A Taxonomy of How Enterprises Play

I recently came across an interesting article by researchers from the RMIT University in Australia. The researchers were interested in creating a taxonomy of the enterprise gamification industry. They were interested in understanding how the market understood gamification solutions and in investigating the claim of high failure rates of gamification projects (Gartner 2012 - see what we wrote about that here) in order to identify probable causes and potential solutions. Finally, the researchers felt that as part of the information systems sector, where taxonomies are prevalent, gamification was in need of a taxonomy in order for it to be able to integrate with other similar software in the enterprise. The researchers came to some really interesting insights. I’ll go over them briefly here, but it’s worth reading the actual article.

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