Lego Serious Play Workshop

Examples how to use Lego Serious Play in real life

INTRODUCTION

LEGO Serious Play for higher education

This video show the role of Lego Serious Play in IT Business Development of Today!

What is Design Thinking

Get better understanding of what design thinking is all about. Organizations that embrace this methodology will have a clear competitive advantage in their industries.

LEGO Serious Play for Education in 3 minutes (final version)

LEGO Serious Play for Education in 3 minutes (final version). Video by David Gauntlett. Narrated by John Moraitis.
June 2010.

CASES & METHODS

Lego Serious Play - introduction

An introduction to the Lego Serious Play method for business. A simple explanation from Rex Associates. Certified facilitator and workshop designer. 

Have you heard about
LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®?

Torsten Wunderlich, One of our Agile Coach walk us through one of his prefered tools: the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method.

LEGO Serious Play - Team Building

LEGO Serious Play - Team Building workshop

LEGO Serious Play for higher education

This Explee animation describes some of the basic principles of LSP or LEGO(R) Serious Play(R) in Higher Education. Created by Eleanor Livermore and Chrissi Nerantzi at the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at MMU.

On the Road with LEGO Serious Play

LEGO Serious Play is an educational tool used by schools, businesses, and various institutions around the world. This video compares and contrasts fifth grade students in Raleigh, NC and Monterrey, Mexico as they use LEGO Serious Play in the classroom

Strategic Play - Lego Serious Play

Colgate Design Thinking Case

TALKS & WORKSHOP

LEGO Serious Play for higher education

This Explee animation describes some of the basic principles of LSP or LEGO(R) Serious Play(R) in Higher Education. Created by Eleanor Livermore and Chrissi Nerantzi at the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at MMU.

Lego Serious Play (Spanish)

Alcance Consultores, Spain

Workshops using Lego Serious Play offered at Rice

The Greek philosopher Plato once said, “You can learn more about a person in an hour of play than you can from a lifetime of conversation.” A new program offered by Rice’s Glasscock School of Continuing Studies draws on this ancient wisdom by using Lego bricks to help a company’s employees articulate concepts in a new way that accesses the whole brain and opens up pathways for each team member to contribute to potentially novel and richer solutions.

Groups interested in learning about or receiving the training can contact George Zombakis, professional development program manager at the Glasscock School, at zombakis@rice.edu or 713-348-6101.

© 2015 - 2018 @ netcity.dk - tabletcafe.dk - All rights reserved.

Design meets Business

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now