Think gamification is amateur and doesn’t belong in the workplace? You might be surprised to find some recent reports and analysts will disagree.
Gamificiation is about understanding that “if you can make something more fun, and include notions of play, you can get people to do things they otherwise might not want to do,” says Gabe Zichermann, co-author of Gamification by Design.
Others agree with the value it provides. “Gamification works because it makes software engagement and learning easier by capitalizing on basic human behavior needs to be recognized and/or rewarded,” writes Stuart W. Smith in The Entrepreneur’s Advisor.
However, there are still several important questions surrounding gamification. Continue reading at Mashable.com.