Gamification in Change Management processes

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What follows is the abstract fro a Bachelor Thesis by Raphael Schönen

A while back he interviewed me and a few other gamification experts to help with his theses. If you want to find out more, please contact him at [email protected]

This bachelor thesis is an initial scientific attempt to determine the relevance and implications of Gamification in the Change Management context. Special focus lies on answering the leading question whether and when Gamification can be used as a tool for Change Management. Therefore practical guidance is provided for companies which aim to apply Gamification in the Change Management context. Read More ...

3 Layers of Motivation (Updated for 2018)

Layers of motivation 2017 3 Layers of Motivation Updated for 2018

The more I consider motivation, the more I realise it is one of those things we in gamification use as a catch-all. It’s a bit like how we treat the term “game mechanics” and, well, gamification!

Generally speaking, you will hear the terms intrinsic and extrinsic when motivation is spoken about. You will hear Deci & Ryan, Dan Pink, Maslow and more spoken about. However, when it comes down to it our argument is always the same. Intrinsic motivation is always better than extrinsic rewards. At times you will also hear a further comment that a balance of extrinsic rewards and intrinsic motivation will yield the best results. Read More ...