Game and Train

Game and Train is the world’s first self-service mobile learning and training company. Using gamification and the power of simulation, we design coupled game systems in our apps where the gameplay itself conveys business understanding to the users. Our initial engagement lets us understand your company’s training processes and needs, from which we can make recommendations on how to achieve greater efficiencies in your training processes, and retention of material in your staff. Our company’s solutions stem from research in gamification and game-based learning. Our lead game designer/researcher, Dr. Chandross, lives and breathes gamification. David uses his knowledge of game design to create compelling narratives, themes and structures within our apps. He willingly shares his knowledge in weekly thought-provoking articles that we publish on our blog. To learn more, check us out at!

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Posts by Game and Train

Leadership and Digital Technologies: Part Three

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); Self Authoring and Collaborative Design in Leadership Training As we discussed in our last […]

Leadership and Digital Technologies: Part Two

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); Leadership and the LMS: A Toxic Brew In this post we are going to […]

Leadership, Management and Building a Team Using Digital Technologies: Part One

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); What is a Leader? “Do you have the patience to wait until your mud […]

The Chief Learning Officer’s Survival Guide: Part Four

Building Agile Teams In our last post we said we would talk about how to build agile teams. One of the leading factors that results […]

100 Blog Posts: A Retrospective

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); We’ve surpassed 100 blog posts! Many thanks to Dr. David Chandross for writing the […]

The Chief Learning Officer’s Survival Guide: Part Three

Resiliency, Grief and Adjustment: How to Make it Past 5 Years Smita Singh et al from New Zealand, 2007 provides a holistic view of what […]

Game Based Learning: Beyond Points, Badges and Leaderboards

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); We’re taking a break from our chief learning officer survival kit series to bring […]

The Chief Learning Officer’s Survival Guide: Part One

 Step One: Learning Trends and Obstacles to Change Learning officers face a number of challenges in the current market. In this series of posts we […]

The Chief Learning Officer’s Survival Guide: Part Two

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); Step Two: Budget – Why are We Always Short on Cash to Innovate? Welcome […]

The Gamification of Addiction Management

Results of a Recent Study: Pre-Publication Data Release Opiate addiction is one of the most profound behavioural change challenges that confronts us today. As such […]

The Gamification of Addiction Management, Continued

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" );  Metacognition and Goal Design This post is a continuation from Tuesday’s post on the […]

Gamification and Neuroscience: Part Four

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); The Electrophysiology of Games and Learning: Brain Hacking In this edition we continue our […]