While the failure to align game design with key business goals is identified as the culprit for ineffective gamified training solutions, a root cause is the failure to integrate what we know about how the brain learns into the design of solutions.
Gamified training engages learners, increases attention, improves confidence and, ultimately, drives success. Here are five ways incorporating employee training games into your learning and development strategy can save you money and increase your ROI.
Kahoot!, the global learning platform today announced that its popular learning game, played by more than 1 billion people last year, is leveling up game creation and launching its brand new game creator for corporate learning environments.
We live and work in VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) times. Consequently, the skills that we need to perform at a high level are becoming more non-standard and nuanced.
Game-based training makes learning more enjoyable — but it’s also specifically designed to get employees job-ready in less time. Here are three ways that game-based training improves learning outcomes.
A sales training program will have the most traction and ROI when it’s followed by a well-executed coaching and reinforcement plan. Here are five coaching and reinforcement strategies that top-performing sales organizations implement.
Training Industry today announced its selections for the 2019 Top Training Companies™ lists for the gamification sector of the learning and development market.
Due to its ability to engage learners, gamification is commonly used for knowledge transfer in the workplace — but gamification also has the power to reinforce key concepts, behaviors and skills that, when applied, will drive impactful business results.
How can we use gamification to deliver leadership development programs when the first thing that comes to mind when we think about the term is imaginary beings, contrived competition and cutting-edge technology?