12 Ways To Make Your Gamification Project Fail  ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 4.17 May 3, 2013

There is increasing frustration with Gamification projects that have petered out after the initial hype. Siddhesh Bhobe, CEO for HR Gamificaiton company eMee, highlights 12 pitfalls you can avoid in your Gamification program.

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