Are American Managers Ready to Embrace Gamification?

Gamification makes it more likely that individuals and teams will define their objectives, track progress toward achieving them and have fun doing it. In the end, a worker who is engaged and focused on achieving objectives will be more motivated, deliver better business results and feel good about their contribution to the organization.

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Ben Lamorte
President,OKRs.com

Ben Lamorte is a driver-based planning and goal management thought leader. A planning software veteran, Ben has co-authored white papers and presented best practices at dozens of performance management conferences. As president of OKRs.com, Lamorte coaches business leaders focused on defining and making measurable progress on their most important goals.

He has helped hundreds of managers get started with Objectives and Key Results (OKRs). He is the Accenture driver-based forecasting subject matter expert and has a graduate degree in Management Science Engineering with a focus on Decision Analysis and Organizational Dynamics from Stanford University.

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Loretta Breuning

Loretta Breuning, PhD, founded research firm, Inner Mammal Institute, and wrote the book, Meet Your Happy Chemicals. She's Professor Emerita of Management at California State University.

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The Growth Curve:
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