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Akila Narayanan

Gamification for Employee Engagement

Akila Narayanan has over a decade of experience in the IT industry and is currently working as Project Manager with one of the global IT leaders. She is a social business enthusiast and evangelist with vast experience managing complex and strategic projects for insurance customers. She specializes in enabling social business and gamification for insurance customers, has published thought papers and created customer mindshare. She holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from University of Madras and is PMP, AINS certified. She has completed the online gamification course offered by coursera.org.
Over the years, business environments have changed considerably, and the needs of the employees have changed along with it. A big challenge amongst businesses to retain and nurture the best talent. With gamification you have the opportunity, when done correctly, to engage and establish mutual trust and better retention. This book will show you what, where, when and how gamification should be applied within a business context. With focus on practical illustrations and creative ideas for implementation, by the end of this book you will feel confident on how to successfully incorporate gamification into your business.
Over the years, business environments have changed considerably, and the needs of the employees have changed along with it. A big challenge amongst businesses to retain and nurture the best talent. With gamification you have the opportunity to engage and establish mutual trust and better retention. This book will show you what, where, when and how gamification should be applied within for your business needs. With focus on practical illustrations and creative ideas for implementation, by the end of this book you will feel confident on how to successfully implement gamification to ensure a collaborative culture and sustaining engagement at your workplace.
197 printed pages

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    Alexandra Gorodovahas quoted2 years ago
    Collaborative culture: Having been immersed in the virtual world of social media, millennials love to work as a team and enroll in open, transparent, participative, and collaborative cultures. They base most of their decisions on the recommendations from their peers, and they would like to extend that same culture at their workplace by collaborating and co-ideating with their colleagues.
    Empowerment and trust: Millennials develop a sense of belongingness towards their organization if they are allowed to participate in important discussions, express their views freely, and showcase their creative abilities to make an impact in the accomplishment of the end objectives. Despite the challenges involved in a task, if they are empowered and entrusted, they deliver it with panache. They hate to be micro-managed as they view it as distrust. As against common perceptions, it is not the paycheck that matters to them most. If they love the job on hand and are allowed to operate freely with adequate autonomy, encouragement, and support from the management, they will be more engaged
    Arshat Baktygalihas quoted3 years ago
    Research studies prove that engaged employees establish a strong emotional connect with the organization or job and are willing to invest discretionary efforts. Employee engagement can be defined as the degree to which an employee is bonded towards his organization or job.

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