Tasty Catering’s Chief Procurement Officer, Kevin Walter, was featured in the Elk Grove Village BizHub article, “Getting Employees to Think (and Act) Like Owners“.
Do you wish your front-line staff were more engaged? If so, you’re not alone. The most recent Gallup study shows that 70% of American workers are ‘not engaged’ or ‘actively disengaged’ from their workplaces and, therefore, are less likely to be productive. So what’s a business owner or executive to do?
Management at Elk Grove-based Tasty Catering faced the same challenge—and they found a solution in The Great Game of Business (GGOB), a leadership model designed to teach employees to think and act like owners.
Since implementing GGOB in 2011, Tasty Catering has seen a 75% increase in profits. Meanwhile, Kevin Walter, Principal at Tasty Catering, has become such a believer that he is now a certified Great Game of Business Coach.
“Great Game of Business is the only sensible way to run a company,” he says.