A powerful tool designed to enhance innovation and business performance

Tailored Sessions

This methodology can be implemented at every level of your organisation as part of one to one session, group sessions, in training sessions and team Meetings.

100% Engagement

Improve group problem solving by utilising visual, auditory and kinesthetic skills which requires participants to learn and listen, and it provides all participants with a voice.

Solutions to take forward

Workshop participants leave with skills to engage their imagination more readily, and to approach their work with increased confidence, commitment and insight.

Innovative Workshops

Using the power of Lego® Serious Play® to build stronger organisations


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  • Create Winning Cultures
  • Department Identity
  • Team Cohesion
  • Change and Taking Ownership
  • Innovation Culture
  • Business Development
  • Leadership Development
  • Product and Service Development Process
  • Develop Future Scenarios
  • Review and Development of Process
  • Coaching

What our clients have said

British Council

“Absolutely recommended. It’s not just a lego , its the inner - hidden you!”

“Activities with Lego helped to open up some areas in the brain which were kind of locked before"

Amazon AWS

“I would recommend Lego® Serious Play®. The session with Transformation Space was fun, insightful and imaginative. This methodology allowed individuals to express themselves in a different manner and be more open with ideas and feelings.”

Net Visibility

“Transformation Space ran a great Lego® Serious Play® session for the Net Visibility team. The insights the session produced were really interesting, and definitely helped us develop a clearer understanding of how we operate as a team, and how we can build on this for the future.”

FAQ's

The concept was created in 1996 by Professors Johan Roos and Bart Victor when they both were professors at IMD in Switzerland. Around the same time Lego® were experiencing a downturn in business as video games became popular. Lego® used Lego® Serious Play® to turn the business around and later decided to make the methodology open source

The science behind Lego® Serious Play® is based on Piaget’s theory of Constructivism and Papert and Harel’s theory of Constructionism. In a recent research paper written for the University of Chester, we at Transformation Space, mapped Lego® Serious Play® methodology with the theories mentioned above to Barner and Barner framework for Building Better Teams

At it’s core, LSP is a systematic method that enables people to use Lego® to solve problems, explore ideas and achieve objectives. Ideally we would used mixed approaches. Participants will build models according to clear guidelines, the facilitator will provide some underpinning context both before and after models are constructed, this could be sharing news or training of some type. Participants will be given time to reflect and action plan insights gained.

Lego® Serious Play® aims to:
• Create collaborative relationships
• Plan appropriate group processes
• Create and sustain a participatory environment
• Guide groups to appropriate and useful outcomes

Yes, this is a crucial element which is why it is important to have an initial scoping discussion with your facilitator so that we can explore the ‘what’ and ‘why’ and then design the session to your needs. Although we have delivered countless sessions, each group has slight nuances that require careful thought if they are to experience the right impact and outcome.

A methodology trusted by the best

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