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Has your department been affected by the economic downturn? Take this short opinion poll, and comment on your experiences.
We plan to post several case studies on the InSource Web site over the coming months. This an opportunity to showcase how you and your in-house creative team have tackled a challenge. It’s time for YOUR in-house team to be in the spotlight!
2010 is an important year for all of us but especially so for InSource. Why? In 2010, we’re making a promise to our members to get back to basics and that means a return to the very things our members told us they liked most about InSource. Glenn Arnowitz and Andy Epstein began with a vision years ago to bring inhouse creative leaders together around a table to discuss issues close to the heart of everyone. The funny thing we discovered by doing this: the issues were common across the board. These roundtable discussions yielded some great “best practices” that were found to be the real value of InSource. InSource was born out of this idea of sharing.
In this tongue-in-cheek article, Glenn John Arnowitz, InSource co-founder, changes the names to protect the innocent of those who violated their company’s logo standards. The article goes on to offer suggestions on how to help manage the corporate logo and/or identity standards.
Does your department charge internal clients back for time spent on projects? Take this short opinion poll, and comment on your experiences.
The other day someone asked me to write a blog article about the common LinkedIn mistakes. I did some searching on this and found there are many articles already published about this, so instead I thought I’d write about the 20 ways to make LinkedIn work for you.
Go ahead, laugh, but you know how true these “client” comments are to this rather simple design. Larry Legal, Art D. Rector and Dr. Downer all “chime” in on this holiday creative layout.
letter from InSource President Andre Paquin speaks candidly about the challenges that InSource members face these days and the real value in InSource as “the resource for sharing experience, information and tools that empower in-house creative decision-makers to run their business.
In addition to reporting on the annual meeting of the leadership board for Insource, he identifies the major accomplishments of InSource in 2009 and previews a solid plan for 2010 that will enrich the professional lives of InSource members.
As the year draws to an end, many managers of creative departments are facing one of their least favorite supervisory responsibilities: conducting annual reviews. While the employee-evaluation process can be time-consuming, performance reviews are opportunities to motivate staff, assess training needs, reinforce organizational values and clarify your employees’ career goals.