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Should You Gamble on the Next Business Fad?

Corporate America as fun and games? Maybe, now that gamification has come on the scene. Gamification is defined as the use of game design techniques to engage audiences. Gamification encourages players to engage in desirable behavior by dangling the carrot...
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