Human Resources (HR) organizations are often tasked with improving employee engagement and building a company’s culture. However, it’s not always an easy mission. While the rapidly evolving digital landscape offers innovative ways for companies to grow and individuals to connect, employees are often distracted and disengaged.
We’ll look at some of the current challenges HR organizations face with employee engagement, make the case for HR gamification, review some best practices and show how Bunchball is uniquely positioned to help organizations improve company culture.
Hi all. No words of pseudo-wisdom this week, just looking for some feedback!
Last year I wrote an updated version of Even Ninja Monkeys Like to Play called the Unicorn Edition.
It contains large updates to the content as well as 50 or so new pages.
Now, I sent this to a few publishers and have been spending many months working with one to get a proposal together. However, it looks like I will need to completely rewrite the book to fit their audience. No more monkeys or unicorns!
My question to you all is (and answer here … Read the rest
The benefits of gamification are obvious. But how can businesses make gamification work with their enterprise software?
The promise of gamification is clear: employees thrive in an atmosphere of competitive challenges, cooperative quests, and cumulative progress. Applying game mechanics to the workplace provides workers with social incentives to outperform, as well as giving managers a new set of insights into what truly motivates their workforce. But how can a business implement gamification without upending their existing enterprise software?
Do you remember the old poem, “This Little Piggy”?
This Little Piggy poem
This little piggy went to market,
This little piggy stayed at home,
This little piggy had roast beef,
This little piggy had none.
And this little piggy went…
“Wee wee wee” all the way home…
Well, this can hold one of the keys to good communications with users and clients…
When you communicate with someone, especially if you feel you are doing something that will help them – such as providing gamified solutions, you have to consider what they want and need. You have to … Read the rest