The 25th Annual Gathering of Games: All-Star Reunion
World’s Largest Open-Book Management Conference
Dallas, TX | September 6-8, 2017
The Annual Gathering of Games, presented by the Great Game of Business, is the only conference where the open-book management community comes together from around the world to learn, share, and celebrate the principles and practices of The Great Game of Business and open-book management. Hundreds of open-book practitioners attend this conference every year to learn innovative best practices, help introduce new employees to OBM, re-energize current employees with new ideas, & connect with other OBM practitioners.
This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Gathering of Games conference, and we are excited to celebrate with a tip of the hat to the “Best of the Best” – 17 years of Great Game All-Stars. We’ve got a jam-packed agenda, including 35 breakout sessions, 10 roundtable discussions, nine pre-conference workshops, three OBMx “practitioner talks”, and the recognition of the 2017 All-Star Team of practitioners.
Bring four or more from your team and save an additional $50 per person.
About The Great Game of Business
The Great Game of Business, Inc. was established to help companies implement the open-book management practices outlined in the book The Great Game of Business. We are the educational wing of SRC Holdings Corporation, where the business philosophy of open-book management was developed by our President and CEO, Jack Stack, more than 30 years ago.
Originally established to handle a high-demand for company tours and visits after the book’s release, The Great Game of Business, Inc. is now the largest and most well-known resource for open-book management training and education.
We provide expert training and coaching services for companies interested in implementing open-book management in their organization. In addition, we sponsor an annual conference where open-book companies gather to learn and share best practices.
The Great Game of Business, Inc. has hosted more than 6,000 companies around the world — including Southwest Airlines, Harley-Davidson and Whole Foods Market.