Running a creative services department takes a lot of energy focusing on short-term goals – namely, getting the work out the door. But it also takes long-term planning, for both individual staff members and the department as a whole. As many of you wrap up goal setting exercises with HR, take this month’s poll and let us know what your team is focusing on this year.
Addressing the “Number One Challenge” for using Creative Briefs is as easy as 1-2-3.
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Leaders are often challenged to connect with and motivate team members outside of their own generation.
Business metrics is an area that is easy to talk about but not so easy to implement.
President Andy Brenits announces the newest benefit of InSource membership, the online member directory.
The planners of this years HOW conference plan to bring together in-house managers who need freelancers, and the freelancers themselves.
Massimo Vignelli shares a lifetime of work and his perspectives on the relationships between design firms, agencies and in-house creative teams.
It is up to creative leaders to engage writers with the right talent and skills to achieve these objectives quickly and deliver superior quality.
With year-end reviews well behind us, how did you reward your staff in 2012? Do you feel an in-house environment still provides creative professionals with a competitive salary or does it depend on the industry? Let us know how your firm/industry is holding up.