We're using gamification to combat the worldwide decline in productivity growth rates. Engaged employees lead to more successful businesses.Pete Jenkins, Founder of GAMIFICATION+
I've been helping people be more effective in business for many years. In 2012 I got into gamification and became absorbed in finding out as much as possible about applying games processes to business. Since then GAMIFICATION+ has concentrated more and more on gamification and now I spend all my time helping people understand and use game techniques to make their business more effective. I regularly speak at business events about gamification and companies book me to find ways to gamify their processes.
Crash course on elevators pitches to get buy-in for gamification – loved it!
Thanks for yesterday, was a great course on Gamifying Sales and gave me some great ideas on what I can do with our team. Emma Rapson.
Good fun, thought provoking. Helps you stay ahead of the game. Alan Cowen, Director of Health and Safety.
Just wanted to drop you a note to say thanks very much for coming to speak to us on Thursday. The feedback has been great.
IntroductionToday I want to tell you the story of our latest workshop called Game Prototyping Workshop and how it came to be.When I first started working for Pete, he sent me to a small games convention in Brighton. At the time, we were designing a gamification solution to train managers better, called Manager’s Path. We […]
IntroductionIn this blog post I will talk a bit about how I decided to make a game for our website and what that process and experience was like.I always enjoyed being creative. Since a young age I loved LEGO because they gave me the chance to make whatever I wanted. I created my own castles […]
IntroductionToday I will talk about a game the whole world seems to be talking about for the last months, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.I recently bought a Nintendo Switch. The new Nintendo console everyone is talking about and I have to say, the design and the tech inside it, are quite impressive. I […]