Esther Federspiel Gamed-based learning in companies
Albert Einstein himself claimed that “Play is the highest form of research”. By play, we often understand something trivial without any tangible benefits. But this is an unfair portrayal of one of the most demanding cognitive functions of any human being. Against the current backdrop of digital transformation, companies face numerous challenges to which game-based approaches are ideally suited.
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Esther Federspiel is a social psychologist and for eight years has explored game-based approaches in the corporate context through her research, teaching and service activities. Before being appointed to the research, teaching and service activities post at the university, she spent 10 years working in the field of marketing and communication.