I have been asked to create a concept for a potential client.
Every year they host an internal strategy conference of 2 days with approx. 150 attendees from their global organization.
This year they want to use Day2 for several parallel Problem Solving Workshops using the LSP method.
Does anyone have experience with this kind of setup?
I facilitated many 60-250 Workshops but usually as a teaser and network experience for 1-2 hrs max.
This is something different, something where exploration bags alone (material wise) won‘t be enough. So logistics in itself are a big part of this (at least in my current thinking). Or do you have different experiences/perspectives?
Currently I am thinking about splitting the groups into 15-30 tables and training people from the client upfront to be a good table host as well as bringing some fellow LSP practitioners along.
The idea is to facilitate some generic problem solving challenges which fit to nearly every problem out there! So no contextualized challenges specific to one problem on the table.
Additionally I would design some sort of canvas to help them capture the insights generated with the Lego models as well as documenting the solutions on the table. I am still in an early stage of conceptualizing but want to get a grasp of whats possible.
Which experience do you have with these kind of settings? Flow-wise, material-wise, pitfalls, tips and tricks?
Would be very thankful for and good advice!
If you are in the Austrian area please reach out as well! I might need on site support!