LEGO SERIOUS PLAY

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Goal

LEGO SERIOUS PLAY is an innovative, experiential process designed to enhance innovation and business performance.

It is designed for groups to improve communication, get to a shared understanding faster, solve complex problems and for coming up with more creative solutions.

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Materials

  • LEGO Serious Play workshop kits

Instructions

Pre-Work Required: Agreement with client sponsor on the content and outcome of the workshop
Design of workshop agreement
Ordering of workshop material

As taught in the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY facilitator certification training and described in the facilitators manual

Usual or Expected Outcomes: Confidence: Building landscape models with LEGO bricks, giving them meaning through storymaking, and playing-out various possible scenarios, deepens understanding, sharpens insight, and socially "bonds" together the group who "plays" together. Commitment: people are more committed to the decisions after having been invited into the key discussions and decision-marking process.
Get to the issues faster: you will inevitably surface indiscussables and save time through deep dialogue about your complex issues so you can make more, better and faster decisions.

Potential pitfalls: Too short time
Participation from managers that do not value the voice of the employees

Examples of successes and failures: Successes: see case stories: www.seriousplay.com

Failures: are usually connected to workshops with too short time

Background

Source: LEGO Group (and IMD)

Recognizable components: Process facilitation

References: Process facilitation

Alternative names: LSP

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