Tag: gamification

15 March 2013 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Internal Marketing is a Key Leadership Practice

The hardest part of an organization, and therefore its management, is sharing the enthusiasm with the entire organization, especially when most of the people in there are making one-tenth to one-fiftieth of what top managers make. Selling the company to their customers, or within their market segment, is a piece of cake compared to selling it to the actual people who work for it. And...

18 February 2013 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Gamificiation within the Education System

Thanks to Mark Willems, Bart Cornille, Oiheba Bensaâd and my wife, my brain has been doing overtime concerning our Belgian Education System and how I would like to see it being different. It has been a strange ride, where most of the time I, like many others, was too much focussed on the current constraints and culture that drive the education system as it is...

6 February 2013 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Plörk – Gamification and Group Coaching Combined

Guestblog by Pierre Neis Plork (play and work) is a workshop facilitation format combining the forces of group coaching and the dynamics of games (gamification). Some consider Plork as solution focused coaching in a minimal timeframe. The main reason for Plork is to install a dynamic of permanent change within the company by the dynamics of the team which composes. Learn through experience! "Make business more fun than...

7 December 2012 / Less is More
Introducting our first Re:Think conference – Work=Play?

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all be kids again? If we could actually say that your work is just a game? That we could play all day long and get paid for it as well? Dream on. Work is serious business, and it will always remain so. But that does not mean that the concept of why a child plays should be neglected....