Introducing a better way to collaborate: PLX Pod

You are cordially invited to be an important contributor to a PLX Pod.  Designed to improve the performance of your enterprise, the PLX Pod will carefully curate a peer grouping that offers a better way to expand your leadership capabilities. 

PLX is a Kansas City based think tank dedicated to helping boards do better. Founded on the principle that superior planning, leadership and execution leads to best in class performance. We believe that the PLX Pod is an improvement over the typical “circle” of peers.  Why?

  • Participants are recommended and invited based on their acumen and their grasp of an “abundancy theory”—the more you give, the more you get.

  • Participants are expected to share best practices and data which will be gathered and guarded for privacy, only for Pod dissemination.

  • The Pod will strive to be opportunistic---where are the synergies that can only be derived from Pod membership? Growth? Merger? Acquisition?

  • PLX facilitators will guide discovery, introduce provocative learning experiences and opportunities for dialogue.

  • Pod members will have access to benchmarking and data analytics.

  • Great relationships, with special people.

  • Affordable.  A PLX Pod membership is a fraction of other peer groups.   


PLX Corp has teamed up with Pitch Perfect KC to rehabilitate the home of Satchel Paige, Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher 1948 - 1965.

A coffee shop, event and meeting space, maybe even a bakery in the garage are possible features of a $3 million renovation plan for the fire-damaged former home of baseball great Leroy “Satchel” Paige, a 2 1/2-storey house at 2626 E. 28th St. on Kansas City’s east side.

The project will celebrate Paige’s legacy as a ballplayer in the Negro Leagues who became world famous striking out white major leaguers during his many barnstorming tours before the color barrier was broken and Black athletes were allowed into the Major Leagues. By the time he got into the majors, his career was winding down, although his fame never waned... READ MORE