4 Proven Reasons Why Gamification Improves Employee Training
About the E-book
Key causes of failure for employee Learning and Development programs (both online or classroom-based) include lack of engagement by participants, lack of oversight by management and lack of social involvement by peers. However, what you might not know is that many of these issues can be ameliorated through gamification.
Gamification, from a training perspective, involves using play-like, sporting or competition-style design thinking and mechanics to engage users in the activity and process of learning. It’s not just a gimmick or a fad; there’s real science behind its effects on learning. This white paper explains how gamification improves learner attention, comprehension and retention, and how those principles can be applied to your employee training program.