Co-creating employee facilities with LEGO

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Co-creating employee facilities with LEGO

Today companies are designing work enviroments that imitate the way employees live their life - their values and feelings. The design of the physical work environment is used as a tool to attract and retain employees with the right qualifications, and leverage these skills in the right way.

The newest innovation-paradigm calls for an increase in co-creation, as companies increasingly involve employees in the development of work environments and employee facilities. Because LEGO is experiencing an increasing demand for employee facilities to meet the needs of a fragmented and growing international workforce, they asked Rosan Bosch to develop a workshop process intended to map employee needs and wishes.

The result was intended to uncover whether these types of facilities would have a positive impact on employee wellbeing. The workshops involved 140 employees from departments across the LEGO Group.

 

Co-creating employee facilities with LEGO

Today companies are designing work enviroments that imitate the way employees live their life - their values and feelings. The design of the physical work environment is used as a tool to attract and retain employees with the right qualifications, and leverage these skills in the right way.

The newest innovation-paradigm calls for an increase in co-creation, as companies increasingly involve employees in the development of work environments and employee facilities. Because LEGO is experiencing an increasing demand for employee facilities to meet the needs of a fragmented and growing international workforce, they asked Rosan Bosch to develop a workshop process intended to map employee needs and wishes.

The result was intended to uncover whether these types of facilities would have a positive impact on employee wellbeing. The workshops involved 140 employees from departments across the LEGO Group.

 

 

Rosan Bosch Studio uses dialogue and workshops as a natural, integrated part of project development. All design projects are based on a thorough analysis of the organization. We use design as a tool for change and our underlying assumption is, that the employees need to have a sense of ownership in order to make sure that the development continues after the design has been implemented. 

Rosan Bosch Studio developed a unique concept design for LEGO PMD in Billund in (2011).

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