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Multi-stakeholder 'dry run' using LEGO Serious Play

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This presentation was shown during the LEGO Serious Play Facilitator meeting in 2014 by Wiro Kuipers. It illustrates a 'dry run' of a complex multi-stakeholder issue in health and education, using the methodology of LEGO Serious Play.

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Multi-stakeholder 'dry run' using LEGO Serious Play

  1. 1. Daniel (7) Very seriously multiple limited IQ 45, can’t speak, can’t walk, epileptic Underweight, eats poorly, feeded extra via tube Father (55) Recently unemployed, alcoholic Daughter (22) previous relation, no contact Mother (32) Working (16 hours) unsure: stress Is taking less care of Daniel lately Monique (10) Special education, no friends Caring for Daniel Watches a lot of TV Roxanne (3.5) Playgroup Speaking delay, needs extra education (in an other village) House/car House outdated, not maintained, unmodified Attached to a small farm: pigs, 2 dogs, 5 cats Modified wheelchair van - for all purposes
  2. 2. What does Daniel need to go to school successfully? What - in the system - is needed to organize that? Assignment for the ten participating partners: oversee and - where possible - optimize ‘the system’. So: see what’s already there, decide what needs to be added and find out who is responsible for what and who is coordinating the whole thing.
  3. 3. “Hmmm, there seem to be several lines of responsibility…”
  4. 4. For left-brainers… :-)
  5. 5. What do you think… What was the most important take-away from this session?
  6. 6. It’s not about the brick. It’s not even about the model(s). In this case: it’s all about the connections. Don’t underestimate them!

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