Projects and games have similar characteristics- the manager/participant is focusing on a scenario, achieving a goal, and meeting metrics. Since there are comparable traits between the two, gamification is a great option to train employees on improving their ability to manage a project.
To create a gamification training strategy for project managers, follow these guidelines:
1. Keep in mind who your audience is: different age groups respond to different styles of learning.
2. Have an objective for the game and make impact measurable.
3. Keep it simple.
4. Make it enjoyable and engaging.
5. Create a versatile learning experience (have podcasts, presentations, games, etc.)
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