Games appeal to some of our most fundamental drives — and that makes them perfect tools for learning.

Our theory… if people are willing to memorize the entire 320-page Player’s Handbook for Dungeons and Dragons, they’ll learn the rules and routines of your organization if you give them a game that they can beat by applying them.

What is Gamification?

In gamification, we take all of the relevant elements of a complex workplace scenario or procedure, and we build an engaging, interactive, and immersive learning game. As the learners play the game, they consume the ‘rules’ by reading the instructions and then a second time through trial and error as they learn to defeat the game.

Once they’re able to beat the game without difficulty, they’ll have internalized the game’s principles and be able to apply them in a workplace situation.

Game Based Learning is the perfect tool for:

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Complex Procesess & Procedures

When you’re teaching a particularly complex process or procedure and they need to know exactly what they’re doing before they attempt it on the floor.

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Situational Scenarios

When you’re teaching highly situational scenarios that require the worker to think very differently about an event depending on certain factors.

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Younger, Game-Oriented Audiences

When you’re teaching a particularly complex process or procedure and they need to know exactly what they’re doing before they attempt it on the floor.

What Kinds of Games Work With Gamification

  • Quizzes
  • Board Games
  • Mazes
  • Business Simulations
  • Decision Making Games
  • Safety Simulations
  • Role-Playing Scenarios
  • Fantasy Investment Games
  • The list is truly endless…

Gamification makes the important things stick.

It is perfect for taking small but critical areas of your training and increasing the amount of time and energy that an employee is willing to put into learning it.