Any in-house creative services leader knows that process is important. From how clients initiate new projects, to how the team gets work done. It’s a very important way to manage workflow, effectiveness, productivity, and frankly…order. If we have done our jobs well, things run smoothly for the most part. Clients are happy, designers are engaged and creative, things are good.
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The economic downturn and trend toward outsourcing has put added pressure on creative leaders to justify their existence. Executives will be evaluating the value of their investment in your team.
Organizations that make the investment in training staff about the organization, the related industry, and the skills needed for success, are highly rewarded
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.