G2G3 BLOG

Why Gamification Can Help You Decrease IT Costs

  • Mairead Quigley
  • Aug 25, 2016 11:59:07 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 3:39:22 PM

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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The Difference Between Gamification, Simulations & Serious Games

  • Mairead Quigley
  • Jul 20, 2016 11:20:44 AM

Gamification has been gaining more and more exposure over recent years- and quite rightly so. In the past, the term “gamification” often had negative connotations and the benefits and value of gamification was not often fully understood.

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G2G3 Launch Digital Badge Capability

  • Mairead Quigley
  • Jul 11, 2016 3:57:04 PM

G2G3 work with a portfolio of global partners to support their sustainable organizational transformations in the implementation of IT Service Management, DevOps, Enterprise Service Management and Cyber Security. We deliver powerful simulation based learning experiences that represent real world business and IT challenges, yet that go much deeper than more traditional process based training. Participants benefit from a highly active learning experience with opportunity to both apply and reflect upon practical role play, appreciate a breadth of perspectives, and plan tangible improvements within their own working environments.

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