Gamification can be a powerful tool to boost workplace productivity and increase engagement, but it needs to be done right. Without clear rules and end goals, gamification can create interoffice tensions instead of motivation and team unity.
With only 1 in 3 American workers claiming to have received recognition in a weeklong span, gamification provides business leaders with the perfect opportunity to increase engagement and praise productive employees. Having successfully used gamification to motivate our tech employees through several projects, saving thousands of dollars along the way, my team has found that there are two essential parts to this process.
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