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The World's Largest Conference on Open-Book Management To Be Held in Dallas


Don't miss The 26th Annual Gathering of Games. Join hundreds of open-book practitioners to learn innovative best practices from great speakers, help introduce new employees to open-book management and re-energize current employees with new ideas.

DALLAS (PRWEB) August 21, 2018

The Great Game of Business announced today that it is still accepting registrants for its 2018 annual conference, scheduled for Sept. 5-7 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. Known as The Gathering of Games, it is the world's largest open-book management (OBM) conference.

More than 700 business leaders and key influencers from companies considering implementing open-book management are expected to attend the conference along with existing practitioners. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn and share the culture-changing principles of OBM, as well as celebrate Great Game "All-Stars" – the best of the best open-book practitioners over the past 18 years.

"We strive to make the event highly interactive, providing lots of opportunities for networking and idea sharing," said Conference Manager Kristi Stringer.

The conference, named as one of 7 'Can't Miss' Conferences For Entrepreneurs in 2018 by Forbes, will feature more than 54 educational breakout sessions, including 5 roundtable discussions, 5 MiniGame Design Studio sessions, nine pre-conference workshops, three OBMx "practitioner talks" and keynote speeches from two of the world's most influential business minds: Jack Stack and Ann Rhoades. The conference qualifies for continuing education credits for accounting, HR, and supply chain management professions as well.

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About The Great Game of Business

Based in Springfield, MO, The Great Game of Business provides expert training and coaching services for companies interested in implementing open-book management in their organization. Recently, Forbes magazine wrote an in-depth article explaining The Great Game approach and its origins at SRC Holdings, Inc. with the article, Gaming The System: How a Traditional Manufacturer Opened Its Books And Turned Employees Into Millionaires.

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