- Taschenbuch: 304 Seiten
- Verlag: Crown Business (1. Oktober 1994)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 038547525X
- ISBN-13: 978-0385475259
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,5 x 2,1 x 23,3 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 9 Kundenrezensionen
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The Great Game of Business: Unlocking the Power and Profitability of Open-Book Management (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Oktober 1994
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"This is the brilliant story of the most radical act committed by a businessman in this century. You can't run or manage your business the old way once you read The Great Game." -- Paul Hawken
Profiles the workers and managers of a small engine remanufacturing operation in Springfield, Missouri and the new approach to management they revolutionized when their parent company, International Harvester, went out of business. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
With contributions by Bo Burlingham, Stack wrote this book (first published in 1992) partly in response to that question. He introduces "The Higher Laws of Business":
1. You get what you give.
2. Its easy to stop one guy, but it's pretty hard to stop 100.
3. What goes around comes around.
4. You do what you gotta do.
5. You gotta wanna.
6. You can sometimes fool the fans, but you can never fool the players.
7. When you raise the bottom, the top rises.
8. When people set their own targets, they usually hit them.
9. If nobody pays attention, people stop caring.
10. As they say in Missouri: Shit rolls downhill. By which we mean change begins at the top.
To these Stack adds "The Ultimate Higher Law": When you appeal to the highest level of thinking, you get the highest level of performance. These are the eleven laws on which Stack's system of open-book management is based. He explains each in thorough detail. Let's say that you agree that these laws make sense, that they are relevant to your own organization. Now what?
Pretend that you have entered "Stack's Open-Book Management Store." He greets you at the door. For the next several hours, he guides you through an abundance of strategies, tactics, measurement instruments, communication devices, policies, procedures, etc. He answers all of your questions.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
Goal, World Class Mfg., Re-Engineering America, etc. and this
is by far the most useful book I have read. This book shows
you how to get all of your employees motivated to a COMMON
GOAL, and that goal has two parts. #1) Pre-tax Profits and
#2) Equity in Stock. Jack Stack shows you how to get ALL of
your employees to focus on and really understand where these two
two numbers come from and how each employee contributes to these
numbers. Implementing JIT, Total Quality Mgmnt, Preventive
maintenance, etc. will always meet with limited success in a company
if its employees don't understand how they contribute to
or benefit from improving items #1 and #2 above.
This book shows you exactly how to do that.
I am just beginning to start my own manufacturing company
and plan to implement MANY of the ideas from this book.
I will use it as our company bible.......or at least until
Jack Stack writes a second edition.
People must have confidence in, and be willing to invest in themselves. They must know how they fit in to the company, where the money comes from, where it goes, and what drives the business. Jack reccomends playing The Great Game by providing people with the knowledge and information necessary to make intellegent decisions, build confidence, and develop a sense of purpose for what they do. Open book management is a key ingredient to furthering this goal.
Cannot wait for a web company to come up with the Intranet publishing tools to "web-cast" the Great Game of Business on companies' intranets!
The Game is well laid out and easy to follow, even without an MBA in finance. That's the whole key, the Game is business, and knowledge is truly powerful in an open-book enterprise!
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How can people play the game if they don't know the rules or how to keep score? Open book management means you teach people how business works, you share financials and you reward... Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 20. März 2000 von Terry Gold
What a refreshing way to look at business! Take away the secrets and make it easier for employees to understand the business and they will take the lead in making things work. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 6. März 2000 von Cindi Barnett
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