LSD is meant for…
|Lean belts, scrum masters and agile coaches that not only want to be good at the How but also want to know everything about the What and Why. That want to use the power of storytelling and the principles of design thinking to improve teams and organizations.
|Startups and starting entrepreneurs that want to mine the ‘gap in the market’ simultaneously from the What, Why and How. That not only want to act as lean startups, but also want to work from a clear vision and purpose, and want to create solutions for the real, underlying problem. Not with an infinite (investment) budget, but precisely from the limitations.
|Development teams that want to make better solutions for the customer, in a more fun and effective way and from a clear(er) unifying goal. And above all teams that want to really give substance to the term ‘high performing team’.
|Product developers and design thinkers who want to become better at their job. Who are curious about the power of the interdisciplinary team and real cooperation with the client. And above all, they want to know how the What of design thinking is embedded in the How and Why.
|Board members, managers and teamleads who want to better understand team dynamics, become aware of alternative recipes for success and are curious about the power and promises of autonomy and self-organization.
|Team coaches and facilitators looking for new, inspiring words and images to help team members on their way to high performing teams. Or those who are simply looking for an inspiring interpretation for the heath day or team day.
|Scale-ups and growth hackers that are ready for the next growth step, but first want to get back to the core and then make the leap forward. Above all, that want to make sure that all people in the organization are behind the one unifying goal.
|Corporate) organizations and governments that want to change course, improve their products and services and/or speed up the creative process (and thus the learning process). In short: people at the top who want to build a more resilient, decisive organization.
|Organization consultants and change managers looking for hands-on tooling to explain the often complex processes involved in change processes. Who, in other words, are looking for new, simple language.
… …and for anyone with a childlike curiosity for new insights to improve their own functioning and make work more enjoyable.