Do semantics have anything to do with this? should have been the actual title of this post... Fishy? Keep reading, you will understand what I mean. This adventure all started with one simple question: Why do so many disagreements stem from the interpretation of words?
The majority of software development companies, gaming companies and tech companies have now adopted the open space concept. Communication & PR agencies, journalism, engineering also have moved to open concept. Is there an obvious message here? What do you think? Does the best innovation happen behind closed doors or does it happen as a collective?
Given that innovation is so vital to a business, what are its key ingredients? How can businesses innovate and what does it take to make them survive in a highly competitive market? This is a very challenging question as there is no single rule or recipe that works for every company given that each one has its own operating model, external environment, etc. However there are common conditions needed to be present in order for innovation to happen.
There’s no detailed magic recipe. There you go, I said it. There’s no specific way to create and sell a course that’s bulletproof. People tastes and needs are constantly changing and every trainer is, and should be, in a continuous battle to make sure their courses can survive the market. There are, however, several recipes for failure, ways to ruin your chances of survival right from the start and those recipes are rather easy to follow!
A growing trend in the learning industry these days is the use of gamification to enhance the learning experience. Without further ado here are my 5 tips to implement a successful gamification strategy: