Attracting top talent to work in-house can be a challenge — often due to misperceptions that in-house environments are less creative or too rigid. Another obstacle can be job titles. Corporate titles are often at odds with industry-standard creative titles, resulting in “made up” titles and muddy role clarity. What titles do the creative leaders on your team hold?
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Ed Roberts, Jeph Blanchard, and Daryl Drabinsky have joined the InSource Board as Key Contributors.
Good managers and less-good managers equally struggle with transparency. Sharing what you do with your team increases efficiency and employee satisfaction.
When the legendary Massimo Vignelli speaks, in-house creative professionals listen. Massimo shared his insights and showed many examples of the power of design from his extraordinary work over the past 60 years with the crowd of nearly 100 people who came together for “An Evening With Massimo Vignelli” in New York City on April 25, 2013, at FIT.
More than 425 leaders from in-house creative departments responded to our survey conducted in January 2013. These leaders represent Fortune 1000 companies, as well as middle market and other large companies, and span multiple industries including but not limited to retail, government contracting, financial services, pharmaceuticals, higher education, consumer packaged goods and services.
An essential read for staying inspired, informed, and employed; by award-winning creative director Paul Wyatt
Term limits are not the end-all, be-all and sometimes are just put in place because an organization does not have a larger strategy to address the real issues and pitfalls of co-employment risks.
In last month’s poll on workflow efficiency, the majority of responders cited a project management tool as essential to their process. With many digital tools on the market, choosing the right one for the size and needs of your team can be difficult. What workflow/project management tool does your team use?