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Gamification is a hot topic. This talk goes back to the basics to talk about the psychology of play and how games can help business get great results.

Gamification is a hot topic. This talk goes back to the basics to talk about the psychology of play and how games can help business get great results.

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  • Play & Games – Why of Gamification(TPMA Gamification Panel) @MichaelSahota
  • About Michael STRATEGIC PLAY®
  • The Importance of Play
  • The Science of PlaySee alsoTED Talk:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHwXlcHcTHc
  • Why Games? Flow Play Games
  • A Guided Tour of Games and Play
  • Innovation Games® - Fast, Actionable Market Research
  • Innovation Games® for Lean Startup
  • Challenge: Leadership• Inconsistent governance standards• Decision making model needs to focus on prioritization and sequence• Need better alignment and a way to resolve conflicts• Too many customers (who is most important?) - where does money come from and what priority does it take?• Too many captains, no captains• Unclear organizational expectation setting• Short attention span and inconsistent priorities
  • Strategic Play® with Lego®ChallengingLittle foundationEnvironmentDisparate teamsDisadvantage from get-goForces Arrayed againstTeam and hazardousUnstableenvironment SVP Product VP Product Management
  • Little foundationDisparate teamsDisadvantage from get-goUnstable and hazardousenvironment VP Product Management
  • Shared Vision