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How much "play" or better said, gamification, is too much?

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Almost every day I hear how work should be "fun". I recently wrote a blog with my thoughts and perspectives on this aspect (here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/play-work-marjan-bradesko/). I would like to hear your opinion. Or also practical cases that you saw and worked. Happy 2018 and Thank you.

Marjan

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Hi Marjan, Thanks for sharing. You might want to check out this post from Patti Shank about 'fun' https://www.td.org/insights/what-do-you-know-should-learning-be-easy-and-fun Not all training or learning can be 'fun' but that doesn't mean it can't be rewarding and useful.
Thanks, Justin. Patti nailed it down - the easy transfer on the job is the point. And the job can only be "fun" if you master it. So the training cannot be easy and thus has to be also a bit less of a "fun". That is how I understood.
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