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Themes and topics for GamifyUs


Actionable Gamification & Behavioral Design

How to understand and use a gamification model and apply it in any context

Yu-Kai Chou, Gamification expert (No 1 in the world)


People, planet and profit

How nudging can help your business to prosper and create a more sustainable workplace at the same time

Linda Lindström, Co-founder Beteendelabbet


Game design, Nudging and Behavioral Science - how are they related?

Panel discussion: Our host Anna Olin Kardell talks with Yu-Kai Chou, Beteendelabbet and guests on the relation between game design, nudging and behavioral science. How can our business and the people in it benefit from knowing more about these topics?


Designing bias-free HR processes

How nudging can help you hire and keep the right people

Christina Gravert, Professor in Behavioral Economics and Founder Impactually.


The Elephant in the Brain

How can knowledge about the Elephant in the brain help you understand yourself, your business or your customers?

Robin Hanson, Associate Professor of Economics at George Mason University and expert on idea futures and markets.


The Gaming Effect

What are the most important lessons learned from the gaming industry?

(Name will be announced shortly)


Breakout sessions


What Super Mario can teach us about creating habits

Why is the organisation not as rewarding as video games?

Oskar Henriksson, Psychologist founder of Psykologifabriken and creator of the psychological gym Habitud


Into the Wild

How cutting edge technology can affect real-world positive change

Sander van der Vegte, Head of Mediamonks Lab and game developer 


Can gamification create inclusion on the job market?

How can elements from Pokemon go be used to encourage people far from the job market to start networking their way in?

Jonas Bygdeson, social entrepreneur and founder My Dream Now


More speakers will be announced shortly

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