LEGO® Serious Play®: Promote Cultural and Organizational Changes


LEGO® Serious Play®: Promote Cultural and Organizational Changes
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The LEGO® Serious Play® (LSP) Method is a technique to facilitate reflection, communication, and problem solving that can be used by organizations, work teams, and really anyone in general. At the organizational level, LEGO® Serious Play® is useful to encourage involvement and participation in the decision-making process. It can be specifically helpful for complex context in which a decision requires commitment and adaptability from the affected parties.

LEGO® Serious Play® is organized into a central process and includes seven application techniques, all of which have a goal of “100-100” (100% of the people participate 100% of the time). Through this structure, the facilitator gradually increases the level of difficulty so that participants stay within the “flow” to achieve the objectives pursued. The process of building with LEGOs takes advantage of the human capacity to imagine, describe, and understand a situation, as well as to initiate change and improvements or to create something radically new. When people use their hands, a complex process develops that generates a strong emotional charge. “Thinking with your hands” unleashes ideas, inspiration, and imagination.

Learn more about how to use LEGO® Serious Play® and download our infographic.

This workshop uses LEGO® Serious Play® techniques to help organizations understand and embrace changes that require their people to identify shared goals and action plans to not only overcome but promote the changes at hand.


  • Have more information about the strengths and weaknesses of the organization regarding the change.
  • Have complete knowledge of the environment and the impact of change in the organization.
  • Apply the knowledge obtained to design and carry out an action plan for the organizational changes pursued.

Student Profile

This workshop has been designed for people with different responsibilities in the context of change in an organization.


There are no prerequisites to attend this course.

Course Materials

Students will use LEGOs® during the workshop and, after completing the workshop, receive a report with the conclusions obtained in the session.


Engaging and interactive face-to-face workshop.


A certificate of attendance will be issued to students who attend the course for at least 75% of the duration.


There isn’t an official certification associated with this course.

Course Outline

  1. LEGO® Serious Play® process review
  2. Learning activities
  3. Central identity
  4. Aspired identity
  5. Shared identity
  6. Agents, environment, and connections
  7. Extract simple guiding principles


This session proved to be exceptionally popular, providing a unique, hands-on way for delegates to interact and identify problems and explore how best to solve them.” – TEXWeek 2019 (Workshop Presentation)

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Course Details


JJM 522


1 day

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