Jack Stack: Founder and CEO of SRC Holdings and The Great Game of Business
Bo Burlingham: Best-Selling Author and co-writer of The Great Game of Business: The Only Sensible Way to Run a Company
Darren Dahl: Writer and co-author of Change The Game: Saving The American Dream By Closing The Gap Between The Haves And The Have-Nots
The name of the Game in 2020 is resilience and adaptability. In his keynote speech at the upcoming Great Game of Business conference, Jack Stack, the co-founder, president, and CEO of SRC Holdings Corporation, will share insights about how his company is adjusting and evolving to the realities of the marketplace—while also planning ahead for the future. In fact, Stack’s advice is that the pandemic helps prove that organizations need to plan harder and further ahead than ever.
After that, you'll get a chance to hear the story behind the story of the Great Game of Business. Jack, along with Bo Burlingham, former editor at Inc. magazine, reflect back on how they came to write the book (and its sequel, A Stake in the Outcome) that has helped transform thousands of lives over the past 20 years. Joining them is Darren Dahl, Stack’s co-author on his latest book, Change the Game, to discuss how the Game has evolved over the years and why its principles and practices are more relevant today than ever before.
Gary Hamel: Director of the Management Lab and Faculty at London School of Business – Gary is one of the world’s most influential and iconoclastic business thinkers, and co-author of the new book Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them. Back on the Great Game stage by popular demand, Gary gives his insights on why only 29% of Americans believe capitalism benefits the average American… and what we can do about it.
Barbara Horton: Senior Principle and Co-CEO of HLB Lighting - Barbara is a lighting designer who works with clients from all over the world. She recognizing the challenges of today’s environmental stewardship for lighting conservation is an opportunity to create smart solutions that balance budgets and functionality with quality lighting experiences.
Ari Weinzweig: Co-Founder and CEO of Zingerman’s Community of Businesses – A pioneer in the open-book management world, best-selling author and co-founder of one of the most famous delis in America, Ari will take a look at how the impact of our beliefs plays out in our day to day experiences in the workplace, and how we and our workplaces are impacted by those beliefs.
Brandon Copeland: Linebacker for the New England Patriots and Professor at the Wharton School of Business – Cope is passionate about empowering individuals to control their destiny through financial literacy. In addition to being a fierce competitor on the grid iron, he’s the creator of “Life 101” financial literacy course at the University of Pennsylvania and creator and host of the “Money Talks” webinar series for all NFL players.
Suranga Herath: President of English Tea Company - We love tea, and want to spread that love, which is why at English Tea Shop it is our mission to deliver the best possible cuppa. http://www.etsteas.co.uk.
Tonia Morris: Founder and CEO of Simply HR Inc. and Catalyst for Culture Change - Tonia is a 25-year HR veteran who speaks nationally on the topics of diversity, equity and inclusion. Her approach to diversity in the workplace is less about compliance (“checking a box”) and instead focuses on breaking down barriers and adding diversity of thought (“burning the box”) to the benefit of the whole organization.
Patty McCord: Co-creator of the Netflix Culture Deck and Netflix’s original Chief Culture Officer - As a teaser to next year’s full keynote when we are once again live and in person, you will be part of a LIVE recording of the Change the Game Podcast with Patty as our special guest.