Gamification in contact centres can accomplish so much more than simply drive performance. It humanises the work experience and makes the hard stuff fun.
Motivate learners by providing intrinsic rewards that stimulate student interest. Make learning fun again in a gamified or game-based learning environment.
The secret to lasting behaviour change within your in-house sales team lies with tracking KPIs. Here’s why gamification is so useful in this regard.
Breaking bad habits is much easier with gamification in mix and you can use it to supercharge your workforce when you do it right. Here’s how.
Wondering what the future of the workplace will look like? Find out more about gamification and how it’s changing global companies for the better.
Need some ideas on how to successfully organise your gamification team to work remotely during the time of the Coronavirus? Here’s how we did it.
Gamification solves many human resources issues. Creating an engaging work environments leads to increased productivity and greater employee retention.
Real-world examples of how gamification elements improve sales team performance by leveraging core drives and human-focused design.
Out there is a wealth of gamification data. It is up to you to think like a data analyst and data scientist to tease out the patterns hidden in big data.
Need to fix flat staff performance? Here’s how to keep employees engaged with gamification.
We list 10 emerging gamification trends for 2020 to give you insight on the latest developments in the field. Where is gamification headed next?
Your multi-generational workforce may have vastly different, even opposing needs and values. Gamification can help engage and unite your workforce.
Drive engagement with gamification, loyalty and rewards. Examples abound. Read on to see how life is gamified.
Find out how the principles of gamification can super charge the quality and quantity of survey feedback.
Intrinsic and extrinsic rewards… Both are used at different times to achieve different objectives. Learn the how, and when here.
Data shows traditional compliance training just isn’t working. Learn why gamification is an informed training solution for compliance-savvy employees.
For effective behaviour change, use big-picture thinking to get an overview of the many moving parts that make up an effective gamification strategy.
Learn how the efficiency of your gamified microlearning feedback loop allows you to clarify goals, enrich the learning experience and drive engagement.
Bring your gamification to life. Know the importance of goal setting, which rewards work best, ideal task complexity and the social behaviour of users.
Can gamification and motivational design effectively change perceptions and ultimately result in measurable action or behaviour? Gamification for change.
Gamification can improve results in learning environments both conventional and electronic. We look at the benefits of gamification in education.
Game-elements in politics can influence behaviour. Obama, Clinton and Trump relied on gamification to create awareness, change perception, drive engagement
It’s alive! Use gamification to resurrect an ailing project. Stimulate growth and development by treating your workforce like an autonomous life form.
Beware of these 9 reasons gamification FAILS. Design your program for the WIN!
Do the oldest games we know contain elements of behaviour-changing design? We speculate on their potential for changing behaviour through gamification.
Playa is here to help you understand extrinsic and intrinsic motivation like a boss.
Gamified solutions appeal to a multigenerational workforce. Baby Boomers and Gen X-Y-Z all stay engaged with work through applied game theory and mechanics
Learn how to convey urgency, scarcity, loss potential with black hat motivators, and drive development, achievement, meaning with white hat motivators.
Make the leap from mediocrity to meritocracy. Gamification can turbocharge sales channel performance creating sales superheroes.
Find out how gamification improves effectiveness of the learning experience. There’s a lot more than simply ‘bolting on’ game elements.
Gamification works because it taps the powerful, instinctive drive that is our love of competition. We propose harnessing it for social good. Are you in?
Achievement badges are effective motivators for your employees to learn new skills or engage with something new & unfamiliar.
Using collectables in gamification sustains engagement and taps into a deep-rooted human drive to collect and acquire things.
Is gamification’s demise eminent? Instead of planning a funeral, we propose a reboot. Hello Motivational Design; the future of gamification.
The power of narrative in gamification. It elevates gamified engagement above the straightforward and over-applied points, badges and leaderboards.
Employee onboarding generally doesn’t get the attention it deserves. In fact, it’s reported that just 32% of companies have a formalised onboarding process.
Where are you with gamification? Just getting going, researching your options, or still wondering how it works and what it can do for your business?
Gamification is evolving, as ever more research on motivation creates a broader reference for more purposeful, effective design.
Gamification is not exactly a household word just yet, but awareness of the discipline is growing as more organisations get it right and experience the benefits of a human-focused solution to making business work better. Are you ready? Got questions? We’re here to help.
Successful leadership is about working together & allowing all voices to be heard. Such skills are difficult to teach, but fairly easy to learn by doing.
If you have a highly-motivated pack of aggressive sales hounds, you may feel that sales gamification has nothing to offer your business. Well, it does.
The importance of high quality, regular content in order to aid a gamification solution cannot be overstated. We describe that content and the benefits.
Common facts and misconceptions about gamification in business.
Good gamification design combines the right active ingredients, in the right order, to create a dynamic, personally satisfying solution.
Fortune 500’s are ditching the annual employee performance review in favour of more frequent feedback. Here’s why you should too.
We now know that the brain is triggered and motivated like clockwork. Understanding a (teeny) bit about neurotransmitters can help get gamification right.
Gamification is not a one-size-fits-all approach, you need the right tools to deliver the right results, but do you know what results you’re looking for?
The marriage of gamification and learning is an incredibly clever way to encourage people to learn.
In this blog post, we take a closer look at the difference between gamification and playing games and what it means for your business.
In this post we explore if we could gamify financial improvement and start a whole social trend toward real financial upliftment in the country?
Find out more about changing habits with gamification in your business.
Can gamification impact a wellness culture? We say yes! Read this to find out how.
This blog dives into how you can put gamification to work and change organizational behaviour and add value to your business.
In this blog, we explore how the hero’s journey can help us understand the player types when building a gamification solution.
Introducing a gamified solution can drive workforce performance, and it does not mean your employees will simply play a game.
Take a look at the six player types and their motivational drivers used in gamified solutions design. Once you know the player, you’ll know the game.
In this post, we explore sales gamification and how it can be practically used to drive motivation and boost sales.
In this post, we look at how intelligent gamification can significantly improve your e-learning tool and learner outcomes.
By creating an element of fun and by engaging with staff, companies can achieve behaviour change. This is how gamification can improve performance.
In this post, we dive into how businesses can utilize gamification to enhance employee performance.
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