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The Game Always Wins

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Gamification is a trojan horse. Where did it come from and what's inside? Who will it help, who will it hurt? I give examples of 3 kinds of ways to "play" gamification, and 3 kinds of businesses that ...

Gamification is a trojan horse. Where did it come from and what's inside? Who will it help, who will it hurt? I give examples of 3 kinds of ways to "play" gamification, and 3 kinds of businesses that cater to the 3 kinds of players. Some implications about what real loyalty is, and how this new technology will change us as people and as businesses.

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