Feb 20, 2016
Part 1 of a casual open mic session where Dutch turns the tables on Monica and interviews her about gamification.
This week my guest is Dutch Driver – like most of my gamification colleagues – we met through social media – and then had an opportunity to meet live and in person when I was in Alabama speaking a few years back. Dutch is one of those creative, research type people that I find fascinating…
In this session we discuss:
We’ve all experienced push back to a new or innovative idea in the workplace. There is the fear of change, fear of failure, uncertainty of where to begin… which delays and most times squelches change initiatives in most organizations.
Listen in and enjoy Part 1 of our discussion of gamification and the 2020 workforce.
About Dutch Driver: Dutch's 15+ years in organization development embraces a broad-reach of sectors; chiefly in Aerospace, the Federal government, Healthcare, Higher Education and non-profits. He is a NASA certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, a Certified Scrum Master in the Agile project management process, certified at Master Level III in Gamification, and certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator provider. He holds a B.A. degree from McMurry University and a M.A. degree from Texas A&M University. Connect with Dutch on Twitter: @Dutch_Driver
About Your Host: A gamification speaker and designer, Monica Cornetti is rated as a #1 Gamification Guru in the World by UK-Based Leaderboarded. She is the Founder and CEO of theSententia Gamification Consortium and the author of the bookTotally Awesome Training Activity Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You. Monica is hired for her skill as a gamification speaker and is considered at the top of her field in gamification design for corporate learning.