speak at Inc. 5000 Conference

Oct 4, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Springfield, MO The Great Game's Steve Baker Among International Superstars to Speak at Inc. 5000 Conference

As The Great Game of Business appears on the Inc. 5000 - a list of America's fastest growing private companies by Inc. Magazine - this year also brings an exciting opportunity for Steve Baker, Vice President of Great...

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Jack Stack talks SRC and Great Game on KEXB 'Experts in Business" Radio Show

Jul 26, 2016

Founder, President and CEO of SRC Holdings Corporation, Jack Stack discusses the SRC / Great Game story, future plans and 24th Annual Gathering of Games Conference on the KEXB's 'Experts in Business' radio show!

Listen to the Podcast on KEXB's website

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Forbes Reports on Great Game Practitioner, 'How Tasty Catering Is Serving Up A New Generation of Entreprenuers'

Jul 19, 2016

This June, Forbes reported how one of our very own practitioners is changing the spin-off game among entrepreneurs. Tasty Catering from Chicago, IL is the proud parent company of four spin-off, start ups since 2006! And perhaps most impressive, through the growth, Tasty has obtained an annual 2% employee turnover rate in an industry that averages...

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Great Game Practitioner Wall-tech Reducing Job Costs in the Construction Industry

Jul 19, 2016

Faced with an epic task, Rob LeRoy of Wall-Tech, Inc ended up saving $84,000 in labor costs and 1,400 man-hours on three-month, 8,300 sheet, dry wall project. How did he do it? As a Great Game practitioner, LeRoy recounts this common theme in a recent Walls & Ceilings article, “All employees need to feel like they have a stake in the project’s...

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