Gamification “1.0” started to gain momentum and popularity in 2010. Over the course of the five years since its initial boom, the term referred to the use of game elements in non-game contexts to help drive user motivation and engagement.
Now, experts and leaders are starting to look for the next big thing on gamification, and on the different improvements that could make a better and enhanced Gamification 2.0.
Siddesh Bhobe, CEO of eMee, points out different faults he sees with current Gamification systems and initiatives, and suggests that the next wave of gamification programs should focus on improving productivity, rather than placing such a strong focus on engagement.
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