Tag: Gamification and the Age of Your Sales Team

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by Julie Dunn July 9, 2014

4 Tips for Managers of Young Sales Teams…Courtesy of Kanye West

A generational gap can be one of the most challenging obstacles for leaders of young sales teams to overcome. What should just be a gap in age can manifest itself as a gap in communication that grinds productivity to a halt. My own transition from college to the professional world has exposed me to leaders

by Julie Dunn January 30, 2014

5 Gaming Stats That’ll Change Your Gamification Assumptions

Kristy SharrowHere’s how it tends to play out… Step 1: Hear gamification. Step 2: Think gaming. Step 3: Form thought along the lines of: Could be interesting for a team of fresh-out-of-college 20 somethings who “still” play video games.  Can you relate? If so, fair enough. But we do think you should read these five stats (courtesy

by Julie Dunn April 26, 2013

3 Reasons Gamification Isn’t Just for Millennials

It’s one of those questions we’re used to hearing. We’re asked while working trade shows and attending networking events and even prospecting on the phone. And our answer never changes: No, enterprise gamification is not just for millennials. If it were, we wouldn’t have some of the clients we do. That’s because several of the