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HR #IN10YEARS - The Gamification Score

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Companies spend billions of dollars every year to measure their employees, but the results are very poor: we don't get good data. With Gamification - the use of game design elements in non-game …

Companies spend billions of dollars every year to measure their employees, but the results are very poor: we don't get good data. With Gamification - the use of game design elements in non-game context - we track activities, achievements, and the progress of players in systems. This data is not only big, accurate, and a timely snapshot of a players skills and performance, but will also be a goldmine for HR, recruiters and the employees themselves.

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  • Top left: World of Warcraft player profileTop right: Baseball player stats
  • From top left clockwise:Slalom Consulting time recordingSAP Community Network user profileStackoverflowDuolingoLinkedIn
  • From top left clockwise:Nike+Leaderboarded displaying the monthly top global gamification expertsVirgin MyHealthMilesSAP Arena Sales Agent profile
  • From top left clockwise:SalesforceCodecadamyAmerica’s ArmyMarriott Hotel Recruitment gameShanghai Airport Border Control – rating the border officer’s work
  • Read more: http://enterprise-gamification.com/index.php/en/human-capital-management/148-the-gamification-score-as-a-more-accurate-measure-for-employee-evaluation-part-I
  • Mario Herger - #1 Gamification Guru (http://leaderboarded.com/gurus)Email: mario.herger@gmail.comTwitter: @mhergerWeb: www.enterprise-gamification.comCommunity: www.gamificationcommunity.com
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    • 1. The disruptive business platformFrom KISSING-UPTo REAL MERITS
    • 2. Measures areeverywhere…
    • 3. …but here.
    • 4. Data-based? Nope!Too late, too bad.
    • 5. Games have betterdata on people…
    • 6. …than companies onemployees.
    • 7. But that is aboutto change!GAMIFICATION
    • 8. GAMIFICATION..is the use of gamedesign elements in anone-game context.
    • 9. Like here...
    • 10. …or here…
    • 11. …or here
    • 12. Performance data fromall systems…AchievementsCommunication tools & channelsABAP WorkbenchDevStudioDeveloper toolsLeave RequestBusiness ApplicationsTravel ExpenseSystemCall CenterProcessesOffice tools
    • 13. …& recorded activitiesthrough gamification…
    • 14. …bring big data foremployee validation.
    • 15. GamificationScoreis a highly accuratemeasure for employeeperformance.
    • 16. HR #in10years turnskissing-up…
    • 17. …into merits based ongamification data.
    • 18. HR #in10years- recruits people,- matches teams,- pays bonus,- promotes employees…fair & objectively based ongamification data.Good bye kissing-up!
    • 19. BONUS: Employeesare more engaged!
    • 20. GAME ON! LEARN MORE:Mario Herger - #1 Gamification Guru (http://leaderboarded.com/gurus)Email: mario.herger@gmail.comTwitter: @mhergerWeb: www.enterprise-gamification.comCommunity: www.gamificationcommunity.com