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Monday, February 27, 2017

Leadership Playing Games

Interesting take in Chief Learning Officer.  But I would caution that it should be a gamified simulation of some key aspects of their own organization.  Probably with some competition interaction with other managers.   As we see more executives with gaming experience rising through the ranks, or being hired, this may become easier.   Get advice from them about what works.

At very least such simulations should include measures already in use within the company, so they can be compared to reality.   Probably also to include some observers with skills (economists, marketers, forecasters, statisticians, etc.) to make sure the results are realistic.   Have seen some aspects of this working in an enterprise.

Why You Should Encourage Leaders to Play Games
Some say it’s never a good thing when leaders play games. But when development is the goal, gamification has its perks. .... 

February 27, 2017   by John Gillis Jr.

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