In a knowledge economy, getting the most out of every employee is paramount, and with the baby boomer generation beginning to retire this has taken on critical importance for companies, whatever their sector.
What role can gamification play in this? A new study, published in Nature this week, may provide some answers. The study, conducted by Adam Gazzaley from the University of California, San Francisco, found that regular gaming can improve the mental performance of older people.
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