Interactive Services' Gamification of Training Infographic - Interactive Services

August 7, 2013
LRN Corporation

Interactive Services has designed its second infographic of 2013. This contains some valuable information about game-based training design for business. Learn how gamification can be a highly engaging method of training employees and how it is being used to support performance initiatives in businesses globally.

We recently ran a webinar in association with Integrys Energy Group on “The Gamification of Compliance Training”and received a fantastic response. It was clear from the high level of audience participation in the Q&A that followed the event that gamification of training is a hot topic at the moment. This infographic incorporates many of the key points from that webinar and may be useful to any company that is considering gamification for training.

Interactive Services has developed gamification for a number of clients including Visa, Comcast and Integrys. If you would like to see or hear more about our work in this area, please contact us to discuss how we can help improve the performance of your organization using game-based training.

gamification-of-training-infographic

Like what you see? Want to see more of our infographics? Check out our “Mobile Learning That Works” infographic or contact us to view other work we’ve done!

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LRN Corporation

Ethics and compliance leader providing tools, education, and advisory services for global companies to inspire principled performance. LRN’s overall approach recognizes the inherent limitations of rules and regulations in influencing behaviors. In our view, focusing on actions that help build and maintain a values-based culture will mean more compliance and reduced costs as a result of tangible and sustainable behavioral change.

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