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FinanceLibraryResourcesSeptember 2017

The Business Case for Open-Book Management

Also from Forbes this month, Bill Fotsch and John Case dive into the perks of an open-book management system and how it can improve your business. Open-book management means sharing your business economics with your employees in a way that engages them to help the company make more money. Some of the competitive advantages include engaged employees, better front-line relations with customers, quicker responses to customer needs, and more fun. Learn more about how open-book management will change your business, here.