Gamestorming methods

Start, Stop, Continue

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The object of Start, Stop, Continue is to examine aspects of a situation or develop next steps. Additionally, it can be a great framework for feedback

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Goal

  • To examine situations, processes or tasks and develop next steps
  • To give feedback

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Materials

    Instructions

    Flow

    Ask the group to consider the current situation or goal and individually brainstorm actions in these three categories:

    • Start: What are things that we need to START doing?
    • Stop: What are we currently doing that we can or should STOP?
    • Continue: What are we doing now that works and should CONTINUE?

    Have individuals share their results.

    Note: This exercise is broad enough to work well as an opening or closing exercise. It’s useful in framing discussion at “problem-solving” meetings, or as a way to brainstorm aspirational steps toward a vision.

    Background

    The source for the Start, Stop, Continue game is unknown.

    Source: Gamestorming

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