One of the tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency.
Embracing changes that are needed in the workplace is often difficult for in-house creative teams.
In-house creative services are growing. Around the country, more companies are starting or growing their own in-house creative teams.
With 17 years experience as an in-house design expert, I have noticed how many of these teams face similar challenges from the very organisations they sit within. It can be a frustrating partnership where neither party communicates particularly well with each other. Designers don’t understand business. Internal clients don’t understand design. This leads to the design team requests often falling into the “make it look pretty” category.
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It’s so difficult to find great people you can connect with and who care. The kind of people you can just look at and they instantly know what you need. When you find that rare and special business relationship you’d be silly to let it go.
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When asked “Does your team provide DEDICATED account management services to your clients?” 49% of in-house creative departments responded that they do not.
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