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Gamify or lose?

cut-e.com/gamification • Do we need gamification in assessment solutions? • What does 'gamification' imply? Is there a difference between gamification, gamified assessments, game-based assessments? • How much gamification applicants want and need. • How companies can use gamification in talent acquisition strategies. • How to balance applicant and corporate needs for gamification. • What should and should not be gamified.
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Can there be ‘too much fun’ when we include games in the assessment process?
Can there be ‘too much fun’ when we include games in the assessment process?

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