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Case Studies

Browsing: all-star-award-winner

Fresno First Bank

Company Background

Fresno First Bank is a community bank started in 2005 that is dedicated to meeting the banking needs of businesses, professionals, and successful individuals in central California. The bank’s board of directors wanted to find a way to increase its bottom line by reducing expenses.

Continue to Case Study » 10.09.2015 / All-Star Award Winner, Professional Services, Rewards & Incentives, Cost Reduction

AEP SWEPCO Pirkey Power Plant

Company Background

The H.W. Pirkey Power Plant, located in Hallsville, Texas, has been providing low-cost, reliable power to its customers since 1985. The plant’s operators were looking for a way to reduce costs through employee engagement.

Continue to Case Study » 10.09.2015 / Energy, All-Star Award Winner, Cost Reduction, Buy-In

O’Connells OBM

Company Background

O’Connells OBM is a progressive chartered accounting firm based in Brisbane, Australia, that specializes in providing its clients with proactive tax and business advisory services. The OBM in the firm’s name is short for open-book management, which the company first em-braced some 15 years ago.

Continue to Case Study » 09.24.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, Award Winner, Industry, International Accounting Service

Argent Tape & Label

Company Background

Argent Tape & Label (ATL) is a manufacturer in Plymouth, Michigan, which produces pres-sure-sensitive labels used by industrial customers in the automotive, pharmaceutical and consumer industries.

Continue to Case Study » 09.23.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, manufacturing

Jenner Sales Corp.

Company Background

Jenner Sales Corp., now in its 53rd year of business, is the Case IH Agriculture Application Equipment Distributor for the states of Illinois and Indiana.

Continue to Case Study » 09.23.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, Distribution, Agriculture

Texas Air Composites

Company Background

Texas Air Composites, Inc. is an award-winning “overhaul” facility that repairs the sheet-metal, composite, and welded structures of airplanes for commercial and regional air carriers. Its clients include Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, Comair, SkyWest, Air Wisconsin, America West, Frontier Air, Cathay Pacific, Mesa Airlines, and WestJet. The five-year-old company has 72 employees (largely in sales, operations, engineering, purchasing, information technology, quality, and administration) and generates annual sales of $10 million.

Continue to Case Study » 06.22.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, manufacturing, Efficiency, Morale, Award Winner

NewStream Enterprises

Company Background

NewStream Enterprises, an SRC company that has been playing the Game since its birth in 1990, provides customized product-flow management services to manufacturing companies large and small. Its 60 employee-owners label, pack, store, control, and ship customers’ products all over the world. Today, NewStream (Springfield, MO) generates annual revenue of $37 million.

Continue to Case Study » 05.28.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, manufacturing, Efficiency, Rewards & Incentives, Buy-In

Clarke EyeCare Center

Company Background

Dr. Calvin Clarke opened Clarke EyeCare Center in Wichita Falls, Texas, back in 1973. His son, Danny, and his daughter-in-law, Elizabeth – who met each other at optometry school – then joined the practice in 1995. In 2010, the younger Clarke's bought the business - which provides optometry services, prescription glasses and contact lens - though the senior Dr. Clarke continues to see patients. The Clarke's began playing The Great Game of Business a few months after the change in ownership.

Continue to Case Study » 05.23.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, Professional Services, Rewards & Incentives, Cost Reduction

Integrity Technology Solutions

Company Background

The truth is that Integrity founder Harlan Geiser first read the book, “The Great Game of Business” back in 1999, after which he picked a few concepts to implement like sharing revenues and handing out year-end bonuses. But after few successful years, those practices fell by the wayside. When the recession hit and the company lost money for the first time in its history during the first quarter of 2009, Geiser was ready for a change. After meeting with GGOB practitioner Jack O’Riley, Geiser decided it was time to revisit GGOB once again.

Continue to Case Study » 05.22.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, Technical Services, Rewards & Incentives, Award Winner, Cost Reduction

Sun Design

Company Background

Started nearly two decades ago in Burke, Virginia, Sun Design – which focuses exclusively on the residential home renovation market – operates under the principles of truth, charity and fun. The company began playing the Great Game of Business in 2008 under the guidance of its owners – Craig Durosko and Bob Gallagher– and the company’s Game Master, Sandy Harris. “We stumbled a bit in the beginning implementing things like MiniGames,™” she says. “But we have continued to get better at playing the Game and it has made a huge difference in our results.”

Continue to Case Study » 05.22.2014 / All-Star Award Winner, Professional Services, Morale, Rewards & Incentives, Award Winner, Buy-In
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