Dreamforce 2013 Will Show What Sales Gamification Can Do

Dreamforce 2013There used to be this grand curiosity around the term “sales gamification.” Take last year’s Dreamforce. Gamification-related sessions, panels and product announcements made for some of the most exciting happenings. It seemed everyone wanted an introduction to the idea of gamifying the workplace.

A year later, things have changed. Interest no longer surrounds the idea of understanding sales gamification as a concept; people want concrete evidence on what it can do. And lucky for those heading to the Moscone Center next month, Dreamforce 2013 will offer that.

We’re excited to say that we’ll be part of that initiative. In fact, our team members and/or our clients will speak on gamification in the following sessions…

Sales Gamification Sessions at Dreamforce 2013:

(*Click on any session title to learn more and get details on registering) 

Monday, November 18: 

People-Centric Apps in Salesforce 

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM; San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate C1/C2

Compete to Win (Don’t Motivate to Lose)

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM; Moscone Center West, 3022

Tuesday, November 19:

Gamification Isn’t for Kids Anymore

12:3o PM – 1:00 PM; The Westin St. Francis San Francisco, Elizabethan C / D

Gamification: BS or Bottom Line?

4:30 PM – 5:00 PM; San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Yerba Buena – Salons 4, 5, 6

When is Gamification Healthy vs. Damaging? 

4:45 PM – 5:15 PM; The Westin St. Francis San Francisco, Colonial Room

Wednesday, November 21: 

Gamification – Open Forum with Thought Leaders and Experts

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, YBCA – Forum

Of course, attendees can always stop by booth N2107 or book time in our Moscone meeting room to keep the conversation going outside of these sessions, too.

As for what will happen with sales gamification once curiosities on its capabilities find satisfaction, we think it will continue on the same path we see today: the one that starts at commonplace concept and ends at commonplace practice. And so, we expect to be writing a similar post one year from now. But there will be a difference: That post will list sessions that focus more on best practices, meant for an even wider audience of people already relying on gamification — because they’ll really know what it can do.

*To book time in our meeting room, simply send an email to courtney@leveleleven.com with your preferred date/time. 


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