Open Book Management- Why You Need to Know About It
OPEN BOOK MANAGEMENT
Do you want your employees to take more responsibility for their jobs? Take a greater interest in business results, performance and the growth of your company? To be more engaged? If you answered yes, you’ll love this interview with Chris McKittrick who will explain how open book management can help you achieve all of those goals and more.
What You’ll Discover About Open Book Management:
How open book management differs from traditional financial reporting.
What types of businesses and industries can successfully implement open book management.
How to get your employees onboard this management style.
Why this management style is called “The Great Game of Business.”
How open book management helps in leadership succession planning.
And much more.
Guest: Chris McKittrick, CPA, CGMA, MBA
Chris McKittrick is a Certified Coach for The Great Game of Business – the most celebrated approach to open-book management and the only business operating system that is proven to drive Rapid Financial Results and Lasting Cultural Change™
Chris has 40 years of business experience in leadership positions in audit, financial management, and information systems. He has worked in a broad range of industries including public accounting, hospitality and gaming, manufacturing, software, public relations/advertising, state government and professional associations. His roles have included vice president/chief financial officer, internal audit director, information systems director, information systems audit, reengineering team leader, and corporate/division controller.
Chris McKittrick is currently an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Accounting in the Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University. As a full-time and adjunct lecturer since 2010, he has taught over 10,000 students in undergraduate and graduate classes including financial and managerial accounting, planning and budgeting, fraud and internal controls.
Chris formerly served as director of Members in Business, Industry, and Government for the AICPA. He obtained both his BS and MBA from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, and is a CPA/CGMA. He was a CFE from 2009 through 2018.