Gamification – “Game design and game mechanics applied to businesses”

Learn@Lunch is a lecture series specifically developed to stimulate and inspire your head while simultaneously filling your stomach. Since we all have time for lunch, we wanted to kill two birds with one stone and present relevant and current topics and questions, offer lunch – and learn something new every time.

Welcome to Learn@Lunch and learn more about gamification. During the lunch, you will get an increased understanding of gamification and its mechanics, as well as insight into how gamification can affect your coworkers and organizations. You will also get to listen to several success cases.

Niclas Rasmusson has worked with change management and education since the 90s and the last few years, with support from gamification. Niclas is both a graduated engineer and teacher and is passionate about sustainable learning. Ericsson, HiQ, Prosales, his own company Salesoogle and currently Bisevo have involved development assignments in 40 countries.

Bisevo AB works with behavioral change through education and gamification: How do you create commitment, motivation and long-term profit in your businesses?

As usual, we will offer a delicious lunch while you are getting inspired – RSVP before June 7th to or CLICK HERE











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