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Story Process: Drinking Game Boosts Your Team's Creativity in 13 Minutes

Story Process: Drinking Game Boosts Your Team's Creativity in 13 Minutes | Nonprofit Storytelling |
Here's how one creative agency has used a drinking game, derived from Pictionary and Telephone, to get more excited and creative about upcoming presentations.

Via Karen Dietz
Karen Dietz's curator insight, April 8, 2015 1:34 PM

Innovative storytelling is on the rise! Here's the second post today on creative developments in business storytelling.

This drinking game to generate stories made me smile and wish I was in the room with this group!

The post by Ilan Mochari @IlanMochari gives the directions for how to use this game to generate stories and visual storyboards in a fast and fun way. And it teaches everyone a lot about communication, too.

Why would you want to use this game? In this instance it was used to generate new ideas for marketing and branding campaigns. As the author says, it's easy to rinse and repeat previous campaigns, and harder to come up with new ones.

I think it's ingenious and definitely want to try it out. If you experiment with it, let us know what happens. And what other ways could you use this game in business?

Have fun and story on :)

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at 

Rona Lewis's curator insight, April 9, 2015 12:45 PM

I think it would be even MORE fun with a glass of wine!  We at RonaCorp have a similar exercise with crayons!  Pass it on!!

Rescooped by Barbara Ganley from Documentary Evolution!

Ambitious Storytelling - Wendy Levy

"We know that well-told stories can bring people together, strengthen cultural identity, and deepen our impact—but how do we align business and social change goals with creative innovation and the demands of the connected audience? Ambitious and risk-taking storytellers around the world are figuring this out in surprising ways. In this fast-paced presentation, you'll hear examples of groundbreaking projects, tested strategies, and new tools that can make your organization an incubator for unique and powerful storytelling."


 The Skoll World Forum for Social Entrepreneurship

Via mirmilla
Barbara Ganley's insight:

Great examples!

mirmilla's curator insight, May 6, 2014 5:20 AM

A presentation worth seeing. With this here so called ambitious storytelling and new technologies you can influence and sometimes really change lives.