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Gamification in practice for Serious Results

Add game mechanics with engaging triggers like exploring, gaining recognition for efforts in real-time, advancing on the Leaderboard, choosing and refining strategy, gaining new knowledge and skills are features that interact with the human mind. Then put all this in a real-world scenario. The outcome is gamification in practice and …

Gamification empowers talent management and learning

“Every single social and global issue of our day is a business opportunity in disguise.” Peter Drucker To find these opportunities is crucial for the development of businesses. This requires business intelligence, knowledge creation, operational excellence and talent management. However, the organisation’s quest for excellence concerns not only new opportunities …

Gamified Storytelling for Business Development

After satisfying the rational intelligence of your users with qualitative service and employees with good salary and working conditions also the emotional intelligence must be satisfied. It is time for external and internal stakeholders interact with your organisation. Developed and integrated in the right way gamification/game mechanisms can be a very powerful …

Psychology of Gamification – research and practice

A multi-disciplinary research team from the University of Minnesota, USA, University of Waterloo, Canada, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada, Old Dominion University, USA and University of Basel, Switzerland has developed a research method to use psychology models to research the impact of gamification. The purpose to improve the research …

Competition better than support for physical activity program

Research from Penn Medicine and Deloitte Consulting LLP using a behaviorally designed gamification program to improve the level of exercise. The researchers found that competition was more engaging to increase the daily step counts than support or collaboration. The focus was directed on combining behavioural insights from gaming elements with …

Gamification of routines take Well Being to a new level Part 1

Research from the University of New Mexico shows significant benefits of including gamification mechanics in products and services. It both triggers inner-motivation as well as health benefits. Professor Nick Flor at Anderson School of Management explains: “Primitive humans evolved an innate affinity for playing games, because games allowed them to …