Gamification

Business Improvement through Games

Games are inherent to human beings. Almost without us realizing it, they capture our attention and encourage us to become involved in accomplishing our goal to win. They allow us to put our knowledge and skills into practice in a safe environment, where we know that errors will not be judged and where, in one way or another, we feel encouraged to give the best of ourselves, because we are only playing. Games help a team experience a process in a fun, supportive environment that enables them to create effective strategies and practice the skills necessary to resolve conflict. Key points in the process are made more relevant, clear, and memorable through the action of playing.

Beyond learning the subject matter, games also provide some unique opportunities!

Highlight Team Behaviors

Group interaction helps highlight team behaviors that either promote or discourage progress.

Boost Team Morale

Games help provide a context for team members to take control of their learning and create the energy to make it fun in the process.

Increase Adaptability

Games help team members become more flexible and adaptive. Players are quick to understand and appreciate that there may be more than one way to solve a problem.

Reinforce Appropriate Behaviors

Team leaders can easily recognize and provide immediate feedback to drive retention rates of good or bad behavior.

Build Trust

Overcoming a common challenge level-sets and drives team-building.

Connect with Others

When we feel connected and trust each other, we are more likely to look for a way to collaborate rather than compete.

Gamification Options

Better Achievements:
Find a Habitable Planet

A Business Analysis Game

Identify and select a new planet for all mankind to inhabit. Will you choose wisely?

# of Players: 8 – 20

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Possible Mission:
Escape from Earth

A Project Management Game

Design and develop a spaceship that will re-locate all of humanity to another planet. Will your ship make it?

# of Players: 8 – 20

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Both games are available in an agile and a more traditional, waterfall format!

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