Gamestorming!

Blog to keep track of:
http://www.gogamestorm.com/

Think back to the last time you played a game. What was the game? Why did you choose to play? Was it a simple game like tic-tac-toe, or something more complex, like Monopoly, Scrabble or Chess? Or maybe it was a game of basketball? Did you play with friends? With family? Try to recapture the feeling you had as you played the game. How did it feel? Would you like to have more of that feeling at work?

Games come naturally to human beings. Playing a game is a way of exploring the world, a form of structured play, a natural learning activity that’s deeply tied to growth. Games can be fun and entertaining, but games can have practical benefits too.

This blog is about knowledge games: games designed to help you get more innovative, creative results in your work. We’ll show you not only how to play knowledge games but how to design them so they fit your own specific work goals.

O’Reilly press release for Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers and Changemakers.

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