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!Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Missouri Southern State University is set to roll out a first-of-it's kind initiative, they call it "The Great Game of Education". The Great Game's partnership with the university is designed to create a culture of openness, employment and financial awareness on campus.
This fall, a number of faculty and administrative staff teams will come...Read More
Anthony Wilder Design/Build adopted The Great Game of Business’ way of thinking and became a GGOB All-star in 2009. Now, in 2016, they are taking the next step in playing The Game by becoming fully Employee Owned. MSNBC reports how Open-Book Management propelled this DC design firm into a thriving turnaround in the last 7 years.
Springfield, MO – January 29, 2016 – This week, Forbes launched America’s Best Small Companies list. The Great Game of Business is proud to announce that eight of the 25 honorees are Great Game of Business practitioners. By implementing the Great Game of Business, companies are building sustainable financial health, one of the six criteria to...Read More
SPRINGFIELD, MO – 1983 marked the birth of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks (BBBSO) and Springfield Remanufacturing Company’s (SRC) Great Game of Business (GGOB) in Springfield, Missouri. While each organization has individually made a significant impact on the community, 31 years later they are creating a strong partnership to make an even...Read More
The Great Game of Business, the open-book management practice developed at Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation by entrepreneur Jack Stack in the early 80s, impacts the community by bringing transparency to government, higher-education and non-profit organizations through partnerships with Greene County, Missouri Southern State University and...Read More
Open-book management, developed at Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation (SRC) by entrepreneur Jack Stack in the early 80s, is an effective management strategy that encourages employees to think like business owners and has proven to drive financial results and lasting cultural change in organizations of all types. The Great Game of Business –...Read More