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Completion vs Competition: Which is better for Enterprise Gamification?

Completion vs Competition: Which is better for Enterprise Gamification?

I recently overheard an interesting conversation between two friends that are triathletes. One of them was very excited about an upcoming race: he’s in better shape than last year, he said, he’s hoping to get to one of the top three results for his age bracket. The other friend, who has just begun training a year ago, on doctor’s orders (he was in bad shape before that) said “I’m into completion. Not competition”.

Successful Mobile Training Strategy

8 Steps To Create and Develop an Effective Mobile Training Strategy

While face-to-face instructor-lead training used to be the “norm”, today mobile training has become an increasingly popular method of skill set and knowledge development. Training and development managers are beginning to see the endless potential of mobile training. That is because mobile training not only offers learners the ability to learn on-the-go, but also allows them to gain immediate access to information whenever and wherever they really need it.

Get Off the Gamification Struggle Bus

Get Off the Gamification Struggle Bus

Why are you using learning games? Because they’re fun? Or because they’re effective? It might seem like everyone is into gamification these days; former Vice President Al Gore has even said that “gamification is the new normal.”

SweetRush Gamification Cocoa Trivia

How a Gamification Developer Games Its Employees

As a company offering gamification and games-based learning services, we believe it’s essential that we “walk the talk” and offer new and exciting ways to engage our employees. So, how do you gamify a gamificator? SweetRush’s director of technology, Misha Milshtein, takes you on an in-depth tour of Cocoa Trivia, a gamification experience for employee engagement.

How Can We Apply Cognitive Load Theory To Our Instructional Designs So That Learning In Not Too Hard?

Make E-learning Easier: eLearners’ Brain Pain

Have you ever exclaimed, “my brain hurts!” as a result of a learning experience that was too hard? This condition is known as cognitive overload. In this article, we will explore ways to ensure our instructional designs account for this condition to make e-learning easier.