The economy is in rough shape. The need for promoting your company’s goods is at an all-time high. Now is the time for in-house creative departments to prove their value.
As the summer winds down, preparations for the last half of the year usually include designing the firm holiday card. In our increasingly digital landscape, is a printed greeting card still the norm, or is an e-card more acceptable?
Managing multiple locations is a big change from managing the day-to-day operation of a single location. The key is to recognize these unique challenges and complexities…
If you’re looking to evolve your team’s core service offering, consider creating a capabilities brochure (or website or newsletter).
Who your group reports to and where your group is physically located can create misconceptions within the corporation and your client base.
InSource’s Career Path Roundtable created the opportunity to connect with peers and share insights on how to overcome career path challenges, and stimulated lively conversations focused on ways to promote best practices in the workplace.
While some corporations limit the ability for line managers to blur the lines between contingent staffers and full-time team members, there are actions to take that can help you, your in-house and outsourced team adjust and thrive in this new realm.
InSource, Cella Consulting, and The BOSS Group have partnered to present the 2012 In-House Creative Service Industry Report, benchmarking internal creative departments within corporations and other organizations throughout the U.S. and beyond.
Leaders of creative teams came together to share their insights and learn from one another at the InSource Roundtable held on June 5, 2012, on the campus of SAS Institute in Cary, North Carolina.