Registration is open for the New York “Managing Change” roundtable, hosted by New York Society of Security Analysts, on Wednesday October 8th, 2014.
The number of small teams (teams of 10 people or less) has decreased by 10 percentage points (from 69% to 58%).
Registration is open for the Phoenix “Managing Change” roundtable, hosted by APS.
Last month’s poll highlighted handling “meeting overload.” A second drain on a productive day for me can be reading and responding to emails. I could easily spend each day glued to my computer fielding the flaming darts hitting my inbox. If you extract time spent attending meetings and responding to email, there is often not much time left to direct the work and manage the staff, let alone think. How does your team communicate?
InSource board members Andy Brenits and Ed Roberts have been selected to be the directors for the 2015 In-House Managers program at the annual HOW Design Conference.
InSource board members Andy Brenits, Robin Colangelo, and Ed Roberts have been selected to be the judges for the HOW Magazine In-house design awards.
Running an in-house creative team means directing the creative, managing the staff, balancing the budget, providing client service, and attending meetings. Endless meetings. I’m not sure when it happened, but lately my days are spent running frantically from one meeting to another. Take this month’s poll and leave a comment about how you handle meeting overload at your firm.
Massimo Vignelli, Dies at 83. Thanks for leading us, teaching us and inspiring us! Your experiences and willingness to share will always be appreciated and never be forgotten. What a highlight in our lives to have met you!
InSource, Cella, and the BOSS Group have teamed up again to benchmark the in-house creative community for a 4th consecutive year. The results of this survey provide valuable insights, as well as a source of validation and direction to in-house creative leaders.
More and more design publications and organizations are tailoring their messaging and programming to in-house teams. While once a niche audience, now HOW, GD USA and AIGA all sponsor annual design competitions, exclusively for the in-house crowd. Do industry awards add value or does this type of recognition fall flat in your organization?