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The Psychology of Productivity: How to Work Better, Longer, Faster

Productivity is the defining word of the modern workplace.

July 20, 2017       |       By Esther Cohen       |        Creative Management

How to Hire, Manage and Retain a Remote Team of Creative Workers

There is a change afoot in the way the world works.

July 12, 2017       |       By Esther Cohen       |        Creative Team

Boost Creativity with a 3 Day Weekend

When do you feel most productive during the week? Friday afternoon? Probably not. As the work week progresses, creativity takes a hit. Longer days also have a crippling effect on productivity and creativity. Recent studies show that most employees are only productive for about five hours a day. The rest of the time is spent daydreaming, checking emails, browsing social sites and catching a nap. Whether you work individually or as part of a creative agency, downtime is necessary to maximize creativity.

May 25, 2017       |       By Tiffany McAdams       |       

5 Easy Steps to Streamline Your Workflow

Are your employees in a constant state of feast or famine? Your company may be expecting too much or too little from your staff at any given time. This is important because employees become complacent without challenging projects, and unrealistic, stressful deadlines lead to inferior work. Moreover, work-life balance becomes a problem, and then millennials leave. These are all scenarios for high turnover rates that impact your bottom line.

May 18, 2017       |       By Kerri Barna       |        Account Management, Creative Management

Why Proper Resource Planning is Crucial for Content Marketing Agency Success

As a content marketing agency, your success ultimately depends on your resources.

You attract, serve, and retain clients by creating compelling content that differentiates you among competing agencies and distinguishes your clients within their markets.

May 16, 2017       |       By David Arnold       |        Resource Management, resource forecasting

How to Truly Define and Measure Client Profitability in Creative Agencies

Your highest paying clients aren’t always your most profitable. While this statement may sound illogical at first, much more goes into determining and measuring client profitability across creative agencies than revenue generated from your biggest retainer accounts.

May 10, 2017       |       By Penny Kooy       |        Finance and Budgeting, Creative Team

Mastering Project Management Workflows for Creative Agencies

When people imagine what goes into creative work, probably the first thing that comes to mind is a messy desk captained by an unwashed individual pulling her hair out in clumps. And out of this high-stress chaos comes marketing magic the likes of which hasn’t been seen since Mad Men went off the air.

May 4, 2017       |       By Penny Kooy       |        Project Management, Creative Management

The Marketer's Guide to Project Management Methodologies

By now, you’ve heard of project management (PM). Perhaps you’ve even incorporated some techniques and project management methodologies into your current marketing strategy. However, unless you’ve spent years as a project manager—or have had a career in an industry such as IT, architecture, or engineering—it’s unlikely that you are familiar with the many methodologies associated with PM.

May 2, 2017       |       By Mike Wang       |        Project Management, Agency Management

Why Your Project Budget Process Needs a Makeover

Nothing puts a damper on an agency’s growth like realizing the team is consistently missing the mark when it comes to the project budget. Fortunately (or not—depending on your temperament), you’re not alone. Only a third of all budgets are completed on time and on budget.

April 27, 2017       |       By Ron Ause       |        Project Management, Finance and Budgeting

Quiz: What Retail Store Matches Your Project Management Style?

Brand is in the eye of the beholder.

How we perceive a company shapes how we interact with it.

This may be most true for retail stores. We choose to spend our time and money in stores based on what they sell, how they sell it, and how they make us feel. Project management is similar in that a team responds to its leader’s “brand.” Your leadership style shapes how your team sees you and its work.

April 25, 2017       |       By Julie Huntley       |        Project Management, project manager
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