gsummit June 19-21, 2012

Panel – The Enterprise Gets Gamified: Lessons from the Front Line

Ivan June 6, 2012 0

As Gen-Y’ers and older people in organizations show dwindling rates of productivity and collaboration, forward thinking companies are turning to gamification as a solution. Many people are resistant to this change, finding that games trivialize serious work and that there is no budget for gamification implementation. This enterprise gamification panel will feature a group of experts who have all faced these problems but still successfully employed gamification into their organizations. Listen to this engaging panel discussion and find out how to leverage gamification for your cause and where to implement it in your organization.



MARIO HERGER is a Senior Innovation Strategist at SAP Labs in Palo Alto, California and global head of the Gamification Initiative at SAP. He has worked in the past on a series of new SAP products and drives several communities around innovative topics at SAP. He has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Vienna University of Technology and an undergraduate degree in International Business Management. He recently played through all levels of the iPad game Air Attack and currently works with his four year old son on reaching the final level of Angry Birds. Follow Mario on Twitter @mherger




DANNETTE VEALE is the Digital Engagements and Technology Strategist, Cisco Sales and Partner Engagements and Recognition Programs at Cisco. Dannette lives and breathes new media. Prior to her role on the GSX and VPS team Dannette lead the creation and drove the strategy for the award winning Cisco Live and Networkers virtual program. Dannette has also managed global online and virtual programs for a variety of Cisco groups; most notably emerging markets. When she’s not evangelizing the use of virtual environments to extend the reach of an event and broaden the overall audience demographic participating, you’ll find Dannette engaged in such varied hobbies as producing streaming media, designing Web sites, or watching classic films such as Blade Runner. Outside of her daily immersion in the bleeding edge of collaborative media, Dannette’s also been known to partake in such real world activities as gardening, baking, and knitting;while watching cyberpunk anime, of course. Follow Dannette on Twitter @dveale


TYLER ALTRUP is a Senior Social Media Engagement Manager at EMC Corporation specializing in social metrics, social monetization, and gamification. He is a frequent blogger on all three topics, as well as music and gaming, at,, and He is currently building an advanced social metrics glossary in order to create a library of advanced social metrics, along with an understanding of their correlative and causal relationships. He also led the recent launch of RAMP, EMC’s new gamification-powered Recognition, Award, and Motivation Program, on the EMC Community Network. Tyler holds undergraduate degrees from the University of Missouri in Marketing, Latin, and International Studies as well as an MBA from Boston University. When he’s not on the clock, you can find him pwning n00bs on Xbox Live and PSN as TyBlues95. He wears jeans, sneakers, and giant headphones to work (and does not like cubicles). Follow Tyler on Twitter@TylerAltrup


ADAM BOSWORTH is a technology leader and innovator who was instrumental in building numerous technology products, including Google Health, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Internet Explorer and BEA WebLogic Integration and Workshop. Adam founded Keas in 2008 to help people improve their lives by helping them to be healthier, and to help employers have a healthier, happier and more productive workforce. Follow Adam on Twitter at @AdamBosworth

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