Guest post by Zach Watson at TechnologyAdvice Foursquare was one of the first juggernauts of gamification, and also one of the industry’s cautionary tales. While the check-in based platform ignited a social media revolution of sorts by using gamification to encourage users to share their location online, the service struggled to maintain engagement through just leaderboards and …
Guest post by Adrienne Erin Most people would rather find themselves facing a random performance review than be forced to endure most quintessential teambuilding exercises. Let’s face it: falling backwards into your co-worker’s arms and trusting that they’ll catch you isn’t anyone’s idea of fun (and that’s a tame example, compared to some ideas).
Employee engagement activities are becoming a more common focus for managers and leaders in the modern workplace. The reason for this is simple: employee engagement activities are a great investment. If implemented correctly, they boost team motivation, productivity have a significant and lasting impact on a company’s bottom line.