The DBWC hosted in March the Last LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® workshop.  The 3-part series that will introduced the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Method, where members will build 3D models using specially selected LEGO® elements to answer a series of predesigned questions. The models then become the basis for exploring personal identity, team dynamics, product design and innovation.

The first workshop was conducted in January took our members through the journey of exploring their personal identity using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® models. The Second workshop was about exploring exploring team dynamics using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY that took place in February.

The DBWC completed yesterday the third and last Lego Serious Play workshop March 21st.
The last session was a gateway to imagination and creative design. It helped our members transform ideas of products and services into concrete 3D LEGO models.

The objectives of  this session are :

       Create 3D models of product ideas and experiment with the bricks' magnificent ability to accept change!

       Stimulate creative thinking and innovative design

       Enable silent participants to contribute and make sure individual ideas are fully explored

       Create an informal learning platform to allow sharing of views, concerns, insights and inspiration


All the three workshop series were facilitated by Qabas Shaer, Founding Director of Riforma Consulting. Qabas Shaer is certified in Designing and Facilitating Workshops Using the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method.


Qabas has designed and facilitated various workshops using the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Method on creative thinking and innovation, team and personal identity and strategy development and deployment. She has worked on various quality management, process improvement and change management consultancy projects. She has also organized and facilitated professional development programs in different leading organizations on business excellence, total quality management, process reengineering and strategy development and execution.

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