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Aaron Dignan on Why the Future of Work is Play

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Steve Dahlberg-Mary Alice Long

Steve Dahlberg-Mary Alice Long


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We'll explore the notion of the "game frame," what games mean to us, why learning should look more like gaming and why work should look more like play. Plus, connections between creativity, motivation and games. Our guest is Aaron Dignan, author of The Game Frame: Using Games as a Strategy for Success, and founding partner of the digital strategy firm Undercurrent. Find more at www.gameframers.com and on Twitter @aarondignan.

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