Elizabeth Wilder and Anthony Wilder give remarks after receiving the Hall of Fame award from The Great Game of Business.
Photo courtesy of Anthony Wilder Design/Build
Elizabeth and Anthony Wilder of Anthony Wilder Design/Build in Potomac were inducted into The Great Game of Business (GGOB) Hall of Fame at the GGOB’s 25th Annual Conference, ”The Gathering of the Games,” recently.
The Hall of Fame Award is an honor bestowed upon an organization that has implemented the principles of GGOB and open-book management successfully for more than 10 years and has demonstrated a willingness to tell others about the methodology.
In receiving the honor, the Wilders said that recognizing a great idea, hiring a coach to help navigate the complexities of the game, and sticking with it by finding someone within the organization to manage the process and support everyone on the team are the three key elements of their successful implementation of The Great Game of Business.
“Our approach to open book management is the foundation of our ownership culture,” said Anthony Wilder, managing principal of Anthony Wilder Design/Build in statement. “Profitability is part of our plan for success and we plan to use our good fortune to make a difference in the world.”
“We are honored to be the 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee,” added Liz Wilder, president of Anthony Wilder Design/Build. “We all have a common goal, which is to create a trusting culture where each person takes ownership and responsibility for the company’s growth.”
The Great Game of Business is modeled on the open-book management principles developed by Jack Stack and outlined in his 1994 book, “The Great Game of Business.”
For more information about Anthony Wilder Design/Build, visit www.anthonywilder.com. To learn more about The Great Game of Business, visit www.greatgame.com.