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Highlights from the Seattle Managing Change Roundtable

[ 0 ] March 17, 2014 |

 

Highlights from the Seattle Roundtable on February 13, 2014

In-house creative leaders face a wide range of challenges and obstacles. Identifying common goals and sharing effective strategies for achieving growth as in-house creative teams were key components of the kickoff event for the 2014 InSource Regional Roundtable series held on February 13, 2014, at Adobe Fremont in Seattle, Washington. Facilitated by Jeni Herberger of The Fulcrum Agency who serves on the InSource Advisory Committee, a group of 25 creative leaders came together to discuss the topic of “Managing the Constant of Change: Preparing for the Growth of Your In-House Teams.”

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InSource appreciates the gracious hospitality of Adobe, which provided meeting space for this InSource Roundtable.

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About Andrew Brenits: Andy Brenits is the President of InSource and creative services leader at APS. Passionate about the design process and how design can be used to increase, even drive, profitability when used effectively and consistently, he’s been providing thought leadership, creative solutions, and big ideas for 20 years. An inspired design leader, Andy is accomplished at driving strategy and process for creative teams and has a strong record in building, managing, and leading creative teams that deliver exceptional business results and creative ideas. http://www.linkedin.com/in/abrenits View author profile.

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