Quote from the book
The Great Game of Business

“The Great Game of Business key philosophy is to teach employees to think and act like owners. Over the years, a number of ‘Higher Laws of Business’ have been created. You won’t find them taught at Harvard University’s MBA program or in the world dictionary of business idioms. Instead, these common-sense laws exist in the minds and souls of street smart people and have real-life experience in the world of business. By getting people to think at the highest level, you make it possible for them to perform up to the peak of their abilities.” These rules describe the culture that is foundational to The Great Game of Business.”

Origins of the Great Game of Business

Higher Law #1 You Get What You Give

Employees have to understand that they have a direct role to play in creating the kind of company they want and that creating such a company is their responsibility. You spend a good portion of your waking hours at work, so why not make it more than just “screwing parts together” and punching the clock?

Higher Law #2 It’s Easy to Stop One Guy, but It’s Pretty Hard to Stop One Hundred

Successful businesses have employees who depend on one another and keep their promises and commitments to and with each other. The more engaged employees are in the business, the better the outcomes. If they are focused on a common goal, are armed with the knowledge to act, have the freedom to go after it, and have fire in the belly, they are unstoppable. They almost always exceed expectations.

Higher Law #3 What Goes Around, Comes Around

Lying and dishonesty have no place in business, nor does taking advantage of people or bosses acting like SOBs. We’ve all seen it—karma’s effect as we see bad actors finally get their comeuppance. You only gain credibility by telling the truth. Business doesn’t work unless employees believe you and one another. Be the kind of person you want to work for and with. Let someone else keep karma busy.

Ultimate Higher Law

The Great Game of Business is an open book management operating system that teaches team members to think and act like business owners. Providing team members with the ability to understand the company’s financial status and goals allows them to make informed business decisions.

Each team member is accountable and responsible for projecting and controlling revenues and expenses within their area. Understanding how each action affects the corporate goal, motivates team members to work better and contribute to the corporate goal.

This system gets everyone involved at every level which results in:

  • 6X increase in PROFIT GROWTH
  • 2X increase in REVENUE GROWTH
  • 3X the national average in EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

If you are truly ready to experience this kind of growth, perhaps you’re ready to play The Great Game of Business®.

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