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The Game of Work: How to Enjoy Work as Much as Play

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This is a new and extensively revised edition of a classic business book that has sold over 100,000 copies. The good news it brings is that organizing work as though it were a game-making it interesting for employees by providing scorekeeping, feedback, goal setting, coaching, choice, and so on-will lead to increases in productivity and much better morale in the workplace. ...more
Hardcover, 146 pages
Published November 1st 1985 by Shadow Mountain (first published September 1st 1984)
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Christine Cozzens
Very helpful guide to making work more meaningful and more rewarding. I'm going to use the advice and tools in this book for work, personal goals and for parenting my future family. The teachings are applicable in many ways. I'm excited to share these game ideas to my team at work.
Lisa Shultz
Valuable information. Keeping score is vitally important to get the results you desire. I look forward to measuring my my results and tracking my efforts on a scorecard. I know it will make a difference.
Tim Malone
Enjoyed this little gem back at a time when work was becoming a drudgery for me. This helped me liven it up, not take things so seriously and get more out of my career than I was at the time.
Emily Butler
Good read, particularly for business. Difficult to apply in a non-profit/social services type of organization.
Glen
If you are serious about maximizing your staff out put, this is the book for you.
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