Play Seriously. Learn Creatively.
Moderated process designed to develop innovations and new business strategies.



How can organizations or company's fully optimize the insight, ideas and imagination available? How can they tap into the human ability to imagine, think creatively, describe and make sense of the business at hand, initiate change and improvement, and even to create something innovative and radically new?


Research shows that hands-on, minds-on learning produces a deeper and more meaningful understanding of the world and its possibilities, much more so than listening or reading. With LEGO SERIOUS PLAY learning hack, employees will use three-dimensional thinking by creating and constructing metaphors to describe real situations the company faces. Because when our hands are used in learning, thoughts and ideas that are built with our hands tend to be expressed in greater and remarkable detail.


In LEGO SERIOUS PLAY workshops, real Lego bricks are "played", existing structures are displayed or new ideas are built up. LSP is applicable to different areas: problem solving, team development, strategy development, etc. This results in an effective dialogue and lively interaction. By experimenting different perspectives, new possibilities can be formulated. With this training and learning experience, employees can help to shape and drive the innovation process of their company.

How would you stage or advertise your hack?

To build excitement and encourage participation with ‘Play Seriously. Learn Creatively.’ LEGO SERIOUS PLAY workshop I'll make it fun and engaging, for example a company announcement would be made where employees are requested to attend office in their Star Wars outfit, cartoon character, superheroes, a fireman, etc. any costumes that they feel comfortable of wearing. Decorate the office environment as if they are in a LEGO world.

Snacks would be served and LEGO bricks would be given to every employees.

Awarding of certificate of participation for the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY workshop would be presented to each participant at the end of the day.