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Michael Wu's gamification deck at Vator Spark

Lithium's chief scientist on the science of gamification

Innovation series by Kristin Karaoglu
May 4, 2012 | Comments
Short URL: http://vator.tv/n/2671

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The first keynote speaker of the morning at the inaugural Vator Spark event was Michael Wu, chief scientist, from Lithium.com. Lithium is a business helping companies engage their social customers to be the best advocates they can. 

Also read Krystal Peak's write-up on Wu's presentation, Gamification is not alone a sustainable solution.

(Check back on Vator News as we will be posting the presentations of the speakers. See other gamification write-ups below under related news.)

 


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