According to Gartner research, 80% of gamification projects will fail.
This is probably not a surprise – especially to those who have unsuccessfully tried to implement gamification into their strategy. Gamification can quickly lose its appeal (and potential impact) without the right approach.
But no gamification project is doomed to failure. The right strategy design can drive strong and sustainable employee motivation, engagement, and performance improvement for solid, long-term results.
In this one-page guide, you’ll learn more about:
- Why gamification programs fail
- Why change management matters
- Five questions to ask when setting your gamification strategy