Gathering of Games 2013: Day Two
The theme for this year’s 2013 Gathering of Games Conference is “Creating a Winning Culture.” The sessions have been squarely focused on how internal corporate culture radically and directly affects your entire business, including your relationships with your clients, and ultimately your bottom line.
In particular, there’s a real focus on how to exceed expectations -- how to go above and beyond to really engage people and empower them to go above and beyond in return.
The principles of open book management are founded on the concept that if you give people the right tools and the means to understand how to work with those tools, you make it possible for people to do great things.
That’s what Duo believes, and that’s why we engage in open book management ourselves. But I couldn’t help but be struck by the many parallels between this philosophy and what we try to do with the clients and partners that we work with every day.
We’re constantly trying to build the right tools for our clients so that they can then, in turn, use those tools to power their organizations.
Whether it’s a focus on building Content Marketing Platforms or Enterprise Social Networks, we’re creating websites based on the very same principles we thrive on at Duo -- creating and using great applications and tools to engage and improve.