Do you use your hands to think?
Creativity, ideation and design thinking are all important components of innovation and problem solving. However, it’s often difficult to get the creative juices flowing without some external stimulus.
LEGO Serious Play (LSP) is a high-energy creativity, communication and problem-solving technique. It enables faster and better decisions with more commitment from participants. It’s particularly effective at releasing untapped potential (people always ‘know more than they know they know’) and latent ideas.
Webinar: Using Technologies to train Technologists **NEW DATE** on 09 October 2018, 15:00 - 16:30hrs
Lisa Minogue White is a long-standing contributor to the KIN network, having worked at Orange (former KIN members) and Willow DNA Learning (Contributors at a number of KIN events).
We are delighted that she is now joining us to run this Masterclass in her new capacity as an 'Enterprise Account Director' at Pluralsight, which has recently floated as an IPO. Her role here is to help companies close their technology skills gap using their e-learning platform and resource centre for continued technology skill assessment and development.
The most recent Enabling Technologies Survey (conducted April – May 2018) identified two topics that could potentially be combined into one Roundtable event, namely the generic ‘Collaboration Tools & Technologies’ and the more specific ‘Sharepoint/Office 365’. Whilst recognising that KIN Member organisations are using a wide variety of technologies and platforms for user engagement, collaboration and knowledge sharing, (e.g. Jive, G-Suite, Facebook for business, Wikis, Microsoft etc.) it is proposed we focus primarily on Sharepoint and O365 for this Roundtable.