3 Ways to Gamify Learning to Increase Employee Engagement
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Five generations are currently working in today’s workforce and developing training content that meets the needs of this diverse population can often be challenging. Gamifying learning is a strategy that can make learning fun, engaging and effective for all ages. In this webinar, Dr. Kelly Richmond Pope will discuss how she has gamified learning using edutainment in order to increase engagement and intergenerational connectivity. Dr. Pope is an award-winning filmmaker, education innovator and accounting professor and has taught both college and corporate learners for over 20 years. Join us for this interactive webinar that will discuss how edutainment can be used to revamp any learning curriculum.
The learning objectives for this interactive session are:
- Explain edutainment.
- Examine the learning styles of the five generations in today’s workforce.
- Discuss the Red Flag Mania case study.
Kelly Richmond Pope
Kelly Richmond Pope is an Associate Professor in the School of Accountancy and MIS at DePaul University where her research focuses on organizational misconduct, ethics and fraud, and how organizations design cultures and compliance systems to confront these challenges. She also teaches in executive education programs at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the Quilan School of Business at Loyola University.
Pope’s research on organizational misconduct culminated into directing and producing the awardwining documentary, All the Queen’s Horses in 2017. Renowned Chicago Sun-Times film critic Richard Roeper cites “kudos to director Kelly Richmond Pope for applying just the right mix of “What the Heck?” whimsy and respectful, serious reporting to this incredible tale.” All the Queen’s Horses explores the largest municipal fraud in United States history and premiered as the #1 documentary on iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play and Direct TV during its debut week on the video on demand platforms in April 2018.
At the organizational level, Pope examines factors that encourage employees to whistle-blow as well as the ethical decision-making process. This research has been published in leading accounting and business ethics journals and resulted in being selected to develop a TED Ed lesson entitled “How People Rationalize Fraud” as well as developing a TEDx Talk entitled “Why Do We Hate Whistle-blowers?”
Pope is a popular keynote speaker and frequently advises firms about their compliance programs and training. She is regularly invited to speak to regulators, including the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, PCAOB, Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigations and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Prior to joining the faculty at DePaul University, she worked in the forensic accounting practice at KPMG. She received her doctorate in accounting from Virginia Tech and is a licensed certified public accountant.