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Level Up your corporate learning and development programs, employee onboarding, training, or adult classroom with this cutting-edge strategy to motivate and engage employees, customers, and students. Hosted by Sententia Gamification, our guests include L&D Professionals, Adult Educators, and Platform Providers who give you tips, tools, and techniques to add immediately to your training, talent development leadership, and employee engagement toolbox. Put Gamification to work for you!
 
Projectified[R] is your guide to the future of project management. Created by Project Management Institute, this podcast is for people who lead strategic initiatives and collaborate on teams to deliver value to their organizations. It features dynamic thought leaders and practitioners who share their real-world experiences and expertise to inform, inspire and prepare you for success.
 
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Recurring guest “Dr. Bob” shares with Hannah and Luke the five practices of exemplary leadership based on the research and book by James Kouzes and Barry Posner. Starting with his personal experience of meeting Kouzes and Posner as a young professor at San Diego State University, Dr. Bob goes on to describe each of the five practices and how we can…
 
PMI’s 2020 Most Influential Projects highlights more than 250 bold, breakthrough efforts—spanning sectors and continents. Guests discuss three of those initiatives: Hugh Lawson, project director at Sydney Metro in Sydney, discusses how the massive project will transform transportation in the city and how COVID-19 created opportunities to challenge …
 
When people are engaged, they do their best work. They are more productive because they feel energized, focused and aligned to the purpose of the organization. Team members stick around longer because they feel challenged yet supported, appreciated and valued by their team. In this episode, Luke, Chris and Hannah explore what it takes to create an …
 
Our topic today is centered on what Richard and eLearning Brothers do best - Help You to Become an eLearning ROCKSTAR™ - help you build content that is engaging, interactive, and inspiring. You can see an example of ROCKSTAR eLearning if you download the case study that accompanies this podcast at thegamificationquest.com Gamified Workplace Safety …
 
Command and control leadership is losing ground to a new style—one that emphasizes creativity, resilience, authenticity and a willingness to reach out for help. Two TED@PMI speakers discuss the must-have skills of the modern leader. Billy Samuel Mwape, PMP, assistant information and communications technology manager at Development Bank of Zambia in…
 
Innovation in the healthcare sector takes time—with companies devoting long hours to research and clinical trials while adapting to regulatory changes along the way. Leo Rapallini at Medtronic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA discusses how his team upgraded the world’s smallest pacemaker for a bigger share of the market. He talks about how company cu…
 
Use the Game Based Learning Design Wheel, which combines the scientific principles of learning theories, game design, and theories of motivation and behavior into a practical model to design gamification solutions that contribute to learning. Developed by Living Story and used for years to design serious games for learning, Michiel and Karen will t…
 
India is at a crossroads, a moment that may determine whether its economy can grow fast enough to support its rising population. To survive—and thrive—will require new ways of thinking. Rachna Singh, IT deployment program manager at Amazon in Bengaluru, discusses how the IT business has changed in India over the course of her career, what lies ahea…
 
There’s a lot riding on the future of food—our personal health, the health of our environment and the growing issue of food security. One potentially promising solution? Plant-based foods. Giulia Braghieri, head of growth and expansion at NotCo, discusses how the Chilean company uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to create plant-base…
 
Gamification designs for learning should use the full potential of feedback rules and feedback loops for engagement. Feedback is a key aspect in game design, not just to direct behavior, but also to give discernable cues to the players on their performance and aspects to improve. A good gamification design knows how to nudge behavior, but a great g…
 
Why is a well crafted player journey such an essential part of gamified instruction? Bernardo is joining us today to promote his workshop that he will be giving at Gamicon 2020 about player journey creation. Learn how a well crafted player journey will reward mastery, as well as how critical it is to balance an extrinsic rewards system. Should ever…
 
The World Bank estimates 1 billion people experience some form of disability. That means accessibility must be built into how teams approach every project—helping them deliver more value to everyone. Kathryn Rutkowski, PMP, senior program manager, Atlassian, Sydney, Australia, discusses how bringing in experts can help bring an accessibility sensib…
 
Change is inevitable, and lately, it seems turbulent change has been the norm. As big and often unsettling changes have been thrust upon us as individuals and on the organizations we lead, becoming aware of the stages of change, which take on a similar form to how we process grief and loss, is helpful. In this episode, Luke, Chris, and Hannah walk …
 
As old routines and ways of conducting business have been turned upside-down in this turbulent COVID-19 world, it is time to take inventory of how we spend our time and energy. In this episode, Luke, Chris and Hannah demonstrate in real-time ways to take inventory – and it starts with managing our energy so the relationships and activities that des…
 
Our topic today is: Practice Self-Gamification or we could turn that title into How to Play the “Turn Your Life into Fun Games” Game You are going to appreciate the program today as you learn how and why to turn your life into a game. Why would you do that? One reasons to turn any project into a game is that when you no longer focus on upsets and c…
 
Without a permanent physical office, digital nomads are leading projects as they travel the world. Ott Vatter, managing director of the e-Residency program in the Republic of Estonia in Tallinn, Estonia, discusses how the project helped create a community for digital nomads. Christina Nguyen, PMP, strategy practice leader for Global Professional & …
 
The world’s historic and cultural sites connect us to human history. Projects to preserve or restore these sites must be handled with care. Ray Pepi, president and founder of Building Conservation Associates in New York, New York, USA, talks about managing priorities of preserving a building’s cultural and historical significance while also setting…
 
An art history course developed for Alverno College based on a challenge to save art works of five ancient cultures from oblivion and thereby save the memory of those cultures. About Our Guest: Marilyn Zwissler started out as a product trainer, found out it was a profession, and is now a performance improvement professional. Along the way, she earn…
 
Gamicon head judge Jean Marrapodi walks us through the Gamicon Project Throwdown competition, the creation of a comprehensive rubric for that competition, and the difference that it made. We explore questions like "how should instructional designers be judged?", "Who should be doing the judging?", and "What makes gamified learning objectively good?…
 
A new generation of leaders is creating, transforming and defining The Project Economy. Meet a few members of PMI’s Future 50, a group of rising project leaders who are making their mark with bold thinking—and innovative projects. Kenneth Harris II, senior satellite engineer, Joint Polar Satellite System, NASA, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA, talks about…
 
What skills will help project leaders succeed in times of uncertainty? As organizations pivot and deploy virtual teams, collaborative, engaging leaders are steering their teams to success. Penny Pullan, PhD, PMP, founder, Making Projects Work Ltd., Loughborough, England, says when you’re working virtually, command and control doesn’t work. She shar…
 
“Mindfulness” has become a buzzword in recent years, but what exactly is it and how can it help us perform better as individuals and as leaders? In this episode, mindfulness & meditation coach, mental health practitioner, speaker and best-selling author Oksana Esberard joins Hannah and Luke to discuss mindfulness as a high-performance practice, and…
 
Trust is fundamental to every human relationship. It is our first discovery along the EQ spectrum because it is the most important element of high-performance teams and effective organizations. In this episode, Chris, Luke and Hannah explore what trust is and how it shows up, and provide specific tactics for how to instill trust with those we lead.…
 
In the coronavirus pandemic, following the wrong information could be a fatal error. That’s why fact-checking organizations are delivering projects to separate truth from rumors. Silvia Cavasola, project manager, Pagella Politica, Milan, Italy, shares how teams from multiple organizations are working together to create a chatbot to answer COVID-19 …
 
In this engaging conversation, Stephanie Licata, International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified master coach and Purpose & Performance Group’s VP of Executive Coaching Practice, joins Luke and Hannah to talk about what coaching is, what it isn’t and when is a good time to consider hiring a professional coach for yourself or your team.…
 
The world of business will look different after COVID-19, setting the stage for project professionals to lead the way into the next normal. Lindsay Scott, PM Network career columnist and co-founder of Arras People, London, England, shares how skills development—including certifications and specialized training—and maintaining your professional netw…
 
Reaching the next level – moving from point A to point B – requires leaving the comfort zone and entering the growth zone. Through reflecting on the truth in our story we are constantly becoming who we were meant to be. In this engaging conversation, Executive Coach Steve Laswell joins Chris and Hannah to chart the journey of becoming.…
 
In this episode, Luke, Chris and Hannah discuss what it means to lead from strengths. Rather than focusing on fixing what is “wrong” with people, when we focus on what is “right” with people, when we focus energy and effort on strengthening what is strong in each individual and leverage individual strengths across teams and organizations, we can ac…
 
Hacker’s Mind by Elevate Security gamifies the security training process resulting in employees who understand their importance in securing your organization. Turn every employee into a security superhero, and equip the organization to succeed against today’s people-centered risk. About Masha Sedova: Masha Sedova is an industry-recognized people-se…
 
On Earth Day, ProjectifiedTM looks at projects to preserve the planet. Devan Wardwell, director of growth at Forest Carbon in Jakarta, Indonesia, discusses a project to restore peatlands. He also talks about using satellite data and sensors to monitor the project’s progress and make data-driven decisions. Michael Sweet, PhD, a researcher at the Uni…
 
The Project Economy calls for a new look at the structure and dynamics of project teams. Ingrid Smith, head of PMI’s Thought Leadership in London, England, shares the power skills that will help teams succeed. She also discusses the importance of empathy while working on virtual teams and how ready-for-anything teams are agile, collaborative and pu…
 
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