What are the rules of the Game?
On 14th April 2010, a number of future ex-Certified LEGO SERIOUS PLAY partners met with LEGO management and then amongst themselves to discuss the feasibility of creating a community. From LEGO’s side, it was made clear that LEGO would in future only refer, be it in person or on the web, to open communities of parties interested in LEGO SERIOUS PLAY.
Even prior to the April 14th meeting, some interested parties were already feeling that the community would have to establish the rules of the game, before it could function effectively and before any other decisions could be made.
Others felt that before deciding on the rules, the objectives of the community should be established.
Others again felt that we should just get out there and do business together and the objectives and rules would work themselves out.
If anyone reading this article is interested in contributing to the establishment of this community, please comment below…
It is a good idea. If any of the certified partners would like to take part in this event then let us know about your preferences regarding the time:
Having missed out on the opportunity for Certification, I would still like to pursue training. I am also able to host an event here at the University of Houston in Texas.
Thank you for your inquiry and sorry for the long silence coming back to you. During past couple of weeks our community has become more active and several certified trainers have posted information about their upcoming training events. Look at the events page – http://seriousplaypro.com/events/
It might be also a good idea to see if some of our community members would be up to organize a separate event in Houston. Jacquie and Robert have been the active in organizing these events in US previously. I recommend you to send them a message via their profile page:
Good luck with your training event and welcome on board our community!
Did you find a training program to attend yet? Our next training is in November on the 8th, 9th 10th and optional 11th.
Let me know what information you might need.