Future Scenarios


Canvas Approach



The LEGO SERIOUS PLAY (LSP) method is a facilitated communication and problem solving technique used by organisations and teams to address complex issues.

LEGO bricks work as a catalyst to simplify complex concepts through the use of metaphors. In addition the method assures 100% participation because each person has the same time and opportunity to talk about his/her own ideas, each represented by a physical 3D model.

Workshop are tailored on different Client's needs and typical applications include :

- Define Identity, Vision & Strategy

- Engage and align teams

- Focus on underlying problems and identify solutions

- Simulate dynamics in complex business environments

- Brainstorm on new product development

- Study new business models

Future Scenarios

No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be…This, in turn, means that our statesmen, our businessmen, our everyman must take on a science fictional way of thinking
Isaac Asimov, Asimov on Science Fiction 1981

This methodology is based on the works by Kees van der Heijden, Adam Kahane and on the approach used by Royal Dutch Shell for several decades.
The objective of the exercise is to build resilience, i.e. the ability to actively model the system and manage possible scenarios by providing guidelines for readjusting the strategy in the face of the unexpected.
Participants explore together what can happen. They do not make predictions of what will or should happen, they focus on what is possible and plausible and the potential implications.


Présentation Scenarios Futures (PDF - Français)


Presentazione Scenari Futuri  (PDF - Italiano)


Canvas Approach

Canvas are structured methodologies to address a wide variety of business problems.

They are inspired by Design Thinking principles and they are powerful tools to help individuals or groups to analyse critical decision factors.

Main applications:

- Value Proposition Canvas

- Business Model Canvas

- Lean Canvas

- 5 Bold Steps Vision® Canvas 


Microstructures introduce tiny shifts in how we meet, plan, decide and relate to each other. [...] Microstructures enable and constrain what is possible. [...] You have no choice. Every time you have a conversation or a meeting you are using microstructures.

Routine interactions among people are naturally organised by microstructures.

They guide and control how groups work together. They shape conversations and meetings.

Some of the best known are Liberating Structures by Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz but many others exist and can be combined to improve general management practices.