Bringing Gaming to Business

 

Management by Gaming adds a modern layer to proven strategies of the past, including Management by Objectives and the Balanced Scorecard.

Humans are hardwired to seek real-time rewards. Happy chemicals, like Dopamine, light up our brains when we achieve even small victories. Adding game elements to business management plugs into this powerful phenomenon.

The first team-based solution that provides real-time feedback of your team’s drive toward success.
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Propelling Growth Purposefully

Watch the lobby tomorrow morning and see if you have an army of briefcase-toting Clones coming to work. What happened to the quirky folks who dominated the early years back when employees took risks and things were exciting? Success happened to them. And to you.

Paul Niven

Paul Niven is a management consultant, an author and a public speaker on the subjects of corporate strategy and performance management systems, like the Balanced Scorecard.

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