Gamifying Logistics

Games are fun, encouraging, rewarding, and collaborative, all of which you want to see more of in your supply chain. Neelam Singh writes about how to gamify logistics. It is of course easier said than done, as not every game is well-designed or engaging. Likewise, applying an effective game toward the realization of a business goal is challenging as well. Singh believes employee training might be the place where gamification is best suited, as, “Complex supply chain applications can be taught to new employees in small, engaging, digestible blocks of learning.” Just remember that the point of a game is to improve productivity, not tear it apart by putting your employees at odds with each other. For more, you can read the full article here: http://logisticsviewpoints.com/2015/05/12/gamifying-logistics/

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