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Before designing a successful gamification strategy there are a number of things that need to be understood.

The currently gamification surroundings are re-re-deafening, careful examination shows that many of the leading edge companies leveraging gamification today are willing to describe the solutions they are implementing but are less willing to describe the business results they have achieved. Clearly there have been quantified successes, but there are far more narratives that simply describe what has been done.

Leaders in gamification such as Nike, Quirky and Khan Academy share some design characteristics, most notably player-centric design. In each of these cases, the key design point is to motivate the players to achieve their goals. The mistake many companies make is to identify the business objectives without clearly identifying the player objectives. The sweet spot for gamification objectives is where the business objectives and player objectives overlap.

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“AN EFFECTIVE INTERNAL GAMIFICATION PROGRAM PROMOTES VALUABLE WORK BEHAVIORS AND IS DESIGNED TO SOLVE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS THAT COST OR MAKE BUSINESSES MONEY”

 

YOUR FIRST TO-DO LIST:

  • Corporate Objectives
  • Strategy Consulting
  • Brainstorming concept / The Big Idea
  • A story to be told
  • Leveling activities
  • Challenges
  • Benefits and achievements
  • User interface
  • Technology analysis
  • Programming
  • Graphic design
  • Tests
  • Implementation
  • Training
  • Managing Support
  • IT Support
  • Games Data Analysis

You don’t need a gamification budget, you already have one with other training issues, just redirect.

 

 

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