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Willoway Nurseries

Company Background

Willoway Nurseries is a wholesale grower of trees, shrubs, perennials and seasonal color crops that ships to retailers and contractors in 26 states. The company was searching for a way to operate leaner and to get its workforce, employees in the field and in the back-office, on the same page.

Continue to Case Study » 10.09.2015 / communication, Cost Reduction, Rookie of the Year Finalist, Agriculture

Mid America Metals

Company Background

Mid America Metals has been providing metal, stone, wood and glass refinishing and restoration services to primarily commercial office buildings across the U.S. for 30 years. The company was looking for a way to tie its distributed workforce together using the financials of the business as the backbone.

Continue to Case Study » 10.09.2015 / communication, Morale, Restoration, All-Star Award Finalist

SRC Electrical

Company Background

SRC Electrical, which re-manufactures starters, alternators, and generators for the agricultural and construction industries, has been playing the GGOB since its start as a joint venture with Case New Holland back in 1991. Over time, and especially after the company became entirely owned by SRC in 2009, SRC Electrical has become one of open-book management’s most prominent evangelists. Today, it serves as a showcase for visitors interested in learning how to play the GGOB from the best of the very best.

Continue to Case Study » 10.09.2015 / communication, manufacturing, Hall of Fame Inductee

Be Found Online

Company Background

BFO (Be Found Online) is a Chicago-based digital marketing agency that delivers organic media, paid media, local search, and digital analytics solutions to medium-sized and enterprise-level businesses. The company discovered the Great Game of Business based on its interest in the so-called “gamification” of business.

Continue to Case Study » 09.30.2015 / Marketing, communication, Buy-In, Rookie of the Year Finalist

Jim’s Formal Wear

Company Background

Launched in 1964 with a modest supply of black and white tuxedos, Jim’s Formal Wear (Trenton IL) has grown into one of the nation’s largest and most respected merchandisers of tuxedos, special-occasion finery, and accessories. Today, the company’s 500 employees, who operate 8 regional distribution centers and 16 retail stores, service nearly 4,000 dealers—mostly mom-and- pop bridal and tuxedo shops. Jim’s generates annual revenue of $35 million.

Continue to Case Study » 05.28.2014 / communication, Hall of Fame Inductee, Wholesale Trade, Cost Reduction

Kindermusik International

Company Background

Kindermusik International (Greensboro, NC) is an award-winning provider of innovative music-education programs for young children (up to age 7) and their parents and caregivers. Its 5,200 licensed educators in 35 countries teach music and movement classes using Kindermusik’s own age-appropriate lesson plans, books, audio CDs, instruments, games, and other activities. The 25-year-old company is managed by its 55 enthusiastic employee-owners.

Continue to Case Study » 05.28.2014 / communication, Rewards & Incentives, Cost Reduction, All-Star Award Finalist, Education

Stellar Call Centre Solutions

Company Background

Stellar Asia Pacific and its global network of affiliates deliver contact-management and business-process solutions to some of the world’s most-admired companies. With more than 6,000 employees in 19 offices, Stellar handles 300+ million contacts and 100 million transactions every year. Its services include sales generation, customer care, tech support, surveying and the processing of payables, receivables and applications. Based in Australia, the company was founded on open-book principles in 1998.

Continue to Case Study » 05.22.2014 / Administrative Services, All-Star Award Winner, communication, Morale

Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen

Company Background

The Macayo’s family-owned restaurant tradition began in 1946, when Woody and Victoria Johnson opened their first café in Phoenix. Today, Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen is an award-winning chain of 14 restaurants that ring up annual sales of $35 million. Its 1,200 employees have been playing The Great Game of Business since June 2008.

Continue to Case Study » 05.22.2014 / communication, Cost Reduction, All-Star Award Finalist, Food Services

Greene County, MO

Company Background

Greene County is located in Southwest Missouri with a population of some 275,174, making it the fourth most populous county in Missouri. Its county seat is Springfield – home of SRC and The Great Game of Business. Due to the success of companies like SRC, Bass Pro Shops and O’Reilly Auto Parts, Greene County ranks in the top five counties nationwide based on economic strength and viability.

Continue to Case Study » 05.22.2014 / communication, Government, Buy-In, Rookie of the Year Finalist

Advantax Group

Company Background

David LeVan founded Advantax Group, which provides corporate property tax consulting and compliance services, back in 1995 after a successful career working at Kraft Foods and Coopers & Lybrand. While the company has a 20-year track record in saving its clients time and money, it was a chance encounter with Tom Walter of Tasty Catering in Chicago in 2012 that turned LeVan on to the potential opportunities of embracing the GGOB in his business – an effort the firm kicked off in January 2013.

Continue to Case Study » 03.25.2014 / communication, Professional Services, Rewards & Incentives, Rookie of the Year Winner
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