- Train with the existing Serious Business Games at a disruptive training price.
- Develop with us an individual audit business game for your team and accelerate the way to productivity for all newcomers to your audit.
- Experience a fascinating audit employee event at a live audit game convention.
Game Based Learning, Serious Business Games and Gamification
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Why Gamification is so important for Digital Transformation
Gamification uses game mechanics to engage users in our training efforts. Some of the gamification techniques used are: competition, stories, achievement, levels, status and rewards.
Smart Learning with Serious Business Games
The participant receives individual feedback on his procedures by a unique Mentor directly during the simulation. With this multidimensional programming the participant achieves effective improvement during each simulation scene. This allows you and your employees to achieve a steep learning curve and the opportunity to put what they have learned into practice. In practice, the feedback loop is often stretched until the next jour fix, employee or annual bonus discussion.
In Serious Business Games the learning curve is steeper and more direct. For example, as a participant, you motivate your employees in their daily work or, alternatively, they overwhelm the employees in their capacity. In the Business Game you receive direct feedback on the following day that, depending on the employee profile, the efficiency of the individual employees increases or the employees can only be used to a limited capacity.
Serious Business Games is becoming a growing topic among HR and L&D professionals worldwide. It has been used for developing technical skills for a long time now but with the appearance of game-based solutions for soft skills development while game-based learning has called the attention throughout the market. In the rush, some concepts like “gamification” and “game-based learning” are still getting confused.
We can use gamification to help our training purposes but gamification is not a training tool itself. Gamification uses game mechanics to engage students in our training efforts. Some of the gamification techniques used are: competition, stories, achievement, levels, status and rewards. We can certainly use these techniques to increase motivation, make our training fun, engage students and improve completion rates but they will not help to make students learn. The learning process requires a concept to be learnt, the ability to put this concept into practice and the possibility of receiving personalized feedback as to visualize the results of our performance.
Game learning process requires a concept to be learnt, the ability to put this concept into practice and the possibility of receiving personalized feedback.
That is where game-based learning comes into the scene. Game-based learning happens when the game itself is teaching the student. Imagine the story of a game or its characters are teaching you concepts. Suppose the game integrates a simulation that allows students to practice those concepts and receive personalized feedback. Then the learning is happening through the game. The game is ensuring experiential learning is taking place. Some role-plays, simulations or group dynamics are examples of game-based learning used in the past. Video game technology has boosted the possibilities of these tools.
Game-based learning happens when the game itself ensures learning to the student
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Here are some video explanation about the differences about gamification and Game Based learning that uses de Serious Business Games.