Jump aboard of SharePoint! Smooth onboarding and End User adoption through the power of Gamification
I salute you fellow office heroes...
Yammer and SharePoint - Empowering the paradigm shift from working in silos towards working out loud!
Salutations fellow office heroes...
Greetings fellow office heroes...
Recently I've been asked to participate as a panelist at a Tweet Jam hosted by my fellow Knight Christian Buckley (@buckleyplanet). The topic of this Tweet Jam is about the future of SharePoint. A very interesting topic indeed, since there are different rumours about SharePoint and its future out there.
I salute you fellow heroes...
This time I will tell about one of my favourite topics ever nowadays. Gamification! This is the first part of an article talking about what Gamification is all about and how it can be used in classic Intranets (in example on SharePoint) to amplify end user engagement and boost productivity. Is Gamification the silver bullet in information portals? It might be, if it's used right. Let's have a look...
by Ian Gee
Like many of my fellow OD practitioners, I have made good use of Elizabeth Kubler Ross’s work “On Death and Dying” in my practice. In particular, her work on transitions and taking this from the realm of death and dying and relating it to the stages people go through as they deal with organisational change and transformation. I have designed exercises and interventions to help people understand what stage in the change process they are at, how to move between stages and if they are stuck, how to unstick themselves and get back into ‘flow’. I am sure you all know her model and like me have worked to develop it and apply it in your practice.
If you want to change the way that people work within an organisation, you have to change the way you look at change itself, a good friend once told me.