Gamification is the application of game mechanics and game design techniques in non-game contexts to engage users in solving problems. Gamification techniques motivate people to achieve their goals by encouraging their natural tendency to learn, master, compete, achieve and socialize.
The purpose of gamification is to:
Research shows people are more productive when they are engaged. That's why gamification has caught on in the corporate world. The witty combination of aspects such as psychology, game design, behaviorism, motivation theory, and neurophysiology has been shown to benefit stakeholders in surprisingly effective ways.
For instance, enterprise gamification empathizes with people by adding gameful experiences to work and life, helping them to fulfill their interests and motivations for the benefit of all involved parties.
This conference by Mario Herger highlights several dozen examples of how organizations are using gamification in human resources throughout the employee life cycle to hire, evaluate and develop talent, while giving you the tools necessary to begin or expand your own gamification programs. Learn how to engage employees to make them happier. Research shows that happier employees take fewer sick leaves, stay with their companies longer and reach more goals.
In this program, you will learn:
Who should attend
This conference is ideal for professionals involved in recruitment and hiring, training, career development, and/or employee evaluations. If you need to keep an eye on costs and also keep your co-workers and bosses happy, then gamification is for you.
MARIO HERGER is CEO, founder and partner of Enterprise Gamification Consultancy LLC, a strategic consulting groupfocused on gamification, innovation, social business, and intrapreneurship in the enterprise. He had been Senior Innovation Strategist at SAP Labs in Palo Alto, California and Global Head of the Gamification... More info