Name of the gamification
Jyrki J.J. Kasvi
Finnish Information Society Development Centre TIEKE
Parliament of Finland
The E...
A portrait of a gamer
 Motivated
 Goal directed
 Concentrated
 Competitive
 Persistent
 Tenacious (obstinate)
 Soci...
Social
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Social
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me
Social
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Virtual organisation leadership skills are sought after ...
What is a game (with internal motivation)?
 A game has rules
 A game has challenging goals
 A game has alternative outc...
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Actually, gaming looks like a well managed job
Eve Online
Gamification
 Applying game mechanics outside games in order to
motivate and involve people
 Game-like activity motivate...
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What you measure is what you get
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What you measure is what you get
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km/l
What you give feedback on is …
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The power of feedback!
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Instant feedback!
• Comparison with earlier performance
• Compari...
Gamification resembles good management
 Definition of goals
 Measurement of results
 Comparison with earlier performanc...
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Gamification over
 Game rules may have errors
 Follow, what kind of activities ”the game” really
leads to and adjust the...
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Name of the Gamification

How gamification resembles good management.
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  • 1. Name of the gamification Jyrki J.J. Kasvi Finnish Information Society Development Centre TIEKE Parliament of Finland The European Christian Internet Conference, June 9th 2015
  • 2. A portrait of a gamer  Motivated  Goal directed  Concentrated  Competitive  Persistent  Tenacious (obstinate)  Social  Happy 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 2 CC2.0AttributionSergeyGalvokin,sharealike,generic
  • 3. Social 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 3
  • 4. Social 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 4 me
  • 5. Social 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 5 me Virtual organisation leadership skills are sought after in work life!
  • 6. What is a game (with internal motivation)?  A game has rules  A game has challenging goals  A game has alternative outcomes (vs. a story)  Players´activities influence the outcome (vs. chance)  Players have freedom to act to influence the outcomes  A game has interaction between the players and the environment  Success is being measured and compared  Players are given feedback of their success  In a game your skills evolve and you advance (motivation)  Game challenge and player competencies are in balance  A game has winners (and losers) (individuals or teams)  A successfull game player is rewarded (with prestige at least) 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 6
  • 7. 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 7 Actually, gaming looks like a well managed job Eve Online
  • 8. Gamification  Applying game mechanics outside games in order to motivate and involve people  Game-like activity motivates and directs acitivities  What you measure is what you get  What you give feedback on is what you get a lot  What you reward, you may get too much  Boring stuff does not miraculously become fun by gamification  May require reorganisation and redefinition of tasks to be gamified 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 8 10 points to Gold Badge
  • 9. TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 9 What you measure is what you get
  • 10. 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 10 km/l What you measure is what you get
  • 11. 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 11 km/l What you give feedback on is …
  • 12. 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 12 The power of feedback!
  • 13. 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 13
  • 14. 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 14 Instant feedback! • Comparison with earlier performance • Comparison with others • Economic rewards Reduced electricity consumption!
  • 15. Gamification resembles good management  Definition of goals  Measurement of results  Comparison with earlier performance and others’ performance  Instant direct feedback  Encouraging cooperation  Making development visible  Public rewards  Increasing challenges  Freedom of action to address the challenges 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 15
  • 16. 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 16
  • 17. Gamification over  Game rules may have errors  Follow, what kind of activities ”the game” really leads to and adjust the rules accordingly  A game may be cheated  Follow, what really happens in ”the game”  A game may manipulate people unethically  Ask, do people understand how ”the game” influences their behavior  A game bores people if it does not advance  ”Game” content and challenges must evolve with the players’ competencies  Gamification success only if ”the game” is a good game  Making a good game is very difficult  Nothing is as boring as a bad game 10.6.2015 TIEKE Tietoyhteiskunnan kehittämiskeskus ry 17
  • 18. 30.9.2010 www.kasvi.org 18 Sukupuolten välinen digikuilu? Discussion U.S. Army Photo