Gamification of the Innovation Process

This article provides a basic overview of how game theory can be used to enhance the innovation process, although the examples cited (retail rewards) are more “post innovation.”  Specifically, the innovation examples are less in how points systems are implemented but more in how to first conceptualize the use of points.

Companies such as Innocentive and are other sources to see how gaming can help innovation as well as the innovation potential from a base of existing innovations.

Innovation Excellence | Gamification of the Innovation Process.

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