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Over 4 days, hear from 50+ expert speakers & engage in workshops covering gamification, customer loyalty, employee engagement & behavior science. Earn your Certification in Gamification Design in our limited space, full-day workshops on June 10th. During our 3-days of content/speakers (June 11-13), we’re adding multiple mini-workshops for everyone to have more hands-on learning experiences at GSummit. Register Now
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Wednesday, June 11 • 5:30pm - 6:00pm
How Employee Recognition Programs Fail

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Most employee recognition programs fail to achieve the objective: employee engagement.    Rather than make employees excited to come to work, many recognition programs (with the best-of-intentions) encourage the opposite.   We have conducted hundreds of experiments to optimize & gamify Employee Recognition programs — incorporating lessons from our F1000 clients, sports and our own employees.   We will cover the three biggest mistakes in building Recognition programs & how to avoid.

Speakers
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Albert Balcells

Co-head of Engineering, Next Jump, Inc.
Albert Balcells joined Next Jump in May 2007, and currently serves as SVP and Co-head of Engineering. He has held a variety of roles during his tenure, including Head of Product, and Head of UX. Prior to joining Next Jump, Albert served as the CTO of CoActive Marketing Group, a publicly traded marketing agency. Albert is originally from Barcelona, Spain. He began writing software on a Commodore 64, and jumped to PCs soon thereafter. He earned a... Read More →
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Thomas Fuller

Co-head of Engineering, Next Jump, Inc.
Thomas Fuller is the Chief of Engineering at Next Jump, Inc. (NxJ). Tom joined Next Jump in October 1999 and helped grow the business though the first dot-com bubble to over 150 employees. A few years later, Next Jump survived the dot-com bust however shrunk down to just 4 employees in January of 2002. Tom was part of the 4-person surviving team and, since 2002, has lead the development of the company's e-commerce platform. Today, NxJ is... Read More →


Wednesday June 11, 2014 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Room 2