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The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology is an innovative process designed to enhance innovation and business performance. Based on research which shows that this kind of hands-on, minds-on learning produces a deeper, more meaningful understanding of the world and its possibilities, the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology deepens the reflection process and supports an effective dialogue – for everyone in the organisation.

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology is an innovative, experimental process designed to enhance innovation and business performance.

You can learn more about a person in an hour of play than you can from a lifetime of conversation – Plato

WBIS Consulting and Training is excited to offer you, your clients and staff, the method adapted to your specific requirements, concerns, tasks and/or projects.
We can design a journey through enterprise architecture, strategy or stakeholder management using the method at your premises or at a quality public venue for just one day or a whole week.

Start talking to us today and let us build your LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® experience together.
We will facilitate your experience using a proven method and a kit for you to transform your thinking into LEGO metaphors…
Many large companies have already used the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method and the community is growing fast…

About the LEGO Company and the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Method:

Q: What are the LEGO Company’s involvement with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® today?
A: They produce and sell four brick sets developed specifically for use with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method and they provide a set of Trademark Guidelines, which everyone involved with or using the method must comply with. To download the guidelines click here.

Q: Does the LEGO Group still train facilitators?
A: No. The LEGO Group only strongly recommends that facilitators take a training course.
Q: Are there any trainer of facilitators that are officially appointed and approved by the LEGO Group?
A: No. There are no LEGO Group officially appointed LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® master trainers or trainer of facilitators. There is no LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Training Board or Advisory Boards and there are no LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® partners with a formal or special status or relationship with the LEGO Group. This all was terminated in 2010 with the Creative Commons License.
About the rights to use the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method after the training

Q: What are my rights for using the documentation and learning outcomes from the training?
A: You are free to use everything you have learned and received for delivering LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® with end-users as you see fit. We do not currently train facilitators.

LEGO, SERIOUS PLAY, IMAGINOPEDIA, the Minifigure and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, authorise or endorse this website.

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Lego Serious Play (LSP) is a facilitated method for creative problem solving and decision making that uses Lego bricks as a medium of communication. It has been used in various contexts, including business, education, and community development, to foster creativity, collaboration, and innovation. LSP can be adapted to enterprise architecture (EA) in the following ways:

  1. Use LSP to facilitate EA workshops: LSP can be used to facilitate workshops where stakeholders can collaboratively create and communicate EA artifacts, such as architecture models, diagrams, and roadmaps. The Lego bricks can be used as a visual and tangible medium to represent EA concepts, relationships, and dependencies, and can help participants to better understand and communicate complex EA ideas.
  2. Use LSP to foster EA alignment: LSP can be used to facilitate discussions and activities that foster alignment among EA stakeholders, such as enterprise architects, business analysts, project managers, and IT leaders. By using LSP to visualize and communicate their EA perspectives and priorities, stakeholders can better understand each other’s viewpoints and work together to achieve EA goals.
  3. Use LSP to support EA governance: LSP can be used to support EA governance by enabling stakeholders to create and communicate their EA compliance and risk management practices. For example, stakeholders can use LSP to create and validate their EA policies, standards, and guidelines, and to identify and mitigate EA risks and issues.
  4. Use LSP to promote EA innovation: LSP can be used to promote EA innovation by encouraging stakeholders to think outside the box and explore new EA possibilities. By using LSP to prototype and test new EA concepts, stakeholders can evaluate the feasibility, viability, and desirability of new EA ideas and identify opportunities for EA innovation and improvement.

Overall, LSP can be a valuable tool for EA practitioners to foster creativity, collaboration, and innovation in their EA practices. However, it is important to ensure that the LSP activities are aligned with the EA goals and objectives, and that the results are integrated into the EA governance framework.