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Thank you for the "Private" message. Kindly give more details about the aim and objectives of your research and where you will be conducting the study, etc. In the meantime, please study the material at Using Gamification for Employee Engagement | Work.com blog <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google ) Top 10 Enterprise Gamification Cases That Will Make Employees More Productive https://pure.ltu.se/portal/files/433...3-43320102.pdf and http://enterprise-gamification.com/a...%20College.pdf
All found at https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourc...larly+articles
The last article has quite a good reference list and accessing some of those will throw some more light.
I am not a HR expert or had come across the term "Gamification", till I received your message. I am sure that had you taken the trouble to search the web, you would have found the same information. Hence, I take this opportunity to appeal to members to search the web first, formulate the aim and objectives and then seek help. This step will help me and other experts to give precise answers.
16th July 2014 From United Kingdom
As it was the first time that I came across the ABI Award, I checked the web and found some information about it at American Biographical Institute - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I was surprised to find that unlike other awards which may pay the recipient of the award, the recipient has to pay to get the award.
17th July 2014 From United Kingdom
I have heard people saying, honours, degrees (Doctorate), titles and why even naming a square or a street in a person's name is possible buying them for money, especially in USA. I think the ABI Award could be counted one among them I suppose.
19th July 2014 From India, Bangalore