LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®: Real Time Strategy For the Enterprise Workshop

2,250.00  excl. VAT

Price is for 12 participants.

Duration: 12 training hours (1.5 days);

Regular Price: 2,250 EUR excl. VAT . EU registered businesses in EU countries other than Bulgaria will not be charged VAT. 

Instructor: Certified Facilitator, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® ;

Format: Intensive, hands-on, in business hours, 8 training hours per day. Participants will play with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Identity and Landscape Kit and  LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Connections Kit.

Delivery dates:  As per schedule;

Registration deadline: N/A;

Maximum participants: 12;

Classroom location: TBA;

Discount for early payment: YES.

Description

What can participants expect from the Real Time Strategy for the Enterprise Workshop?

Real Time Strategy for the Enterprise is a process for continuous strategizing in an unpredictable world.

Why do we need Real Time Strategy for the Team?

  • The world is becoming more and more unpredictable, yet organizations and teams need to make aligned and intentional decisions;
  • The world is changing faster than plans can be developed and implemented;
  • The world is changing faster than employees can adapt to with planning and programming tools;
  • It is difficult to keep track of what is taking place in the world;
  • Traditional business strategy processes are increasingly unable to do the whole job.

This workshop will help enterprises:

  • Construct a shared identity of the enterprise;
  • Continuously heed your changing landscape;
  • Develop a set of Simple Guiding Principles for continuous strategizing;
  • Balance from purely visions of the future – to heedful interactions;
  • From mission statements – to shared identity and purpose;
  • From predictions in plans and budgets – to Simple Guiding Principles.

Workshop Content:

  • Skills Building;
  • Building Core Identity;
  • Building Aspirational Identity;
  • Building External Identity;
  • Building Shared Identity;
  • Building Agents (Landscape);
  • Connections in the Landscape;
  • Playing Emergence;
  • Extracting Simple Guiding Principles;