Bing! comes from improvisational theater and is fantastic for tuning in and setting up participants in a creative workshop for idea generation or idea evaluation. The group loosens up, the mindset becomes more open, and the inner censor is pushed back.

In the context of a story to be told, participants are forced by a sound (bell, cutlery on glass, SoundApp, bell, or similar) to spontaneously change the last word of your story.

At its core, it’s about letting go of old ideas quickly and creating new ideas just as quickly. The more often a “Bing!” the better the funnier. The participants become more and more courageous and uninhibited.

The whole FLIP team would like to thank method submitter Kai Krah for submitting “Bing!” 🙂 If you want to get in touch with Kai Krah about this method please use this link to the FLIP Community.

Flip is a project of the Verrocchio Institute Düsseldorf.

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