Group to talk about LEGO Serious Play. Mexico community
Lego® Serious Play® Friends & Facilitators welcomes you to our MeetUp Group
We run different kinds of MeetUp:
Come to a Mini MeetUp: A Lego® Serious Play® Workshop for 7 people
Mini MeetUps give small groups of maximum of 7 participants an introduction to Lego® Serious Play® using basic and mid level Lego® Serious Play® application techniques, namely: building individual models, building shared models, creating landscapes and making connections.
If you're curious about Lego® Serious Play® and what to know more, this free mini meet is for you.
You can see what one looks like here.
Come to a Bigger MeetUp
We’re just reviewing plans for bigger meetups with our current sponsor, so watch this space for plans for bigger meetups hosted by The App Business.
About the Lego® Serious Play® friends and facilitators MeetUp group.
This MeetUp group is run with enthusiasm by two trained Lego® Serious Play® facilitators.
We don't work for Lego, and claim no ownership of the brilliant ideas LEGO created. (Read full trademark guidelines).
Lego Serious Play MeetUps in other countries and cities
There are Lego Serious Play Groups in:
Germany | Berlin
Canada | Montreal
Holland | Utrecht
Special administrative region of China | Hong Kong
Additional Information on Lego® Serious Play®
An excellent book, "Building a Better Business Using the Lego Serious Play Method" (available at Amazon) sets out the history, core ideas and theoretical underpinning of Lego® Serious Play®. It is an easy read, and helps explain why the Lego® Serious Play® method is so powerful.
Read more about the method and background to Lego® Serious Play® on the Lego website.
Additionally seriousplaypro.com is a forum of just over 1000 members. It is the place to go to for information on training and certification.
Please note, Lego® Serious Play® is owned by by LEGO who maintain all intellectual property rights in and to the Lego® Serious Play® methodology as well as Lego® Serious Play® materials.
You can learn more about a person in an hour of play than you can from a lifetime of conversation" – Plato