Long-term LSP supported Change Management Case Studies/Examples

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    Avatar Dieter Reuther 

    Hi all,

    I was wondering whether there are any examples or case studies where LSP was used for long-term change management initiatives involving teams at different locations, growing and evolving teams, implementing new processes and tools.


    Avatar Marko Rillo 


    I believe that longer sessions happen quite frequently. In SeriousPlayPro community survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/seriousplaypro we had a question: “What types of workshops do you deliver with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®?” One of the answer options was very similar: “Continuous sessions with the same client over a long period”. This received the following answers:
    – 70 respondents: A few times
    – 22 respondents: Several times
    – 7 respondents: Frequently
    – 5 respondents: All the time

    I have personally a number of cases where I have assisted the companies/teams over a longer time-frame with the help of LEGO SERIOUS PLAY. However, in all those cases the issues that you list are highly context-specific to the particular organization, their market situation, internal setup of their teams, politics of the management etc etc. Can you please be a little bit more specific regarding your question and it would probably be easier to think along with you.

    Avatar Eli De Friend 

    Hi Dieter,

    Here’s a link to our case study: http://www.caprese.org/EN/experience/Exp_Case_Swisscom_EN.html
    Over an 8 month period, 300 period people went through the programme with CAPRESE involved. On a couple of occasions, including the pilot, we brought in Per Kristiansen as an additional facilitator. Per also ran a full 4-day training with the client’s internal facilitators/trainers, enabling the client to continue the programme autonomously. For some reason they finally dropped the LSP module from the programme. I was never able to fully understand why as the answer was given in Swiss German.

    Hope this helps – if you need more info, please feel free to contact me directly.

    All the best,


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