My first real “professional” LEGO SERIOUS PLAY workshop was with a company here in Boise called Happy Family Organics. My colleague, one of the Food Scientists in the the Research & Development team, asked me to work with his team, for a two hour session. The goal of the workshop was to better understand how the team responds to challenges. We used a combination of Application Technique 1 (AT1) Building Individual Models, and Application Technique 2 (AT2) Building Shared Models, to represent challenges that the team has faced in the past, and how they responded to those challenges. At the end of the workshop, we had a shared model on the table representing the most important things to do when facing a challenge.
I had a great time working with this group, and it was great to see the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY model working in action. I feel like all of the participants left having unlocked new knowledge, and a better understanding of how they can overcome obstacles.
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