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Top performers learn 70% through experiences compared to performers from highly regulated and low innovative organizations which learn only 20% through experiences.
Aside from experiential learning being immersive, hands-on, and engaging, a gamified learning environment provides three distinct benefits:
- Experimenting with actions: Different actions in various combinations result in unique outcomes, so users are able to practice.
- Receiving feedback: Gamified learning tools provide user-specific data analytics.
- Accepting failure: Users are able to make mistakes that aren’t detrimental to the organization.
To read more on the 70-20-10 theory and gamification in different industries, click here.
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