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“The underlying values of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® include the belief in the potential of people, and also the belief that everyone within an organization can contribute to the discussion, solutions, and outcomes.”

The purpose of this evaluation form, addressed to workshop participants, is to measure the success of the workshops by tracking three key areas: the quality of the workshop sessions, the quality of the facilitators themselves, and, most importantly, the effectiveness of the LSP methodology through the outcomes achieved as a result of these sessions.

Success Criteria

By the end of a Lego Serious Play session, participants should come away with skills to communicate more effectively, to engage their imaginations more readily, and to approach their work with increased confidence, commitment and insight. Therefore success criteria for the effectiveness of LSP were identified. The following table maps the LSP success criteria to specific questions on the evaluation form.


LSP Success CriteriaMeasure

Individual  team members’ confidence in their ability to improvise and be creative

C1, C5, C6, C11, D

Level of overall participation and contribution that each team member outwardly demonstrates.

C1, C3, C8, D

Ability to communicate clearly and honestly to each other

C1, C2, C9, D

Ability to identify organizational needs, clearer objectives, visions, and goals

C4, C5, C6, D

Individual team members’ feeling of responsibility and accountability for the team achievements

C1, C7, C8, D

LSP Team

LSP Success CriteriaMeasure

Level of communication and collaboration between team members

C1, C2, C3, D

Gain full engagement from all participants

C10, C11, D

Ability to identify trends and emerging opportunities

C4, C5, C6, D

Unleash team member creativity to encourage more team based creative problem solving.

C1, C2, C3, D

Strategic thinking

C5, C6, D

Ability to connect insights to ideas

C1, C2, C3, C5, D

Ability to produce concrete ideas and results

C10, C11, C12, D

Evaluation form

A. Overall Evaluation


Strongly Disagree




Strongly Agree

The workshop was well organized


The workshop as presented was congruent with the workshop description


The workshop achieved it’s objectives


The knowledge and information gained from participation in this event will be useful / applicable in my work


B. The Facilitator


Strongly Disagree




Strongly Agree

Was knowledgeable about the subject matter.


Was well prepared and organized  


Explained the LSP methodology / process clearly.


Stimulated interest in the subject matter


C . The LEGO Serious Play Method


Strongly Disagree




Strongly Agree

My insight, knowledge and ideas were brought fully to the table.


I received insights and acknowledgements from team members on own strengths


I fully comprehended  other participant’s insight, knowledge and ideas (including team roles, relationships and culture)


I experienced new knowledge


I developed clearer perceptions and greater awareness of organizational needs and the variety of possibilities


Create an individual and common understanding of goals


I felt a stronger commitment to take action in accordance with what was shared


I created a social bond and increased the shared sense of responsibility.


All participants expressed themselves openly, honestly, and directly.


My participation contributed to the outcomes achieved with my insights knowledge and ideas.


All participants contributed to the outcomes achieved with their insights knowledge and ideas


Overall, I’m satisfied by the outcomes of this workshop


D. Discussion / Suggestions

1. Did the workshop meet your expectations?

 Yes        ___                                                       No ___

If “No”, please explain.

2. What did you like best about this workshop?

3. What did you like least about this workshop?

4. What would improve this workshop?