Let's Play!

The name Lego is an abbreviation of the two Danish words "LEg GOdt", meaning "play well." It is a mantra that the Danish company has followed for more than 80 years. The Lego brick in its current form was introduced in 1958 and is beloved by children of all ages. As recently as 2010 a facilitation methodology called LEGO serious play was developed. It is available under an open source community-based model. Its goal is improving creative thinking and communication. People build with Lego bricks 3-dimensional models of their ideas and tell stories about their models. So playing and working at the same time. Awesome!

But when we all had lego as kids - what was most associated with those colorful bricks? We took a closer look. because we just love data. and a trip down lego lane.