Shirute CX Play
for Customer Experience Professionals

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Did you find what you are looking for from our selection of Shirute CX Play® Workshops and Themes? Are you ready to think creatively and learn how to play seriously using the LEGO® Serious Play® materials and methodology?

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We are now also ONLINE!

Want to PLAY from the safety of your home office?
We offer our LEGO Serious Play workshops also online and as hybrid versions.

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We Are Highly Experienced
LEGO® Serious Play® 

We have been collaborating with Inthrface in creating CX Play®, our application of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® for developing people experiences. Inthrface's facilitator training in the LSP methodology has been endorsed by one of the founders of the methodology.

"The comprehensive course material and innovative pedagogy used in Inthrface's facilitator training align with, and positively extend the original LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® concept."

Professor Johan S. Roos

Co-inventor of the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology

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Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions:

What is LEGO® Serious Play®?

Why LEGO® Serious Play®?

What can LEGO® Serious Play® be used for?

What do we need to play seriously?

What is the background of this methodology?

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