The Open-Book Experience
is based on the premise that "a company performs best when its people see themselves as partners in the business." By describing precise ways that dozens of firms of all sizes and types have already developed just such a partnership by sharing with all employees the corporate financial information that once was reserved for the boardroom, John Case, a nationally recognized authority on this so-called open-book style of management, shows how the strategy can lead directly to improved morale, increased production, and boosted profits.
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About the Author
Chuck Kremer, CPA, is Senior Business-Literacy Consultant for Boulder-based Educational Discoveries. An originator of The Financial Game for Decision Making™,” he teaches financial-literacy courses to managers and executives around the country.Ron Rizzuto, PH.D., is a professor of finance at the University of Denver, where he co-founded the entrepreneurship program at the Daniels College of Business.John Case is executive editor of the newsletter division at Harvard Business School Publishing. A former senior editor and senior writer for Inc. magazine, he is the author of numerous feature stories and several books on entrepreneurship and open-book management.