Unlock your team's full potential. Encourage everyone to participate and to commit to the solution. In a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Workshop 100% of the people participate 100% of the time. 


The purpose of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® is to change “lean backward meetings” to “lean forward meetings”, where the result is more participation, more insights surfaced, more engagement and, ultimately, more commitment and faster implementations.

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method (LSP) is a facilitated thinking, communication and problem-solving technique for use with organizations, teams, and individuals. It draws on extensive research from the fields of business, organizational development, psychology and learning, and is based on the concept of “hand knowledge.” 

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For Sales Teams 

Sales Teams can successfully overcome the challenges of today’s unstable yet interconnected landscape of digital transformations, global economic instability, environmental disasters, and pure human hardship, by embracing a growth mindset and ability to adapt to changing market conditions. 

For Creative Teams

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Workshop provides an excellent learning environment, in which creative teams can address complex challenges, reach valid answers and emerge with shared commitments and an actionable plan for doable next steps. 

For Project Management Teams

During this LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Workshop PM teams can address and deal constructively with tough and provoking issues like Remote Work and Distributed Teams; Change Management, Information Overload, Stakeholder Engagement, Resource Management, Scope Creep, Cultural and Language Differences, etc. 

For Multinational Teams

Does the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® work across cultures? The simple answer is YES! It works. LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® has been around for 20+ years. It transcends and works across national and organizational cultures. The method works for all people, regardless of age and gender. 

Designing a new product/service

The workshop design is based on 3D Canvas, a  LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitation technique used to reach a common understanding with stakeholders on the importance they give to the delivery of each item on the topic of the workshop. 

Become a certified facilitator

Our Foundation Training Program to become a certified facilitator of the method gives you the full and complete training necessary for you to master all aspects of the method and successfully implement the method. There is no additional training or certification required beyond this program. 

Stories from our customers

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Elena Drecheva, Managing Director @ Konica Minolta 

For our team of account managers, we held a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Workshop, facilitated by Dimitar Stoev, from Learn Valley Ltd. The workshop turned out to be a real learning experience for our team of professional salespeople. The theme of the workshop was Cross Sale and Up Sale. The feedback from the participants was very positive because they were able to reach important conclusions through this unconventional method. 

The format of the workshop, with no lecture part and no presentations, appealed to our colleagues and provoked them to change their perspective and see the problems they are facing through the eyes of the rest of the team members. Visualizing ideas through LEGO has enabled them to unleash their creative side, which is also a distinctive part of the method. The method allows participants to visualize their strengths and obstacles through building models with LEGO, and to understand the strengths and obstacles each member of the rest of the team faces as well. It has been curious for everyone to see and hear how others express themselves in ways that are so different and atypical from the standard everyday forms of communication.

"The nice thing about the workshop was that we could, through creativity and with a good tone, briefly describe the challenges we face with the Up Sales and Cross Sale processes, evaluate ourselves as part of the company and what we would like to be, what we could change to become better and successful. It was valuable for us to be reminded that the personal goals in front of us are also the overall goals of the team and how important the role of the team is for the success of each one of us." 

What happens in a workshop with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method?

Our Facilitators are trained, certified and maintain certification through the Association of Master Trainers in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method, Denmark.

The Association was founded in response to the 2010 decision by the LEGO Company to make the basic LEGO SERIOUS PLAY idea commonly available through their Creative Commons License. This led to an increased interest in the method and in offering training in facilitating and designing with the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method. The purpose of the Association is to determine and observe global quality standards for facilitator training thus avoiding the risk of diluting the method and infringing on others copy rights. 


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