Archive for Games

Game-theory and The Evolution of Trust

In business, as in life, all of our significant, productive encounters with others – our colleagues, our clients, our partners, our customers, our vendors – are built on foundations of trust. But how is that trust created, what are its key ingredients? That’s a question well worth exploring. And this fascinating game-theory simulation helps us […]

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Posted in: Advice, Decision Making, Games, Innovation, Performance, Research, Systems Thinking

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Peregrine Helps Bay Area Training Professionals Learn Concepts and Principles of Gamification

“The least exciting element of any game is the points, badges or leaderboards. People don’t play a game just for points, they play for mastery, to overcome challenges and to socialize with others. The most effective gamification efforts include more than points and badges — they contain elements of story, challenge and continual feedback as well as a high level of interactivity.” —Karl Kapp

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Posted in: Advice, Consulting, Creativity, Design, Development, eLearning, Facilitation, Games, Gamification, Performance Support, Project Management, Rapid Instructional Design

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Fun, Informative Evening on How to Design and Create Training Games

“Gamification is the use of game elements, mechanics and thinking to engage, motivate action, promote learning and solve problems.”

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Posted in: Advice, Consulting, Games, Innovation, Job Aids, Performance Support, Presentations, Project Management, Tools, Training

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BirdCon 2013 – A Gathering of Peregrine Talent

Peregrine’s Bay Area contractors gathered for an extraordinary (albeit too brief) time of collaboration, brainstorming, community, and fun in Healdsburg, CA — a workforce performance improvement mini-conference if you will. We called it BirdCon 2013.

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Posted in: Analysis, Consulting, Development, Feedback, Games, Performance, Training

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