Every year at the major company event there are employee motivation games to play. Most of us dislike these games because the majority of them seem silly and pointless. Why waste our time with this is what employees usually complain about.
When you were in school, you probably remember watching countless documentaries, slide shows and lectures that could have put you to sleep instantly. Traditional training and teaching methods have the potential of being boring and not very engaging for participants. When you train your employees, you want to make sure they are engaged in the course and retain all of the information presented to them. Standing up in the front of a conference room lecturing your staff isn’t necessarily going to get the job done. This is why game based can be a great asset.
In the future businesses will use computer games to help train their employees. You may think this is something that will happen far off into the future, perhaps 10 years from now, but that’s not correct. In fact many companies are already doing this. I know several large companies in the franchising sector that use computer games to help train their franchisee’s employees. The US military also uses computer games to help train the troops, and those important Army jobs which require logistical and logical thought processes.