Great Game Coaching
There is no quicker, more effective way to implement The Great Game of Business than with the help of a practitioner: someone who’s lived it. Our goal is to give you the tools, information and understanding necessary to be successful. To provide you with the support and extra attention you deserve, our practitioner Coaches have the experience and savvy to give you the hands-on approach you’re looking for, and help you achieve your objectives as quickly as possible.
We have worked with a vast array of companies, implementing Open-Book Management in businesses large and small, public and private, union and non-union, manufacturing, service, distribution and non-profit. We can provide customized assistance on a basis that suits your situation best. You can read more about the Coaching Process below, or click on a Coach to learn more.
Great Game Coaches
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Bill CollierSt. Louis, MO
Chris MillsapPhoenix, AZ
Donna CoppockSpringfield, MO
Kevin VanDykeSt. Augustine, FL
Kevin WalterChicago, IL
Len FalterLemoore, CA
Patrick CarpenterSpringfield, MO
Rich ArmstrongSpringfield, MO
Scott WardMinneapolis, MN
Tom SamselSpringfield, MO
Getting Started – Great Game Implementation
When implementing The Game, the breakthrough comes when companies shift the entire idea of The Game from an event (bonus plan, business literacy program, etc.) to a process and begin to fully embed the process in their business.
The Great Game of Business is a process, a pattern, a system, a strategy, a way of thinking. If you want to fully leverage the power of Open-Book Management you must persistently work the process. What is it, you ask? The following is a list of core characteristics or practices we see most in exceptional Open-Book Management and Great Game of Business companies. These core practices make up the process. They help shape the behaviors and the way of thinking that is critical to making this work.
- Begin with the Right Leadership
- Share the Why before the How
- Open the Books & Teach the Numbers
- Apply High Involvement Planning
- Focus on the Critical Number
- Act on the Right Drivers
- Provide a Stake in the Outcome
- Keep Score
- Follow the Action
- Create an Early Win
To learn more about implementing The Great Game of Business, schedule a free 30 minute coaching session by using the form above or contacting Steve Baker at 417-829-8223 / email@example.com