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Organizations need to constantly adapt to rapid market changes, technology evolution, and changing customer demands. Gamified change processes can help employees understand that change is necessary and its objective.
Fremont, CA: Over the past few years, gamification has cemented its position in many organizations. It offers a new way to teach, engage, reward, and retain employees. As a result, organizations are turning to gamification when dealing with HR issues.
Learning and Onboarding
Gamification can revolutionize employee leaning and onboarding process. Gamified learning comprises adding game elements to areas such as task completion or participation. This will be done by allowing employees to engage in solving quizzes, learning materials, completing simulations and more. With the help of gamification, onboarding can be a smoother and more engaging experience. Employees can gain a better understanding of the company regulations and processes as they grow. Gamified onboarding can help new employees adapt, achieve success and form habits that will help them gain proper perspective regarding their roles.
Employee engagement is closely linked to key organizational outcomes. Engaged employees can be a great asset to a company. Employees who are properly engaged with their work are proved to maximize their company’s customer satisfaction rates. Gamification enables companies which lack a culture of engagement to create one from the beginning, and for those with existing frameworks can always improve. Gamified platforms allow employees to easily track their own work progress, understand their capabilities and weaknesses, which can help them progress and succeed.
Companies often fail to manage organizational changes due to the lack of employee engagement. Organizations need to constantly adapt to rapid market changes, technology evolution, and changing customer demands. If their employees are not motivated enough or unwilling to be a part of the change, organizations can not succeed. Gamified change processes can help employees understand that change is necessary and its objective. Humans are competitive. When their competitiveness is coupled with the excitement and desire to progress toward new levels, they are more like to participate in adapting to new changes.