On May 3rd, Skeleton Key had the opportunity to host an afternoon segment of ‘The Great Game of Business Forum Day’ which paired members of the St. Louis Open Book Forum group, led by Great Game Coach, Bill Collier and the Australia/New Zealand Mastermind group, led by Ilan Kogus. Mark Richman, President and Owner of Skeleton Key, led the discussion topic: Should I change my culture before I begin transparency? In this picture, Ilan Kogus, Great Game Coach – Australia, gives Mark a token of thanks in the form of a stuffed Kangaroo and custom ink pen at the conclusion of the St. Louis / Australia Business Forum day on May 3rd. Left, Bill Collier. Center, Mark Richman. Right, Ilan Kogus. The forum discussion proved to be rich with content on Great Game sharing practices and creating a culture to promote Great Game strategy. Questions and feedback centered on communication, consistent organization, clarity on goals and providing employees a stake in the outcome. Besides the stop at Skeleton Key, Bill took the group to other local Great Game participants and fabulous St. Louis sites including The Booksource, Favazza’s on the Hill and Ginger Bay Salon and Spa. The Forum Day kicked off the 2011 The Gathering of Games, the only annual conference where the Open-Book 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. Nancy Rodriguez manages Operations & Marketing at Skeleton Key. About Skeleton Key Skeleton Key is an accomplished team of technology consultants who solve business problems. We specialize in the rapid development of custom applications, integrating Macs and PCs in the professional workplace, and providing personalized training. Despite our end-to-end technical skills, we are consultant first and technologist second. We know that you don’t just need technology. You need to know that the technology you choose to deploy will provide the results you desire. Skeleton Key is a Platinum Level FileMaker Business Alliance company, an Authorized FileMaker Trainer, a member of the Apple Consultants Network and a Microsoft Registered Partner.
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