LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method now part of LEGO Foundation - Serious Play Pro

The LEGO Foundation has taken over the responsibility for LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method. This change will help create the platform for the continued development and growth of the method.

The President of The LEGO Foundation, Morten Aagaard has long been a great supporter and fan of the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method, and was trained as a facilitator in 2004. Morten has asked Per Kristiansen to chair an advisory board. Per has invited Robert Rasmussen to join the board (an invitation he accepted).

The LEGO Foundation will be supported by the Board in the continued development of the method, in accrediting training programs, supporting research, updating the products and raising the awareness of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method.

On behalf of Morten Aaagard
Jette Orduna (Director, Kirkbi) & Per Kristiansen

8 Comments
  1. Rory 6 years ago

    Per,

    Great news! I think you will do a great job.

    Rory

  2. Donna Denio 6 years ago

    Per and Robert both have long and deep histories with the LSP method and share an emotional commitment to our collective success. This is a very positive development. Congratulations to all resposible for this change.

  3. Valentim 6 years ago

    and how will the kits be sold?

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    Per Kristiansen 6 years ago

    When the new Identity & Landscape kit is ready, the Foundation will set up a web channel where all the products can be bought

  5. Itha Taljaard 6 years ago

    I am REALY happy this has changed. It is positive and more than overdue

  6. Inger Le Gué 5 years ago

    Any news on release date of the new Identity & Landscape kit?

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    Per Kristiansen 5 years ago

    Hi Inger
    Only that it is moving closer. We have simplified it, so that whilst the content remains the same, it will be packed in fewer bags, this makes the process simpler.
    Will post as soon as we know more

  8. Jaap den Dulk 4 years ago

    The intention of the LEGO Foundation is to “mobilize the world around the link between play and learning.” I like this practical shift in their approach. Link to Lego Foundation

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