An interview with Jim Wexler on Enterprise Gamification.

Below is an interview on Enterprise Gamification I did with with Jim Wexler of Experiences Unlimited.

This is the interview I did with Jim.  In the interview we went over the past and possible future for gamification, and the upcoming conference on Enterprise Gamification in New York City.  During the interview, we also managed to witnessed Skype get bored over the discussion of life insurance.  The interview runs 45-50 minutes.  Click on the this link to listen to the interview: Interview with Jim Wexler

Mr. Wexler is running the Enterprise Gamification Forum in New York City in late September, which will have a number of top speakers on the subject of gamification for enterprises.  Click on the following link for more information on this event:

http://www.egfnyc.com/

There is still a few days left to take advantage of the early-bird pricing.

 

 

 

Richard Hutnik

Richard (Rich) Hutnik is a published game designer, with over 100 games created to his name, including the World’s Worst Boardgame. He also has had years of experience in online community management with several game communities he has founded. He is currently positioning himself into the area of gamification, utilizing his experience in game design, community building, and online marketing.

More information Rich Hutnik can be found at:
http://www.GamesByRich.com

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  • Hi Richard,

    Interesting interview, it’s a pity that sound quality was not perfect, but in any case both you and Jim give much food for thought for those interested in gamification (like us 🙂 )

    • Richard Hutnik

      We had issues with Skype cutting out. Besides this, I decided to reduce the bit rate for the digitizing to be able to fit in the blog post, which likely made myself sound a bit under water most likely. So long as it could be heard, that is the main thing.

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