Lego® Serious Play®

Lego® Serious Play®

Introduction

Welcome to my pages dedicated to LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®. I am a trained LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator and have been researching and developing the use of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method within Higher Education.

This includes using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® as a research tool for understanding aspects of both Higher Education and Business.

A particular focus is on the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method as a Co-Design tool, using the method with staff and students, and students and business owners.

Have a look at the different resources I have put together that will inform you about how you can start using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® for yourself. Click on any of the squares below, to read more about the topic.

Lego® Serious Play® – What is it and what can you use it for in HE?

LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® is quoted on the Lego® Website as, “a powerful tool designed to enhance innovation and business performance”. The originally methodology for Lego® Serious Play® was developed by three people, in 1996, two professors, Johan Roos and Bart Victor of IMD, Switzerland, working alongside LEGO® Group CEO…

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Lego® Serious Play® Open source use and becoming a Trained facilitator

Up until 2010 LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® and the Lego® Serious Play®. Method was licenced by Lego® for use by authorised facilitators only. Since 2010 LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® has been offered by Lego® as an open source method with free use under a creative commons licence…

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Using Lego® Serious Play® in Higher Education and designing workshops.

If you have read the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® open Source document you will have been introduced to the basic structure of the method of challenge, build, share then reflect. Also, how the methods can be developed into a workshop and used to develop not only individual models…

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Lego® Serious Play® useful links

This page hosts a number of key links to LSP® materials which are intended to be helpful to accelerate your interest in LSP®. I have categorised the different resources into categories, so you can filter through the links and get to the parts that matter most to you…

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