PDC2008 : WomenBuild… inspiring career paths in technology

Asli Bilgin sent a note about a wonderful initiative which will be a pre-conference activity at the PDC this year.

clip_image002WomenBuild... inspiring career paths in technology

In this workshop, attendees will participate in an environment of rich, interactive experiences by modeling real-life business challenges and solutions with LEGO® Bricks as part of the LEGO® Serious Play Program (LSP). WomenBuild will open your minds to exciting and inspirational ideas on how to be a thought leader in the technical field. We will work together in small groups to brainstorm and problem solve in a collaborative and productive way. You will work with people in various responsibility areas in teams. This way each role can impart their own unique perspective to the group, while collectively creating shared understandings that direct future activity effectively.

The WomenBuild program incorporates a hands-on process that draws on the power of creative thinking to shift group conversation from talking heads to focused minds. Each team will be run as a facilitated conversation with physical Lego brick constructions that will powerfully shift a group to more productive outcomes by accomplishing a deeper mining of the diverse wisdom within the group and a clearer shared conclusion on inspirational career paths for women in the technical field.

Through this workshop, attendees will share real life experiences, discuss challenges, network & build on-going relationships with other women who are attending the conference. Ultimately, attendees of this workshop will find ways to unleash their creative thinking and transform ideas into concrete concepts.

How cool!

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Comments (4)
  1. Anonymous says:

    Back in May, I wrote a post about one of the PDC pre conferences – PDC2008 : WomenBuild… inspiring

  2. Anonymous says:

    The PDC kicks off on Monday, but it starts for me on Saturday morning as I am involved in one of the

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