I was just referring back to a workshop I ran in South Africa for the Good Financial Governance programme of GIZ (German International Cooperation) and saw that they have written quite a nice summary. While we didn’t use LSP for the whole workshop, it is nice for once to see the client explicitly appreciating the use of the methodology […] View
We are thinking to organize Creative Problem Solving with Lego serious play in 2018 in our Shanghai and Seoul office. At the end of the training we hope to enable to group think creatively on the problems they
Hi all! Thanks Eli for mentioning me. I have been an LSP facilitator for the past ten years aand in the good old days was a master trainer in the LSP advisory board.
I am based in Sydney and we deliver train the trainer sessions once per quarter and also facilitate numerous client sessions.
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12 should not be an issue if you facilitate the sharing and discussion well.
I have run a table of 14 at one go with no major issues though I do not recommend it.
I find that 6 is an ideal table size for time and richness of input.
As Eli says having cofacilitators or even assistant facilitators is best and also distfibutes ebergy and…[Read more]
Hello David and Sabin! Good idea – I just created this group at http://seriousplaypro.slack.com and sent you both an invite. If anybody else is interested in joining real time conversation, please leave your message and e-mail address and we will invite you, too.
We are ShanghaiTrust, a Trust Company located in Shanghai, China. We’d love to organize a LEGO Serious Play for our employees. Are there any facilitators, or affiliate, or certified members of you in Shanghai,