It is simple to jump to solutioneering as soon as you feel you have a problem that needs fixing. However, taking a step back and asking 4 simple questions can save you time and money in the long run.
- “What is the problem”
- “Why do we need to fix it”
- “What needs to change to fix it”
- “How do we do that”
What is the problem?
First, you need to explore What you are wanting to change. This is the easy bit and is likely to change, but it is a start. Be as specific as you can, but be … Read the rest
This article is written by Claire Lew who is the CEO of Know Your Company, a software tool that helps CEOs get to know their employees better and overcome company growing pains. Don’t “Empower” Anybody I hate the word “empowerment.” I never think I should “empower” anyone — especially our employees. Why? The definition of the word “empower” is: … Continue reading Don’t Empower Anybody
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Author: Erik Mechelen
Source: http://yukaichou.com/workplace-gamification/dont-empower-people/… Read the rest
In the simulated adventure, students control the family purse strings and make spending decisions starting at buying school supplies in level one to enjoying the fruits of their labor during retirement in lucky level thirteen.
It follows a story-based narrative that pushes students to set their own personal goals and make real-life, personal financial decisions. The surveys
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Learn about games that teach Sharing new projects and research that evidence the power of game-based learning to transform education in and out of school The third annual Games for Learning Summit, co-hosted by … Read more
Author: Games for Change
Source: http://www.gamesforchange.org/2017/06/games-for-learning-summit-at-g4c17-study-up-on-the-latest-trends-and-games-%F0%9F%93%9D/… Read the rest
Together with teams from University of Jyväskylä and Turku (Pori unit), UTAgameresearch lab was awarded by Academy of Finland the Centre of Excellence in Game Culture Studies (2018-2025 CoE program). According to the Academy of Finland “Centres of Excellence (CoE) are the flagships of Finnish research. They are at the very cutting edge of science in their fields, carving out new avenues for research, developing creative research environments and training new talented researchers for the Finnish research system and Finnish business and industry.” The new CoE’s will have guaranteed funding for a long, eight year period, and the total CoE … Read the rest