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Teams, leadership, innovation

Ignite the Power of Teams with a LEGO Serious Play workshop.

Team Dynamics Boston leads custom designed team workshops to break down demographic, profession or culture based barriers and help team members communicate better. We believe in the potential of people and that everyone within an organization can contribute to...

Belinda Doveston covered a session we led for the NH UXPA group in her latest podcast Bridging the Social Divide. Listen to a clip from this podcast: Find more details about Belinda's podcasts One Brick at a Time here:...

What if?

What if you could add color to your team? What if you could improve their work by revealing their creativity? What if you could empower each of them and amplify the potential of your team? Just imagine the possibilities. https://vimeo.com/101389463

You thought Lego was for kids? Think again!

David Gauntlett, professor of creativity and design at London's Westminster University, will be "creativity ambassador" for Victoria University's inaugural Creativity Week in Wellington, giving speeches and running events. Last week he was on the phone from London,...

Top Ten Reasons to use LEGO Serious Play

Lego Serious Play, a three-dimensional thinking and communication process, helps teams gel. You take a group of individual "people silos" and weave them into a cohesive team. 100 PERCENT PARTICIPATION GUARANTEED – The highly structured LSP process design guarantees...

How Lego Bricks can make you a better Leader

In collaboration with O’Reilly Media, Lego Serious Play facilitators Donna Denio and Dieter Reuther crafted a booklet “Build to Lead” to address the potential of harnessing the power of play in the workplace. They explore the future of work and how a play-based...

Google’s Quest to build the perfect Team

For many years Google's top executives believed that building the best teams meant combining the best people. However, now we know that this will not necessarily make a team great. The collective intelligence of a team very much depends on its diversity and how well...