Next Generation Gamification, Simulation and Virtual Reality Learning

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President, The Gronstedt Group
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Description

How do you develop a new generation of learners who have spent more time with video games than in school? Join us for a session packed with demos and case studies of how leading Fortune 50 companies are harnessing gamification, simulation, virtual and augmented reality, and mobile video to build organizational capabilities:
 
  • A global sales force transformed with a Mission-Possible-themed, video-based, sales simulation game
  • A tower-defense-style game to train cyber security skills
  • A 3D immersive hospitality management game
  • A new leadership initiative introduced with a “transmedia storytelling” campaign across a multitude of screens and devices

Finally, the session will demonstrate how the new generation of virtual and augmented reality technology can simulate tasks that are too dangerous, expensive or inconvenient to practice in real life.

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About Anders Gronstedt, Ph.D.

Anders Gronstedt, Ph.D. is the president of Colorado-based Gronstedt Group, a digital training agency at the intersection of gaming, media and learning. They help global companies like Google, KPMG, DaVita, and Kimberly-Clark improve performance with innovative learning approaches, including next-generation digital simulations, learning games, transmedia storytelling, and virtual and augmented reality experiences. He is a former faculty member of the CU Boulder School of Journalism and his articles have appeared in the Harvard Business Review.

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