LegoViews is an innovative journalistic interviewing technique developed by Patrizia Bertini, Certified LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY™ facilitator. Starting from the theoretical framework of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY™, the LegoView technique allows new ideas and new concepts to emerge, providing original and new insights about the topics at hand. The Lego-interviewing technique has been tested in highly sensitive contexts, including Palestine, Israel and the Occupy LSX movement, and it has also been used to provide new insights on specific concepts, like art, creativity, colour and architecture by involving artists, architects, professionals and thinkers.
The presentation was given during the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY™ Certified facilitators' Annual Meeting in Billund (Denmark) on April 7th 2013.
The presentations draws from LSP workshops' and Lego-interviews' experiences to present similarities and differences and to highlight the high potential of a creative and constructive approach both to elicit new meanings and perspectives and to create new meanings. A final comparison between LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY™ and LegoViews completes the presentation, summarising more than 3 years' work and research in the field.