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Gamification for Martina!

Do you remember Martina from chapter 2?

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You already defined her learning objectives.
You helped her create a culture of learning.
Now it is time, to think about gamification for her online training and learning. How can you add game elements and motivate her in her learning journey?

Need some inspiration for this journal exercise?

1) Article by John Hagel and John Seely Brown on how the online game World of Warcraft can help promote innovation - even on the job.

2) Knowledge@Wharton writes about how to use gamification in the health care sector in this article published on business insider.

3) Remember the example in our main material from HP? Here is the article by Chanin Ballance to read up upon their case.

4) is a Volkswagen initiative that wants to show how easy it is to support and engage people in simple tasks such as bottle recycling or respecting the speed control.

5) Or watch this video by Khan Academy, explaining some of their gamification elements on their platform:

Video by CenterScene

We are excited to see how we can all help Martina out.

Gamification for Martina

1 comment

Martina is a new manager and she is how responsible for 3 former colleagues. It does not make sence to develop any kind of elearning with gamification to support her engagement of developing as junior manager, because she works in a small company and developing good elearning and fitting gamification is to expencive.
On the other hand - her situation can be found all over the world in most of the companies. Therefore she can expect to find some helpful cources in the internet.
For example she could take a selfpaced course like "Fundamentals of Management" on Coursera, or "Introduction to People Management" - designed to turn first time managers into great team leaders, this course is on edX.


almost 3 years ago

Don't you think there could be "cheaper" gamification methods that do not require too many resources? Or maybe a combined blended learning solution?

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