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Gamify: How Gamification Motivates People to Do Extraordinary Things. Brian Burke

Gamify: How Gamification Motivates People to Do Extraordinary Things


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Gamify: How Gamification Motivates People to Do Extraordinary Things Brian Burke
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Now in Drive, Pink talks a lot about But you're going to have an impossible time gamifying the process of learning, because even if you succeed, the science says that you'll actually cause them to do worse. What elements and ideas will work best for you system? Jan 15, 2013 - Do I even need to tell you what happened? Nov 15, 2011 - Extrinsic rewards, like monetary bonuses, are great at encouraging rote behavior; They actually hinder performance for tasks that require creativity; People are motivated by three main things: autonomy, mastery, and purpose. I went down the But in truth, after spending an evening creating a slimmer, bustier, better-made-up version of myself, the most pervasive feeling I had was not of self-abasement but of extraordinary fatigue. Once you know What, Why and Who, it is time to work out what you are going to do to gamify it all. Sep 5, 2013 - Many games have Appointment Dynamics within them (come back 2 hours later to get your stuff) – the fact that people can't get something NOW motivates them to think about it all day long. Beyond that, it's not just the science. Oct 27, 2011 - For example, holistic concepts like Self-Determination Theory posit, among other things, that these motivations are fluid; people can convert extrinsic motivators to intrinsic if they internalize the desire to do so. Feb 11, 2014 - While gamification means different things to different people, here is my favorite definition. It was like I'd It seems silly that something essentially imaginary would motivate people—but one peek at the popularity of programs like Foursquare that allow you to gamify your own life shows that it works.

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