If you’ve ever managed a project, creative or otherwise, you’ve probably experienced the truth in the saying: “Good, fast or cheap. Pick two.” This concept is so universal that it has a few different names – it’s known as the Project Management Triangle, Triple Constraint, or Iron Triangle.Read More›
So picture a scenario that goes something like this: you and your team have identified some new weaknesses/opportunities (depending on if you are the glass half-full or empty kinda person) within your organization. You have a few meetings (that last way too long) and you come up with some ideas.
Generally there are two kinds of ideas that come out of meetings: the same ol’ stuff you’ve been talking about for years or some really great ideas that are never given the time or support to succeed. This cycle continues (a series of meetings) until there is a more pressing problem and everyone’s attention turns elsewhere, forgetting any progress that was just made.Read More›
It’s one small step for man…one giant leap for mankind. Okay, well maybe not that iconic, but this week the Charlotte Business Journal published a list of the Top 25 Advertising and Marketing Agencies and we’re celebrating our list leap. Our small but mighty team came in at #17 (an 8 spot leap from 2013).
You can view the list in its entirety here.
I’ve never been much for New Year’s resolutions. But, the start of each year always compels me to evaluate my habits. Usually this means new organizers, the latest app which will revolutionize my life, introducing new strategies for keeping my pantry stocked or another such time-saving idea. The thing is, I’ve always struggled with staying on top of my to-do list and yet I’ve always been a little obsessed with organization. I think it has a lot to do with being a designer and how our brains work.Read More›