Games, like most systems, can be designed to serve different kinds of ends. While some are purely meant for entertainment, some might be designed to sell things or to lose weight. Our interest lies in increasing the impact of learning.
The reason why games are a great vehicle for learning is that games are engaging experiences. In an engaging experience, the players produce dopamine, the hormone that will encourage us to explore and try new things – to learn and innovate, to phrase it differently.
We had a chat this week with our team about how this happens and what we know about learning in our business games. Here’s a TOP 10 list infographic of our findings. Enjoy!
P.S. If you have similar (or different) experiences, we would love to hear from you. Let us know if this resonates with you and how have you learned while playing (business) games?