Great Business Simulations Are Not All Fun and Games

If you have anything to do with the world of training and development, you know and probably are a getting a little tired of  “gamification in learning.”

For full transparency, earlier this year I developed and shared with our key clients and leadership team the “Gamification Strategy of Advantexe” so that we could execute and keep up with customer expectations. With our gamification strategy, we have the ability to now capture leader boards, award badges for success, include progress bars, and utilize customized business metrics to reward certain achievements.

I will admit publically that the entire process made me a little uneasy as I worry that executives and leaders in the C-suite won’t take business simulations in learning seriously if everyone calls them games.

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