Developing skills through gamification

We are all in a state of constant learning. Whether on the job, at school, or when keeping up with the latest technology – learning is one of the most fundamental tasks we have.

Yet learning, especially in the context of work, isn’t always that enjoyable. Learning something new, regardless of how important it is, can be an extremely difficult task. While at school, if we weren’t really in to a certain subject, we could hang low during those specific lessons and do just enough to get by. At work, it’s an entirely different story. Performance is greatly dependent on acquiring new skills, such as increased adoption of enterprise software, the use of knowledge management systems and more. It is also a factor of knowledge – emotional intelligence in dealing with customer complaints or product knowledge when offering new solutions to customers.

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