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While I enjoyed this book significantlythan The Loyalty Leap, I can t give itthan 1 star because it s not something I would ever choose to read for myself I don t really know what I was expecting from this one I mean, I thought I knew what he was going to talk about and he kind of did but also not really so I can t be too harsh on it it terms of content When you don t know what something s supposed to deliver, how can you tell it it didn t I will say that the case studies wen While I enjoyed this book significantlythan The Loyalty Leap, I can t give itthan 1 star because it s not something I would ever choose to read for myself I don t really know what I was expecting from this one I mean, I thought I knew what he was going to talk about and he kind of did but also not really so I can t be too harsh on it it terms of content When you don t know what something s supposed to deliver, how can you tell it it didn t I will say that the case studies went on for way too long, he tooted his company s horn waaaaay too hard in the middle why you could ever be proud of a company called Bunchball I just can t say , and even though he said gamification isn t games, that s basically what he instructed businesses to start Look, I know you re trying to make it seem like badges and points and missions can be used outside of a game context, but the reality is that your customers are going to see it as a game and that s OK Games are like, ridiculously intelligent and complicated and wayimpactful than most other schemes you could come up with to encourage loyalty so just suck it up and admit you re designing pretty boring games to try to get people to like you.Or don t admit it Who are we kidding I don t really care loljokes (((Read Pdf))) ⇺ Loyalty 3.0: How to Revolutionize Customer and Employee Engagement with Big Data and Gamification ⇲ The New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller The new secret to driving LOYALTY THAT PAYSOnce revolutionary, loyalty programs designed to differentiate products quickly became commoditized And yet, billions of dollars are still spent every year on programs that are doomed to fail These programs, it turns out, don t inspire long term loyalty Once a better deal comes along, customers will gladly defect Can you blame them Silicon Valley start up Bunchball, the pioneer and innovator in gamification, is light years ahead when it comes to the concept of loyalty and using it to drive business profits and growth Focusing not only on customer loyalty, but also the loyalty of employees and partners, Bunchball combines behavioral economics, big data, social media, and gamification to inspire loyalty that lasts from everyone involved in the success of a businessNow, in Loyalty , Bunchball founder Rajat Paharia reveals how you can use these same techniques to seize the competitive edge for your businessPaharia shows you how to create a system powered by human motivation and digital technology that creates ongoing, persistent engagement among customers, employees, and partners Loyaltyarms you with everything you need to know in order to build a loyalty and engagement program that drives a sustainable advantage for your business, including The building blocks of motivation, big data, and gamification necessary for creating a powerful strategy that drives long term loyaltyCase studies from today s most innovative companies that are already driving customer engagement, learning and skill development, and employee motivation with LoyaltymethodsStep by step guidance on how to plan, design, build, and optimize your programNow is the time to abandon your traditional loyalty programs and start taking all your stakeholders seriously so they will take your company seriously Loyaltyis the game changing leap you ve been waiting for When you create true loyalty among customers, employees, and business partners, you will generate a sustainable competitive advantage and win in your industryPraise for LoyaltyRelationships are the single greatest asset for all organizations Relationships with customers, relationships with employees, relationships with partners In Loyalty , Rajat Paharia reveals the new science of relationship building through big data and gamificationTIM BROWN, CEO, IDEOLoyaltyis filled with major insights and does a brilliant job of grounding the reader in fundamental concepts around motivation, big data, and gamification building on these concepts through real world case studies that bring the combinations to life It finishes with actionable ideas and next steps that enable you to test and operationalize these ideas in your own workplace and personal lifeBRAD SMITH, CEO, IntuitA fascinating insight into how companies are exploiting big dataMARK READ, CEO, WPP DigitalRajat pioneered the business use of big data and game mechanics to transform the customer experience A decade before anyone else, he saw that the same techniques that video game designers had used for years fast feedback, badges, competition, goals, and leveling up were also incredibly powerful for motivating behavior outside of games, and an industry was born This book shares his secretsCLARA SHIH, CEO of Hearsay Social, author of The Facebook Era, and board member at StarbucksRajat Paharia comprehensively explains how to create loyalty in the modern world full of data and connectivity If you want to learn how to motivate and inspire employees, you must read this bookDAVE KERPEN, New York Times bestselling author of Likeable Social Media and Likeable BusinessIn this powerful and groundbreaking book, Rajat Paharia clearly demonstrates how big data, motivation, and gamification can be utilized to create true engagement and loyalty We believe Loyaltywill be a game changer for our associates and guestsRAY BENNETT, Chief Lodging Services Officer, Marriott InternationalThe journey to Loyaltyis real Rajat s vision shows why right time relevancy and context will transform how organizations engage with 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Los crímenes del ajedrez and gamification has proven to be a powerful driver for success The insights Rajat shares in Loyaltywill help guide the next wave of deeper relationships across the enterpriseSANDY CARTER The Captain's Lady IBM Vice President A Taste for Risk Social Business Evangelism and Sales This was a pretty good text I was interested in the psychological elements of gamifying material because I am a high school teacher The best thing I took from this text was a list of sources that I could pursuein depth reading. This is a book that has not seasoned well while trying to provide readers with a panoramic view of how behavior can be influenced, most of the comments here are pretty shallow, if not totally na ve I did enjoy a framework to take into account when designing games, but that was basically it. A good intro for the idea and benefits of gamifying things. I had a chance to read an advanced copy, and I was taken by the link the author draws between video games and behavioral science, and how companies can use that link to motivate people to participate in something as mundane as an employee portal.Big data plays a huge role here, too, and with the NSA finally putting this in the brains of people who don t work in IT, the timing seems perfect to talk about using big data for purposes other than ferreting out bad guys.Some facts are true eye openers I had a chance to read an advanced copy, and I was taken by the link the author draws between video games and behavioral science, and how companies can use that link to motivate people to participate in something as mundane as an employee portal.Big data plays a huge role here, too, and with the NSA finally putting this in the brains of people who don t work in IT, the timing seems perfect to talk about using big data for purposes other than ferreting out bad guys.Some facts are true eye openers The pace of digital data growth is jaw dropping, and its implications for businesses leave you wondering if and how companies are applying these techniques to you It s an easy read, and the science on which its concepts are based is put into a useful context that later folds nicely into the case studies you d expect from a business book Gamification makes its appearance after the foundational concepts are described, but Paharia, who is a gamification guru, does an admirable job of dialing down the role his seminal company played in the evolution of that industry Good thing, too Only Apple can get away with talking about itself incessantly Paharia seems to know this and wisely lets the concepts and the case study subjects tell the story for him.The final chapters offer tips for implementing Paharia s concepts It seems clear that many of these are the result of his experience in gamification, and to his credit, he doesn t settle for weak platitudes or generic envision, plan, execute, measure bromides Paharia views crafting a Loyalty 3.0 campaign as a design problem because participants will find themselves inside an experience, almost as if they re inside a story These are the kind of viewpoints, in addition to practical do s and don ts, that I was hoping for here Loyalty 3.0 reminds me a bit of Paco Underhill s terrific Why We Buy, which also showed how behavioral science can be used to help companies understand and anticipate what people want and then design environments that encourage the results those companies want In a way, that s what this book is about NetGalley offered this book for review I am always looking for ways to engage both employees and customers at my business and gamification, the subject of this book, would be great if I can figure out how to do it.Quote I wrote this book to share what we ve learned with you and arm you with everything you need to know to build a loyalty and engagement program that drives a competitive advantage for your business Page 18My Blog NetGalley offered this book for review I am always looking for ways to engage both employees and customers at my business and gamification, the subject of this book, would be great if I can figure out how to do it.Quote I wrote this book to share what we ve learned with you and arm you with everything you need to know to build a loyalty and engagement program that drives a competitive advantage for your business Page 18My Blog A decent read Like many how to books it is strong in setting up the problems but a little less strong in the execution There is some gamification here, but mostly it is about customer engagement There is good structure here and the real world examples did help solidify the points.Not the quintessential book on the subject, but a good one to read none the less. Great read on how to incorporate loyalty 3.0 into a workplace Although, I am looking for ways to incorporate gamification into my classroom instead of the workplace it gave a good understanding of gamification and its principles It would have been nice to seeon the gamification side of it, but this book wasbased towards companies instead of me. The case studies were the big take away for me as I had already read a book that, I feel, did a better job of explaining how to setup a system like this.This book had the extra little insight to focus on apply the gamification towards the employees as well, hence the 3.0 I feel a lot of the better companies were already on that route.