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3rd Annual Enterprise Gamification Forum, October 6 - 8 in New York City
Thursday, October 8 • 10:50am - 11:25am
Transitioning From Traditional Print Media To Gamification – Transforming Your Educational Materials Into Engaging, Interactive Activities
USGA

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As the governing body for the game of golf, the United States Golf Association is responsible for writing, interpreting and educating the industry and golfers throughout the world on the Rules of the game. Historically, the educational component has been done through traditional print media and “in-person” classroom or golf course based sessions.  Now, in an effort to reach a broader audience and educate golfers with a fun, engaging and interactive approach, the USGA developed the “Rules of Golf Experience,” a comprehensive digital education platform. 

This session will discuss valuable lessons learned from the USGA’s introduction of gamification into their digital Rules of Golf curriculum, including:

  • How to define “gamification” and manage expectations for leadership
  • Putting the right project team in place
  • Being conscious of scope creep
  • Reaching key milestones and making critical decisions for your project timeline
  • Preparing for post launch and 2.0 development

Thomas Pagel, Senior Director, Rules of Golf & Amateur Status

USGA


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Thomas Pagel

Senior Director, Rules of Golf & Amateur Status, USGA
Thomas Pagel was named the United States Golf Association’s senior director of Rules of Golf & Amateur Status in January 2011. He previously spent eight years working in different sectors of state golf associations. From 2008-10, Pagel served as executive director of the Utah... Read More →


Thursday October 8, 2015 10:50am - 11:25am
The Studio, YOTEL