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Do the Right Thing

Do the Right Thing

Riku Alkio26.8.2021 — E-learning and distance learning are here to stay and it forces many companies to think about their own training programs. In order for the training to be effective, it is important to find engaging and motivating ways to deliver the training. Gamification offers the keys to achieve that.

Digital Training Makes Sense

Digital Training Makes Sense

Riku Alkio15.12.2020 — This past spring we moved everything online: school, work, shopping, you name it! This meant that many companies finally had to review their internal training methods, and hop aboard the digitalization train. In this blog post our CEO Riku Alkio discussed digital training in the corporate sector.

Counter Strike - Corona-Exit Strategy With Gamification

Counter Strike - Corona-Exit Strategy With Gamification

Riku Alkio26.5.2020 — Drafting a correct roadmap out of the corona crisis is important. Have you done it yet? Have you thought how the new normal is communicated to the employees? Gamification is a splendid way to communicate what the new normal looks like in your company.

Anything good about school closures?

Anything good about school closures?

Riku Alkio12.3.2020 — I left from Dubai about a week ago. It was the first day of school closure down there. Since that schools have been closed also in the neighboring countries, Bahrain, Saudi-Arabia, Qatar… and now it’s happening in European countries as well.

Onsite training cancelled? How to move on?

Onsite training cancelled? How to move on?

Riku Alkio12.3.2020 — There are continuous flow of news that onsite training events and company seminars are being cancelled in different parts of the world. Something has to be done, trainings must be delivered also under the new circumstances. Gamified online learning is a great option for different training needs.

Looking for more engagement? Use gamification.

Looking for more engagement? Use gamification.

Riku Alkio21.11.2018 — What makes games and gamification such a powerful tool to use in the class room? It doesn’t need a rocket scientist to explain why games work. It’s, in fact, quite simple.