What do Angry Birds and sustainability have in common?
Playing Angry Birds hooks people, focusing them on developing special skills to achieve ever more difficult goals. That type of game-playing can be a central tool to help companies get their employees involved in delivering on firm-wide sustainability goals from zero waste to greening the supply chain.
“Innovative companies are using gamification to re-image work and drive unprecedented engagement across the entire organization,” according to JP Rangaswami, keynote speaker for upcoming Gamification Summit being held in San Francisco June 19-21. This is increasingly true for one of business’ top issues – sustainability.
93% of business leaders identified sustainability as important to their company’s future success, according to a recent survey. They are just looking for ways to make it work. Gamification is one answer…. Read more