Open Book Management for Beer Wholesalers

Open book management is a system where financial information is shared with employees so that they can make better decisions.

Better decisions lead to better financial outcomes, and better financial outcomes lead to a stronger beer wholesaler business for everyone.

Open Book Management (OBM) requires that you train, empower, trust and reward employees.

  • Train employees in financial literacy so they understand the finances of the business.
  • Empower employees to make decisions and encourage them to do so.
  • Trust employees with sensitive information and reward them when business financial success is achieved.

In these uncertain times, open book management provides a way to manage your business more effectively and to reward your employees for a job well done.

Do you want to learn more about how to implement Open Book Management in your beer business?

In this Live Webinar series you’ll learn step by step how to evaluate, implement and execute an open book management program.

What you’ll get:

  • Checklists and guides to cover the basics of what OBM is (and what it isn’t)
  • Road map to conduct the Financial Huddles, the beating heart of open book management
  • Detailed beer wholesaler financial training program that you can share with everyone in your company
  • Live Q&A with an instructor (yours truly) who has implemented the Open Book Management program

When are the Live Webinars?

  • Fridays at 2pm EST during the month of August
  • Each presentation is 45 minutes in length, with 15 minutes for Live Q&A
  • Replays will be available if you are unable to attend the Live session

How to sign up:

Special Offer: Sign up before July 31st and save $100 off the normal tuition of $499. Just click the blue button below to sign up.

In these uncertain times, open book management provides a way to manage your business more effectively and to reward your employees for a job well done.

Sign up for the Live webinar series to learn how to implement open book management in your beer business.