REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Nov. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Badgeville, the global leader in gamification technology, and Future Workplace, a leading executive development firm, today announced that Badgeville President and CEO Jon Shalowitz and Future Workplace Founding Partner Jeanne Meister will speak at the invitation-only 2020 Workplace Network event, hosted by LinkedIn. The conference will take place November 9-11, 2015 at LinkedIn office in Sunnyvale, California.
An exclusive event attended by talent management thought leaders from high-profile companies, the conference theme is the future of the workplace, with speakers exploring innovations in sourcing talent, developing leaders and creating a more transparent workplace. Shalowitz will speak on the future of work, providing insight into how trends such as gamification are changing the workplace, at a networking reception sponsored by Badgeville. Maureen McDermott, Director, Strategic Solutions and Services Capability at CDW and a Badgeville enterprise customer, will speak on gamifying sales training.
Pat Wadors, CHRO and SVP Global Talent Organization at LinkedIn will welcome attendees to the Future Workplace event where over two days senior heads of Human Resources, Corporate Learning and Talent Management will discuss how they are preparing for the future workforce and workplace. Jeanne Meister will also share insights on how the Consumerization of the Enterprise is impacting Human Resources.
"I'm looking forward to discussing the emerging technology trends that are shaping the workplace of the future," said Shalowitz. "Enterprise gamification is playing an increasingly central role in motivating staff and building long-term employee and customer relationships, as is employee reputation management. The 2020 Workplace Network conference is an ideal venue to learn about new solutions and compare notes with HR thought leaders who are creating tomorrow's workplace today."
"Our use of an HR Hackathon is a game changer in how we provide new hires with a voice to suggest their ideas on how to become engaged in the workplace," says Pat Wadors, CHRO of LinkedIn.
"LinkedIn's use of the Hackathon concept in Human Resources shows the power of being open to new ways of working and learning, says Jeanne Meister. "To compete for the best talent and win, companies have to continuously re-think and re-imagine the way they recruit, develop and engage talent. I'm excited to interact with so many senior HR professionals as they share the challenges and solutions they are encountering while managing a shifting workplace landscape," observes Meister.
For more information on the conference, please go to https://2020wn1115.sched.org/. To learn more about Badgeville, please visit www.badgeville.com. Find out more about Future Workplace at www.futureworkplace.com.
Badgeville is the world's #1 gamification platform. We help businesses increase high-value customer and employee behavior. Founded in 2010, Badgeville is recognized as a global leader in gamification technology. Hundreds of global leaders, from American Express to Oracle, have selected Badgeville's Behavior Platform to power their customer loyalty, employee productivity and product enhancement programs. Badgeville believes gamification is much more than points, badges, and leaderboards. We help business leaders achieve real business benefits with gamification that contribute to their bottom line.