Adam Penenberg, Renowned Journalist and Author, Shares How Gamification Enables Corporations to Achieve Groundbreaking Results

Penenberg is revolutionizing the way businesses prosper and grow through the power of gamification. Using his pioneering new book Play at Work as support, Penenberg teaches how games are an effective tool for helping employees learn, create and innovate throughout all aspects of their careers.

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Adam Penenberg

Adam Penenberg

Penenberg provides a fascinating showcase on how every organization can seamlessly incorporate gamification into their culture, resulting in improved collaboration, increased productivity and the development of new ideas.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013

Adam Penenberg is a well-known name in journalism and not afraid to push boundaries. Appearing on NBC’s Today Show, CNN’s Money Line, ABC World News, NPR, The New York Times, Washington Post and Marketwatch, Penenberg is revolutionizing the way businesses prosper and grow through the power of gamification. Using his pioneering new book Play at Work as support, Penenberg teaches how games are an effective tool for helping employees learn, create and innovate throughout all aspects of their careers. Using real-world examples, Penenberg provides a fascinating showcase on how every organization can seamlessly incorporate gamification into their culture, resulting in improved collaboration, increased productivity and the development of new ideas.

Currently the Assistant Director of the Business & Economics Program at New York University and head of the department’s ethics committee, Penenberg continues to keep his finger firmly on the pulse of corporate innovation. As the Editor for PandoDaily, he enjoys intimate knowledge of the best disruptive ideas flowing out of the world’s most ingenious companies, giving organizations keen insights into the future of their marketplace.

Audiences may be familiar with Penenberg for garnering national attention in 1998 as an editor at Forbes.com, when he unmasked serial fabricator Stephen Glass of The New Republic. His story became a major turning point for online investigative journalism and has since been retold in the film “Shattered Glass.” Since then, Penenberg has been viewed as a leading authority on investigative journalism, authoring seven books that focus on the distresses facing corporate America.

Penenberg’s highly entertaining and informative programs provide cutting edge insights that can inspire all audiences to innovate and prosper. Whether it’s in the boardroom or the classroom, Penenberg is a seasoned speaker who brings to life groundbreaking ideas that can help foster long term success.

Organizations wishing to book Mr. Penenberg should contact American Program Bureau at 1-617-614-1600 for information on available dates and program topics. For more information on American Program Bureau, please visit http://www.apbspeakers.com. For a profile on Mr. Penenberg, please visit http://www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/adam-penenberg.    

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