October 12, 2015
Written by Bloomfire Admin
Gamification is taking gaming mechanics or game thinking and integrating it into the flow of work. So your day-to-day systems incorporate things like leaderboards, achievement badges, points systems, or other elements that focus on rankings, competition, and winning.
So why all the buzz about gamification? In a recent survey:
- 62% of respondents said they would be motivated by leaderboards.
- 89% said that a points system would increase their engagement with eLearning materials.
- 79% of the responders said that they would be more productive if their work was more game-like.
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