Key components of a successful gamification strategy

Gartner predicts that 80% of the gamification products will fail due to bad design. Hence there is a high risk of failure for the first gamification product a company ever develops. Experimenting on a non-core area is recommended while introducing gamification, especially when the organization is not social-computing-friendly. A change in management processes is essential 

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Why businesses should develop a robust gamification strategy

The average millennial spends 10,000 hours gaming by 21 years of age. So, game-like processes and applications are of great attraction to the present generation. Taking the above point forward, gamification can also improve an organization’s core processes. Since gamification brings a “fun” factor to the application, service or the process, users will tend to 

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Enterprise Gamification: Engaging the Millennials

Millennials are achievement-driven. They are exposed to myriad of online gaming environments where being in the game is all about fierce competition, deep collaboration and building a reputation. In any game, you have a clearly defined mission; you compete or collaborate to compete and your position depends solely on your achievements. This environment is exhilarating 

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Why Businesses Should Think about Going ‘Social’

‘Social’ is clearly at the top of the hyper curve. What does this really mean to businesses? Why should an organization think about social? There are a few fundamental shifts that are making a significant impact in the way businesses are run today. First is the growing Gen Y workforce that is highly active on 

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The Five Factors of Agile Suitability

Agile is here to stay. With its emphasis on lightweight processes, high-quality deliverables, flexibility in dealing with changing business priorities, short delivery cycles, higher team morale, and a whole host of other benefits, agile development offers a fresh approach to businesses seeking greater agility in their software engineering processes. Agile over traditional practices brings in 

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