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A division of LEGO called Serious Play offers training sessions for corporations around the world. ... During the session, the workers are asked to build models that express key concepts, corporate goals or problems that they face in their work.

First, is it the same to say "collective/group/team goals" instead of "corporate goals?"

Second, what does "Serious Play" mean to you? Is it "serious game?" Thanks.
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Hi Angliholic

The word 'corporate' refers to the company in general.

Collective, group and team refer more to the specific group rather than the whole company.

To me, "Serious Play" suggests playing (rather than game) that is serious in nature.
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YankeeHi Angliholic

The word 'corporate' refers to the company in general.

Collective, group and team refer more to the specific group rather than the whole company.

To me, "Serious Play" suggests playing (rather than game) that is serious in nature.
Thanks, Amy.

Got it except the bolded part?

What is the difference between "playing" and "game?" Thanks
Hi Angliholic

Playing is an activity and gameis a thing which is played. Emotion: smile
Thanks, Amy.

Got it.
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