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Monday, September 16 • 2:45pm - 2:50pm
"You seriously need to play more - Let's go! (Participatory design and facilitation with Lego Serious Play)"

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Kahiwa Sebire  
It might look like just fun and games, but Lego Serious Play (LSP) is a powerful facilitation tool to enable groups to surface deeper-level assumptions about a topic or program. By supporting participants to think metaphorically to build and then communicate their idea or viewpoint, groups can achieve stronger and clearer communication.

Let me share an example of how I used LSP to help a team build a shared vision of success, while uncovering competing assumptions in a safe and structured manner, and ideas for how you could use it to construct program theories, define success criteria, gather participant insights.


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avatar for Matt Healey

Matt Healey

Senior Consultant, First Person Consulting
I've been working as an evaluation consultant since early 2014. In that time I've led over 50 projects spanning sustainability, climate change, public health, health promotion, emergency management, energy efficiency, renewable energy, waste management, innovation... There's probably... Read More →

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avatar for Kahiwa Sebire

Kahiwa Sebire

Director / MEval Student, eLumen/ University of Melbourne
Enthusiastic solution finder and life-long learner. Big fan of thorny questions, sticky notes and whiteboards. In my work, I'm exploring the intersection between learning and technology, and particularly how educational institutions can be purposeful about how they design for student... Read More →


Monday September 16, 2019 2:45pm - 2:50pm AEST
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