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9 Ways Gamification Can Deliver Value To The IT Enterprise

Gamification is at that point on the hype cycle where you either love it or loathe it. Its consumer roots means that it brings with it some misconceptions and a bit of a tarnished reputation, but don’t dismiss Gamification as a serious business tool yet. It’s worth cutting through the hype to gain an understanding of how Gamification and game science in general can drive real value for the IT enterprise.  

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5 Key Benefits of Adopting Enterprise Gamification Initiatives

  • Mairead Quigley
  • Aug 30, 2016 9:05:04 AM

There is currently a lot of hype around gamification, it’s various uses and it’s benefits. Many organizations are beginning to incorporate gamification into their customer offerings in order to increase customer engagement and loyalty and now businesses are beginning to recognise the value of incorporating gamification practices into it’s business operations in an attempt to engage employees and increase productivity (not surprising considering over 70% of the workforce are disengaged).

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Why Gamification Can Help You Decrease IT Costs

  • Mairead Quigley
  • Aug 25, 2016 5:59:07 AM

It’s no secret that organizations, particularly IT organizations, are under increasing pressure to do more with less and optimise their expenditure.

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Cybersecurity training? teach people how to think like a cybercriminal

  • Mairead Quigley
  • Aug 2, 2016 9:39:22 AM

It goes without saying that cybersecurity is high, if not the highest priority for global CIO’s today. Cyber attacks are becoming more and more sophisticated every day and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep a handle on advances.

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Suffering From Change Fatigue? How Gamification Can Help.

Rapid changes in technology, increasing customer expectations and the ability to try and keep up with competitors means that organizational change need to happen faster and more efficiently than ever before. Change is a difficult business but failing to transform and keep up is now detrimental to the future state of any organization.

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