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SEP 07 / 10:30-13 PM

Florence - Italy

ARE YOU MATURE ENOUGH TO PLAY?

20 years of LEGO SERIOUS PLAY...

with Robert Rasmussen

Are you looking for ways to change the status quo in your organization?
Need a new perspective to enable engagement and connection in a team?
Often trapped in "death by PowerPoint" moments and not sure to survive the next?

WHEN /

SEP 07, 2019

10:30-13 PM

WHERE /

MIP - MURATE IDEA PARK

Piazza della Madonna della Neve, 8 - FIRENZE

ABOUT THE EVENT /

Brick by brick, 20 years since the first idea, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® turned into a global movement.

Meet Robert Rasmussen, the Master Trainer who has been there since day one, to learn about the purpose, the process and the history of LSP method.
Experience with Robert how few bricks can spark powerful insights to address a personal challenge.

SCHEDULE /

10:30 AM

REGISTRATION DESK OPENING

11:00 AM

ROBERT RASMUSSEN on LSP FUNDATIONS and HISTORY

11:30 AM

LSP EXPERIENCE with ROBERT - The CHALLENGE

12:00 PM

Examples of applications in Education and Corporate

Curious yet?

Robert Rasmussen is a master trainer in the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method and delivers both facilitator training programs as well as end-user workshops through his company Rasmussen Consulting in Europe, United States, Latin America and Asia. Together with Per Kristiansen, he is the author of the book “Building a Better Business with the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method”.
 

Robert Rasmussen is the main architect of the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method. During 1999 - 2001 and with more than 20 iterations he and his team developed the concept into the reproducible and robust methodology it is today. He worked for the LEGO Group from 1988 to 2001 as head of R&D for LEGO Education and was among other head of the educational development team for LEGO MINDSTORMS – the LEGO Company’s most selling product ever. From 2001 to 2004 Robert also managed Executive Discovery Ltd., which was responsible for launching the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY program.
 

Robert is a native of Denmark and a master’s degree in education. He built his career applying experiences and theories about play, learning, creativity and teaching to organizational development. Over a 15-year period he worked extensively with designers and researchers at Tufts University and the MIT Media Lab in Boston, Massachusetts to develop and apply hands-on learning tools. 

Robert lives with his wife Jette in Kolding, Denmark. Robert Rasmussen has continuously worked with the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method since its very beginning in 1999.