Learning leaders are confronted regularly with questions about workplace game usage: Can casual games really lead to learning, or are they simply a distraction or a waste of time? What types of games lead to positive learning outcomes? Do fully developed strategic games need to be developed or can simple casual games work to boost learning outcomes by increasing learner recall?
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