Management Experts Join Engagement Game Webcast

Noted management experts Paul Niven and Ben Lamorte have joined the speaker line-up for the Engagement Game webcast hosted by Alliance Enterprises (Alliance) on July 23. The Engagement Game is a free webcast covering the past, present and future of management gamification. Registration is available at http://www.engagementgame.com.

Alliance Enterprises CEO Chris Pieper said, “We’ve lined up the best and brightest for the Engagement Game. For three hours on July 23, Engagement Game viewers are going to have a powerhouse of the latest business management thought leaders at their disposal – free of charge. It’s not to be missed.”

The addition of Paul Niven and Ben Lamorte ties the gamification concept into other more historically recognized management theories.

Paul Niven, founder of The Senalosa Group consulting firm, is a noted speaker and writer on strategy, the Balanced Scorecard and performance management. His first book, “Balanced Scorecard Step-by-Step: Maximizing Performance and Maintaining Results” has been translated in more than 15 languages around the globe. Niven’s fifth and most recent book released in August 2014 is “Balanced Scorecard Evolution”. During the Engagement Game, Mr. Niven will address The Rebirth of the Balanced Scorecard – Adding gaming and imagery to the Balanced Scorecard to engrain the methodology in organizational culture.

Ben Lamorte, a Principal Analyst with Eckerson Group, is a driver-based planning and goal management thought leader. Lamorte coaches business leaders to define and make measurable progress on their most important goals. He has helped hundreds of managers get started with Objectives and Key Results (OKRs), a topic he will cover during the Engagement Game in a segment titled, Harnessing the Power of Gamification. The segment will analyze the current wave in management, OKRs and how gamification improves employee engagement.

The three-hour Engagement Game webcast will bring together the most respected industry experts from gamification, leadership, OKRs and the Balanced Scorecard.

In addition to Mr. Niven and Mr. Lamorte speaking in the Engagement Game, they will be offering clients consulting services to implement Alliance’s new MyObjectives solution – a new gamified Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) management solution. MyObjectives is a team-focused solution that integrates management best practices and modern gaming mechanics. Customers can experience the software, with up to two scorecards at no cost; find the free trial at http://staging.myobjectives.com.

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