• I had the pleasure to deliver LSP session to my MBA students at Arden University who worked on their projects for ‘Leading Transitions’ Module.

  • It was my pleasure to deliver a seminar and LSP session to Professors and doctors of the University of Jordan titled: Embedding innovation and entrepreneurship in curriculum.
    The 3 hours seminar and workshop to 50 professors, associate professors and lecturers of The University of Jordan covered: 1. concepts of innovation and entrepreneurship in…[Read more]

  • To all LSP facilitators out there in the Arab world, this group is for you, Please help us to form a community together.

    https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8723043/

    Thank you
    Dr Abeer Pharaon

  • Hello everyone, does anyone have the activity exercise which has a sheet to draw two dimensional view of a set of connected bricks then you ask them to build it using the bricks to show the three dimensional capability of the brain
    really need it please thanks, kindly email to abeer@innovation-culture.com or post here

  • Conventional business development is normally conducted using brain-storming sessions or meetings at busy times when human brain is functioning dominated by the left side linked with problem solving, logic and decision making. Although this is crucial, the right side of the brain linked with emotions, imagination and creative thinking is not…[Read more]

  • How does LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® help in developing Business Ventures?

    Conventional business development is normally conducted using brain-storming sessions or meetings at busy times when human brain is functioning dominated by the left side linked with problem solving, logic and decision making. Although this is crucial, the right side of the b…[Read more]

  • Had a great testimonial on LSP session recorded on video last week, watch it here from Phil Southward, Head of Operations at the International Festival for Business IFB2016. http://www.innovation-culture.com

  • My website innovation-culture.com is up and running, finally!
    excited about new ventures planned ahead

  • Enjoying building the new website with lots of Lego in it! :)

  • Had the pleasure of providing LSP taster session to a large construction company.
    hopefully be convinced to receive full one, feedback was very positive and willing to carry for proper proposal

  • Dr Abeer Pharaon posted a new activity comment 6 years, 5 months ago

    Hi Jody
    Would be grateful if you would allow sharing your video and possibly more info about the think with your hands content
    thank you

  • Dr Abeer Pharaon posted a new activity comment 6 years, 5 months ago

    Thanks Per, Do you have further info re the Pegasus conference or any further information for short LSP introductory sessions
    thanks
    abeer

  • Dr Abeer Pharaon posted a new activity comment 6 years, 6 months ago

    Many thanks Marko
    I will have about 25-30 people for 1 hour
    any ideas?
    thanks for the reply

    • Hi, Dr. Abeer. Not too much time. It’s always important to help the group get used to the bricks, through building the tower or the bridge. Then, you might make them build a free model and one of the models from the booklet. And that’s almost it, with an hour.

      Good luck!

    • With this size of a group and this amount of time I would give a short introduction and make every person play with the contents of a window exploration bag. You can choose to put people in groups of 4/5 and make them do some small excercises like building a tower to experience ownership, building small metaphors using a same starting point and do…[Read more]

      • Am with Wiro on this. in one hour, do a quick tower, followed by the explain this, and then something a bit personal or relevant to the theme. Make certain you have time, 15 min or so for a bit of discussion and sharing of how LSP works in companies

  • Dr Abeer Pharaon posted a new activity comment 6 years, 6 months ago

    Many thanks Patricia
    I will have about 25-30 people for 1 hour
    any ideas?
    thanks for the reply

  • How would you deliver LSP taster session in 3 hours? anyone had similar experience?

    • hi Dr. Abeer,

      How many participants will be there? Depending on the number and your goal, you can try different exercises.

      Always begin with the tower/bridge challenge. And then move towards discovering the metaphore.

      You can try with the duck building if you want them to understand the particularity of each participant. Or you can try the…[Read more]

    • As Patricia has already pointed out – there are lots of different applications out there for short interventions. It depends greatly on your location, the type and size of your group. If you would fill us in about whom do you plan to deliver the taster session then we would be happy to brainstorm with you how to make it work.

      • Many thanks Marko
        I will have about 25-30 people for 1 hour
        any ideas?
        thanks for the reply

        • Hi, Dr. Abeer. Not too much time. It’s always important to help the group get used to the bricks, through building the tower or the bridge. Then, you might make them build a free model and one of the models from the booklet. And that’s almost it, with an hour.

          Good luck!

        • With this size of a group and this amount of time I would give a short introduction and make every person play with the contents of a window exploration bag. You can choose to put people in groups of 4/5 and make them do some small excercises like building a tower to experience ownership, building small metaphors using a same starting point and do…[Read more]

          • Am with Wiro on this. in one hour, do a quick tower, followed by the explain this, and then something a bit personal or relevant to the theme. Make certain you have time, 15 min or so for a bit of discussion and sharing of how LSP works in companies

    • The Think With Your Hands workshop was designed to be a 3-hour experience, based on seeing groups get a lot out of the smaller format:
      http://www.thinkwithyourhands.com .

      but in one hour, there are more impactful LEGO interventions (not really LSP) – the innovation ducks are always a winner; and I have heard great reviews of Per’s presentations at the…[Read more]

    • Quick reply, the approach I have used at Pegasus and other conferences is a robust skills building followed by a relevant AT1 challenge, and then a bit of supporting theory and finally case examples.
      It is very much following the experience – explain principle
      Happy to share more, if or when needed