Today’s blog post explores the increasingly innovative uses of game based training, especially in corporate training for processes such as onboarding.
For the first time in history we have a generation of digital natives – these folks have grown up immersed in the use of information technologies. Unlike generations past, they are comfortable with technology and easily adapt and integrate new functionality from smart phones, laptop computers, MP3 players, game stations, and virtual reality worlds.
When we use the word gamification, we assume and envision games modified in such a way which is helping a business to achieve the parameters of growth. Gamification is not something new, it is about amplifying the real world experience by applying motivational techniques that makes game so engaging. WHAT IS SALES GAMIFICATION? The key
According to 2014 Corporate Learning Fact book, US spending on corporate training grew by 15% last year (the highest growth rate in seven years) to over $70 Billion in the US and over $130 Billion worldwide which clearly states that spending on corporate training is soaring high. But with traditional training techniques turning out to