Andreas Härtel

Andreas Härtel

is trained and certified in designing and facilitating workshops with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method by Robert Rasmussen and Per Kristiansen to cope with complex and dynamic situations and environments. He has got a business administration degree from Technische Universität Berlin.

With over 30 years experience in financial and management accounting, substitution of legacy systems, development and integration of new business processes and interim-leadership, he does not have all  the answers in advance, but the right what-if-questions to uncover them. He facilitates sessions and workshops in german, english and swedish.

kunskap – managing ideas

Andreas Härtel provides play rulebreaking and other services associated with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology globally either directly or through an extended international network of partners.

Lego® Serious Play® is a methodology for exploring and dealing with complex challenges in real time. It is not a training course or coaching you will attend. It is a science-based process and the results and impacts are directly tied to the quality of the design and facilitation.

The objective of designing and facilitating the process is to provide the insights, clarity, confidence and commitments necessary in a way that gives maximum value to you and has lasting impact.

The way kunskap - managing ideas works is based on a set of fundamental beliefs about leadership, organizations and nonetheless rulebreaking.

  • Innovation is everyone’s job in a company - not only the R&D-department’s
  • Disruption, managing ideas, breaking legacy rules and committing to new rules is part of innovolution
  • small „two-pizza“-project teams and recurring on the diversity of talents are central to taking innovative products, services and processes into the market
  • slip up is part of innovation, two mistakes are better than one
  • idea-networking, observing, questioning and experimenting can be encouraged and achieved in a save and positive setting by seriously playing before decisions are adopted