NEF Webinar: The Great Game of Business
WHEN: Monday, January 11, 2016 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 2:00 p.m. Central / 1:00 p.m. Pacific
PRESENTER: Steve Baker, Vice President, The Great Game of Business Inc.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER: One of Inc. Magazine’s top-rated speakers, Steve Baker co-wrote the update of the #1 bestseller, The Great Game of Business. Known for his engaging and irreverent style, Steve coaches fast growing companies on Open-Book Management, Strategy & Execution, Leadership and Employee Engagement. Having spent two decades struggling to help small-business owners reach their goals without access to key business metrics, going ‘Open-Book’ changed his life. Steve is a career marketing and branding professional and is an award-winning designer.
Webinar Host: Rob Rolves, Vice President, Foreman Fabricators
This is your opportunity to learn more about The Great Game of Business from Steve and get a preview of the classes he will present at METALfab2016 – Greenville, S.C. – March 17 & 18.
• How to Win The Great Game of Business - Attendees will learn the origins and the fundamentals of The Great Game of Business as the most celebrated approach to Open-Book Management.
• Driving Team Performance with Mini-Games Part 1 & Part 2 - Participants will take away the knowledge of how to immediately begin implementing The Great Game of Business into their own business and begin driving results.
• Great Game of Business Production - This is an opportunity to see how removing information constraints can increase production and lower costs. It’s a live, hands-on interactive that should be something you won’t easily forget.
• Contingency Planning, Growth & Innovation Workshop - Attendees will leave understanding the fundamentals of Contingency Planning, Growth & Innovation. Also, you will be given a unique tool to identify, capture, rank, and prioritize innovative products, services, and business ideas.
• A Stake in the Outcome: Designing a Great Bonus Program - In this session, you’ll discover the elements of good bonus plan design, and explore a proven method of progressive, graduated gain-sharing that will have employees forecasting their own bonuses.