Games can provide the needed motivation for learners to pursue learning and apply it on the job. They can be developed at two levels:
- Content gamification, which changes and re-aligns the content so that it is presented along with a gamified narrative; for example, a simulation that teaches team building skills
- Structural gamification, which just adds gamification elements to pre-existing content; examples could the addition of points, badges and leaderboards in a course to encourage completion and mastery
We develop highly engaging simulations, games and story-based narrations that incorporate the four foundational elements of gamification: Engagement, Autonomy, Mastery and Progression, and align wholly with the client’s objectives.