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Gamification

Gam i fi ca tion (gmifkSHn)


noun
the application of typical elements of game playing (e.g. point scoring, competition with others, rules of play) to other areas of activity, typically as an online marketing technique to encourage engagement with a product or service

Gamification solves real-world problems Real-life game example


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Gamification is the next big thing


Engagement and loyalty increase 30% when using gamification. 2013 $500 million

2015 $2 billion

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Gamification in the U.S.

Global 2000 organizations in 2014

70% will use

gamification

By 2015, more than half of organizations that manage innovation processes will use gamification.

Gamify your business


Top 5 areas of your business to gamify

Employee training and development

Recruitment and hiring

Elements of gamification

Employee feedback

Awards

Health and wellness

Creating new profit centers

Prizes Points

Leaderboards Badges Contests User engagement Data quality

Gamification improves

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ROI Timeliness

Learning

Gamification analytics
Things to track
User participation Daily activities Users by achievement and levels

Gamification takes the hard stuff and makes it fun!

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