Ben Linders wrote this interesting post on InfoQ website about the combination of LEGO SERIOUS PLAY and Agile.

People can tell stories and express themselves when trying to solve complex problems using Lego. Jens Hoffmann facilitated the session “Prototyping an Agile Culture with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®” at the GOTO Berlin 2015 conference. The attendants divided themselves into teams of 5 people or less. For the first exercise the attendants had to build a bridge with a mini figure on top of it. Next the attendants had to introduce them selves, using the bridge that they have just build. In this way they practiced telling stories with Lego.

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