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I haven't been "gamified" but I do feel that it's likely to live or die by how seriously management take it.
I wrote up some thoughts on the topic about a month ago here: http://bounds.net.au/node/99
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On 9/05/2013 8:37 PM, Matt Moore wrote:
There's been a lot of talk about applying "gamification" - e.g. this APQC overview here: http://www.apqc.org/knowledge-base/documents/gamification-knowledge-management-apqc-overview
I myself have ambiguous thoughts about it: I think in the short term they can create some buzz. However ultimately KM applications have to offer value to those using them from a work effectiveness perspective - regardless of whether you get points from using them.
So I'd be interested in people's experiences of gamification & KM - both positive & negative - recognising that the less successful efforts may not get publicised in the literature. Feel free to drop me a line off-list also.
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