Maturity level and gamification

Maturity level and gamification

Based on an abstract from Int. J. Electronic Government. Ruth S. Contreras-Espinosa and Alejandro Blanco are the authors. This post suggests applying gamification to different stages of maturity models to boost citizen participation and overcome some limitations. Gamification as a

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