How to Mimic Octalysis Engagement without Gamification
Because Not Every Situation Requires Gamification Let’s face it, not every experience requires explicit gamification to get results from your employees. If you’re the Head of HR or a human resources designer, you’d rather spend your resources on designing the workplace experiences that truly need gamification….
Workplace Gamification Gives 3 Simple Steps to Retain Employees
A White Hat Twist on Workplace Gamification Most companies don’t get how to retain their employees. They give them performers status. They give out paltry or nice bonuses. They create competition for limited promotions. In short, most companies focus on extrinsic motivation, which is only…
How to Make a Ride in a Self-Driving Car Truly Engaging
Better Human-Focused Design Experiences in Self-Driving Cars Self-driving and autonomous cars are the future. Maybe you already took a ride in one today. How was it? Did you feel it was made for you? Did the car have human-focused design? Did it leave you feeling…
The best way to really empower your employees
How much control is too much? Is your organization’s hierarchy and perspective on control decreasing or shutting down motivation for your employees? As the Head of HR or in your role as a manager of people, understanding how to wield control is critical to employee…
5 ways to make your employees happy! (not sad)
5 ways to make employees happy Did you know that it is quite easy to build a happy workforce? That it has a lot to do with behavioral science? And that the Octalysis framework can show you the way to employee happiness? Find out below…
Motivating your Employees is Easy with Octalysis
How can your Company make your employees’ life truly meaningful. How can you get them to brag about your company outside of their work hours? Wait just a minute, you don’t get it? You already make life great for them. They get a decent wage,…
Never lose a customer again with Octalysis design
Oh no! I got bored. Immediately… I just arrived on your website. I see a headline. It’s okay. I skim the marketing copy. It’s meh. There are a few buttons, but they do not look very appealing. Should I click on one of them? Wow…
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